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Dark End of the Street - EP

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Picking up where 2008's Jukebox left off, the Dark End Of the Street EP assembles six more cover songs, mostly culled from the same sessions — consider it a hearty helping of seconds for those with insatiable appetites from the first time around. Chan Marshall's reworking of the melodies from Dan Penn's "Dark End of the Street" only veers slightly from the original, and dressing up the song with vintage guitars and old tube-burning amplifiers helps keep it sounding warm and ageless. She also leaves the original melody of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" intact, redesigning the tempos and attack of the song; where the original was a fist-pumping upstart's anthem, this one bobs on heavy-lidded head nod tempos with soulful harmonies in the chorus that come off like Dusty Springfield collaborating with Brightblack Morning Light. Taking on Otis Redding and Jerry Butler's "I've Been Loving You Too Long" may seem a bit over ambitious, but the slow grinding Hammond B-3 and vintage Memphis-toned guitars help keep it above admirable. A spare piano and organ are the only accompaniment to an outstanding reconstruction of Sandy Denny's "Who Knows Where the Time Goes."

Customer Reviews

bring it back

yes if you want the space oddity cover!!


Where the heck is the Space Oddity Cover!!!!!!

yes, this is good, as i figured

this is really good stuff (as she always delivers). but Cat, pretty please do a full recording of Space oddity. i have to admit i was a little upset when i found out it wouldnt be on this release, as i just assumed it would be. But, nonetheless this is great stuff. and i am very pleased to add new cat power to my listening.


Born: January 21, 1972 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Penning songs that are offbeat in narrative, but literate and emotionally revealing, and performing them in a soulful, idiosyncratic style that reveals both strength and fragility, Cat Power was one of the most acclaimed singer/songwriters to emerge from the 1990s indie rock scene, a one of a kind artist unafraid to reveal her inner self in her music and follow her muse in a variety of different directions. Cat Power is the stage name of Chan (pronounced "Shawn") Marshall, born Charlyn Marie Marshall...
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