I love this woman too much.
Cat Power to release 'last covers' on new EP. Tracks are left over from 'Jukebox' sessions.
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'.

The full tracklisting of 'Dark End Of The Street' is:
Aretha Franklin/James Carr - 'Dark End Of The Street'
Creedence Clearwater Revival - 'Fortunate Son'
The Pogues - 'Ye Auld Triangle'
Otis Redding - 'I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)'
Sandy Denny/Fairport Convention - 'Who Knows Where The Time Goes'
Aretha Franklin - 'It Ain't Fair'

source: NME

Okay, someone commented this:

Will someone please give this broad a drink again. I feel like the only way I'm ever going to get her to perform "Ice Water" or "Rockets" ever again is to kidnap her and force her to play guitar and sing to me.

It's enough with this "Greatest" era Chan. It was okay for a while, but most of her newer shit is unlistenable.

So here's what I got to say:

Call me uptight but I hate when people say she should go be an alcoholic again because her sound's "changed". That shit was seriously killing her. :(

I read from a back issue of Rolling Stones on her battle with alcoholism and I'm happy for her that she's trying to take control of her life.

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