Igor Stravinsky The Complete Columbia Album Collection is an unprecedented reissue of the complete recordings of his works that Igor Stravinsky made for CBS/American Columbia, bringing together for the very first time on CD all of the mono "Stravinsky conducts Stravinsky" recordings issued in the 1940s and 1950s alongside the more familiar stereo remakes from the 1960s, as well as all the authorized performances that Stravinsky's assistant Robert Craft conducted for the label in the composer's presence, after age and infirmity had restricted his own ability to do so.
It took the Dead Weather two years to make and release Dodge and Burn, with the bandmembers recording whenever they had time to play together and issuing several songs as singles through Third Man's subscription service, The Vault. Despite these fragmented origins, this is the Dead Weather's most satisfying and engaging album, with everything that was good about their previous music getting a shot of adrenaline. The charged opening track, "I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)," is the first sign that things are a little different this time, with the spare swagger of '70s metal and boogie rock providing a platform for some of Dean Fertita's most unhinged guitar playing and some of Alison Mosshart's wildest vocals.
‘A Better Day’ features 10 Old, New, Borrowed, & Blue tunes from London born, Top of the Pops, multi-platinum songwriter & member of Strawbs, The Monks. Hudson Ford. Highlights featuring Ian Lloyd of Stories & Edward Rogers collaborations, a new take on Dave Cousins' "Deep In The Darkest Night" + other marvels await you in this album. ‘A Better Day’ is a 58th Grammy Award entry in several categories. Looking ahead to 2016, some of Ford’s songs will be featured in an upcoming network TV movie on a notorious cult killer, and other surprises!