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Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street - Folk Indie Rock - 2 X 10"
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Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street

Label: Matador
Catalog#: OLE 835-1
Format: 2 x Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Country: UK
Released: 09 Dec 2008
Genre: Folk, World, & Country, Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Folk Rock
Credits: Bass Guitar - Eric Paparazzi
Drums - Jim White
Guitar - Judah Bauer
Lead Vocals - Chan Marshall
Piano - Gregg Foreman
Notes: Recorded By Stuart Sikes at Hit Factory-Miami, Rare Book Room-Brooklyn, Sikes Studios-Dallas
Rating: 4.3/5


Tracklisting:

A1 Dark End Of The Street
A2 Fortunate Son

B1 Ye Auld Triangle
B2 I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)"

C1 Who Knows Where The Time Goes

D1 It Ain't Fair


"Dark End Of The Street" (2008, Matador Records) is a double-10" vinyl from Cat Power.

The album kicks off w/the title track, an old soul tune which Cat Power (aka Chan Marshall) has given her trademark moody rendition. In addition, "Dark End..." gives makeovers to "Fortunate Son" (slower, moodier than CCR's original version) and "Ye Auld Triangle" (more toned down than the Pogues original).

One of the album's highlights is a cover of "It Ain't Fair" (Aretha Franklin); Marshall's take is (once again) moodier than the previous version, but it remains one of the albums best cuts, a spellbinding album-ender.

Cat Power - Dark End Of The Street





Cat Power / Fortunate Son

my favorite from the EP

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 01 February, 2009.

 
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