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Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street



Cat Power Dark End Of The Street
Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street
(2x10"/Digital) Matador, 2008-12-09

New covers EP from Chan Marshall, alias Cat Power, with 6 unreleased recordings from the "Jukebox" sessions. The Pogues, James Carr, Fairport Convention, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin get the acoustic melancholy treatment - for those who like sweet and tender honey mixed with emotional turmoil in their ears.

Cat Power Dark End Of The Street
Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street
(2x10"/Digital) Matador, 2008-12-09

Tracklisting :
01. Auld Triangle (The Pogues)
02. Dark End of the Street (James Carr)
03. Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Sandy Denny/Fairport Convention)
04. Fortunate Son (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
05. I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) (Otis Redding)
06. It Ain't Fair (Aretha Franklin)

Links :
myspace.com/catpower
catpowerjukebox.com
matadorrecords.com/cat_power

Press Release :
Dark End of the Street is a brand new covers EP due digitally and on a limited edition double 10" in a gatefold sleeve December 9 from Matador. It collects a half-dozen tunes Chan Marshall and her band did during the Jukebox sessions, including four previously unreleased tracks. She tackles the Pogues, James Carr, Sandy Denny, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Otis Redding, and Aretha Franklin.
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