Common Ground is a studio album by American jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton. The album was recorded by his new quartet consisting of himself on vibraphone, Scott Colley on bass, Antonio Sanchez on drums, and Julian Lage on guitar. Common Ground was released on 4 July 2011 via Mac Avenue label.
I had the opportunity to make the kind of objects I wanted to see in my life," says Saville, who went on to design the England football strip, art direct adverts for Dior and was creative director of the city of Manchester. Joy Division (Factory, 1980)Peter Saville: This cover for the band’s second album was like a work of antiquity, but inside is a vinyl album, so it’s a postmodern juxtaposition of a contemporary work housed in the antique. At first, I didn’t believe the photo was an actual tomb but it’s really in a cemetery in Genoa.
Peter Saville (born 1955). I had the opportunity to make the kind of objects I wanted to see in my life, Saville said about the creative freedom he enjoyed. For his iconic sleeve for Joy Division’s 1979 record Unknown Pleasures, he based the design on the first pulsar, from 1919. Saville lost interest in album design and went on to numerous triumphs in other fields, including designing the 2010 England football strip, making adverts for Dior and becoming creative director of the city of Manchester. Stanley Mouse Miller (born 1940). California-born artist Stanley Mouse Miller cut his teeth as a hot-rod painting sensation modifying dragster cars.
Night Thoughts is the seventh studio album by English alternative rock band Suede. Produced by long-time collaborator Ed Buller, the album was released through Warner Music UK on 22 January 2016 to widespread critical acclaim. It was accompanied by a feature film, directed by Roger Sargent.
Check out Gary Saville on Beatport. Polytechnic Recordings.