**PRE-ORDER** K.D. LANG - Makeover - Double Vinyl LP 'Transparent Turquoise' Coloured Vinyl
- This is a pre-order with a release date of 28th May 2021
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- Lifted by Love (Club Xanax Mix, 1993)
- If I Were You (Close to the Groove Edit, 1995)
- Just Keep Me Moving (Movin’ Mix, 1993)
- Sexuality (Tony Maserati Final Radio Remix, 1995)
- Miss Chatelaine (St. Tropez Mix, 1992)
- Theme from the Valley of the Dolls (Junior Vasquez 7” Mix, 1997)
- Just Keep Me Moving (Wild Planet Mix, 1993)
- If I Were You (Main Mix, 1995)
- Sexuality (DJ Krush Full Mix, 1996)
- Summerfling (Ananda’s Sweet Bird of Summer Extended Mix, 2000)
- The Consequences of Falling (Love to Infinity Funk Mix, 2000)
- Lifted by Love (Elevate Your Love Mix, 1993)
- Summerfling (Wamdue’s Makin’ Me High Dub, 2000)
- The Consequences of Falling (Love to Infinity Radio Mix, 2000)
In celebration of Pride Month, Nonesuch Records releases k.d. lang’s makeover, a new collection of classic dance remixes of some of her best-loved songs. The album brings these remixes, made between 1992 and 2000, together for the first time, and includes ‘Sexuality’, ‘Miss Chatelaine’, ‘Theme from the Valley of the Dolls’, ‘Summerfling’, and the #1 dance chart hits ‘Lifted By Love’ and ‘If I Were You’. makeover’s cover art features a previously unseen 1995 portrait of lang by David LaChapelle.
“I had the idea of putting together a dance remix compilation, as I mused about how we built community in those days before the internet, mobile devices, and dating apps. Those dance clubs were a key to a world, which was still called ‘underground’ in the ’90s. I also surprised myself by finding that there was a cryptic, sort of secret zone in my career, that hadn’t been explored, overlooked even by me. Two of these tracks had even hit #1 on the dance charts!” says lang.
Called “one of the greatest singers of all time”, by Elton John and “the greatest female singer in the whole world” by fellow Canadian Michael Bublé, k.d. lang’s distinguished career includes four Grammy and eight Juno Awards. In addition to a fruitful collaboration with Tony Bennett (who calls her “the best singer of her generation”), lang has performed alongside luminaries including Roy Orbison, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, and Loretta Lynn. She sang at the closing ceremonies of the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary and the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. lang has contributed music to the soundtracks of several films, including Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and Happy Feet. She has also appeared in a number of films, including Salmonberries, The Black Dahlia, and Eye of the Beholder. In 1996, lang received Canada’s highest civilian honor, the Order of Canada.
lang released her first album with Nonesuch Records in 2004, the acclaimed and highly personal “Canadian songbook”, Hymns of the 49th Parallel, featuring work by Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Jane Siberry, and others. Her subsequent releases on the label include Watershed (2008), her first career retrospective Recollection (2010), and Sing It Loud (2011). Most recently, Nonesuch released Ingénue: 25th Anniversary Edition in 2017, comprising lang’s multi-platinum, Grammy Award–winning original album, as well as the previously unreleased 1993 MTV Unplugged performances. In the words of Uncut magazine, ‘Ingénue still dazzles, 25 years on. Luminous, languid and seductive to the point of intoxication. This reissue proves its status as a modern classic.’ To coincide with the anniversary, lang performed sold-out concerts in Canada, the US, Australia, UK, and Ireland; a DVD of the show, Ingenue Redux: Live from The Majestic Theatre, was released in 2018. ‘A canny and sumptuous blend of roots music and pre-rock pop, Ingénue sounds as great today as it did upon its release. The songs shimmered with dreamy textures,’ wrote the Los Angeles Times. ‘lang is so good that she is in a class of her own. Wow. Just wow. Most other singers should just give up now,’ proclaimed the Daily Telegraph.