Cat Power, the smoke and honey-voiced songs of the ever-enigmatic Chan Marshall, is planning to release a new EP of covers that will include renditions of classics by Otis Redding, The Pogues, Aretha Franklin, and CCR.
If you’ve yet to indulge in a soothing, scarred dose of Cat Power’s interpretations of others’ music, The Covers Record is a fabulous place to start.
Cat Power has announced the release of a new EP at the end of this year.
The record, ‘Dark End Of The Street’, features the last remaining unreleased covers from the sessions for her latest album, ‘Jukebox’.
Released on December 8, the songs including Otis Redding‘s ‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’ and The Pogues‘Ye Auld Triangle’ as well as Aretha Franklin‘s ‘It Ain’t Fair’ and Creedence Clearwater Revival‘s ‘Fortunate Son’.