Cat Power
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This article  is a CD =Chan Marshall devised the Cat Power moniker in order to put a degree of separation between herself and the often-twisted individuals who inhabit her songs. Here, she takes another step back while also taking a step forward. As the a

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2000 Eu reissue on CD- small scratches on case

Chan Marshall devised the Cat Power moniker in order to put a degree of separation between herself and the often-twisted individuals who inhabit her songs. Here, she takes another step back while also taking a step forward. As the album title indicates, these are covers of other people's songs. Yet she sings them with no less intensity than if they were her own. Mick Jagger may have snarled the definitive "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," but Marshall takes a different tack. She removes the chorus and returns it as elegant slow blues. The Velvet Underground's "I Found a Reason" becomes a near-wordless cry. She relies only on her sufficient guitar picking and likeably amateurish piano tinkling, creating an isolated web not unlike that of Neil Young at his most deserted. Most appropriately, she covers "Red Apples" by Smog, whom she resembles in approach. Obscure (traditional and early) Bob Dylan, Nina Simone, and Michael Hurley tunes complement the bruised but not buried surroundings. --Rob O'Connor

Tracks:
01. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
02. Kingsport Town
03. Troubled Waters
04. Naked If I Want To
05. Sweedeedee
06. In This Hole
07. I Found a Reason
08. Wild is the Wind
09. Red Apples
10. Paths of Victory
11. Salty Dog
12. Sea of Love

 

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): CD
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): Standard CD
Bonus(cd,single,download): bonus tracks
Label: Sony
This release: 2007
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