Coming Up: The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland: Expanded Edition


One of the Supremes' strongest LPs in expanded form. Out June 15. Order from Amazon now.

Details:

This 2CD Expanded Edition of The Supremes’ chart-topping, ‘The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland,’ includes a whopping 52 tracks that magnify the scope of a seminal album that made history. It includes 28 tracks heard for the first time via updated mixes & alternate versions, as well as a score of electrifying live performances captured at the Copacabana nightclub in New York City in May 1967, the last recorded performance of the original trio: Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard.

Disc: 1

  1. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Mono)
  2. You're Gone (But Always In My Heart) (Mono)
  3. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Mono)
  4. Mother You, Smother You (Mono)
  5. I Guess I'll Always Love You (Mono)
  6. I'll Turn To Stone (Mono)
  7. It's The Same Old Song (Mono)
  8. Going Down For The Third Time (Mono)
  9. Love Is In Our Hearts (Mono)
  10. Remove This Doubt (Mono)
  11. There's No Stopping Us Now (Mono)
  12. (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave (Mono)
  13. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Stereo)
  14. You're Gone (But Always In My Heart) (Stereo)
  15. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Stereo)
  16. Mother You, Smother You (Stereo)
  17. I Guess I'll Always Love You (Stereo)
  18. I'll Turn To Stone (Stereo)
  19. It's The Same Old Song (Stereo)
  20. Going Down For The Third Time (Stereo)
  21. Love Is In Our Hearts (Stereo)
  22. Remove This Doubt (Stereo)
  23. There's No Stopping Us Now (Stereo)
  24. (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave (Stereo)
  25. The Happening (Extended hit mix) (Bonus Track)
  26. All I Know About You (Extended mix) (Bonus Track)
  27. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Version 3) (Bonus Track)
  28. We Couldn't Get Along Without You (Extended mix) (Bonus Track)
  29. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Extended "cool" alternate) (Bonus Track)

 

Disc: 2

  1. You Can't Hurry Love (Extended alternate)
  2. The Happening (Film versions)
  3. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Version 1)
  4. You're Gone (But Always In My Heart) (Gladys Knight and The Pips Duet mix)
  5. I Guess I'll Always Love You (Extended mix)
  6. Going Down For The Third Time (Extended mix)
  7. Remove This Doubt (Extended mix)
  8. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - Where Did Our Love Go (Motown Mashup)
  9. Put On A Happy Face (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  10. Medley: Stop! In The Name Of Love/Come See About Me/My World Is Empty Without You/Baby Love (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  11. My Favorite Things (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  12. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  13. The Lady Is A Tramp/Let's Get Away From It All (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  14. I Hear A Symphony (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  15. From This Moment On (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  16. Queen Of The House (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  17. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  18. Somewhere (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  19. You Can't Hurry Love (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  20. Medley: Thoroughly Modern Millie/Second Hand Rose/Mame (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  21. Group Introductions (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  22. You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You (Live At The Copa May 1967)
  23. The Happening (Live At The Copa May 1967)


Jack Kirby's mind-blowing "2001" art gets New York pop-up show


Not only did Jack Kirby create an incredible, tabloid-format adaptation of Stanley Kubrick's "2001" back in 1976, he wrote and illustrated 10 issues of a continuing 2001 series, creating his own stories loosely inspired by the film.

Unfortunately, presumably due to rights issues, none of this work is in print - not even now during the 50th anniversary year of the film. But at least the Jack Kirby Museum is highlighting the occasion with a special pop-up exhibition of Kirby's 2001 art in New York opening tomorrow.

Details:

Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kubrick’s cinematic masterpiece, the Jack Kirby Museum will present an oversized reproduction Kirby’s adaptation of the movie, compilations of the photocopies of Kirby’s pencil art for his subsequent stories, which have never been reprinted, as well as dramatic, multimedia performances of three of these stories.

Jack Kirby’s 2001: A Space Odyssey comics were pure Kosmic Kirby at the top of his craft, expanding on the 2001 story in ways not even masters like Kubrick or Clarke could have imagined,” Kirby Museum Acting Director, Rand Hoppe, offered in a statement. “We can’t wait for fans to have their minds blown by the stories AND the visuals.”

“The comics on display for A Jack Kirby Odyssey were painstakingly reproduced from the photocopies of Kirby’s pencil art,” adds Kirby Museum President, Tom Kraft. “The oversized comics at our Kirby 100 birthday celebration at One Art Space were big hits. We expect people will love seeing Kirby’s cosmic pencil art at large size, too.”

Here are the hours of operation:

Friday, May 11th: Noon – 7pm Saturday, May 12th: Noon – 8pm Sunday, May 13th: Noon – 6pm

Here’s the schedule of events…

Friday:
5pm – Opening Celebration

Saturday:
1pm – The Jack’d Kirby podcast live!
5pm – Kubrick and Kirby: Mind-Breakers. Hoppe and Romberger in Conversation
7pm – Fake Church with Geoff Grimwood. Improv Comedy!

Sunday:
2pm – Norton’s Odyssey – audio-visual dramatic reading of issues # 5 & 6
4pm – The New Seed! – audio-visual dramatic reading of issue #7
5pm – Closing Celebration

The Kirby Museum’s A Jack Kirby Odyssey will only run from May 11 – 13. One Art Space is located at 23 Warren Street in Manhattan, NY.





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