Cat Power Shuffles Jukebox

Cat Power (Chan Marshall) has mixed up the track listing for her forthcoming covers album Jukebox due January 22 from Matador. The original set of songs, as we reported below back on October 17, has been redone, including the removal of "Fortunate Son" (Creedence Clearwater Revival) and "Dark End Of The Street" (Chips Moman and Dan Penn) and the addition of "Lord, Help the Poor and Needy" (Jessie Mae Hemphill's) and "Blue" (Joni Mitchell).

There will also be a deluxe edition featuring special packaging and a bonus disc. Among its five songs will be a version of Moby Grape's "Naked If I Want To," which was one of the tracks appearing on Cat Power's previous The Covers Record, released in 2000. There is no official word yet on whether Marshall has reworked "Naked If I Want To," or if it's the same recording.

1. New York (Frank Sinatra)
2. Ramblin' (Wo)man (Hank Williams)
3. Metal Heart (Cat Power)
4. Silver Stallion (The Highwaymen)
5. Aretha, Sing One For Me (George Jackson)
6. Lost Someone (James Brown)
7. Lord, Help the Poor and Needy (Jessie Mae Hemphill)
8. I Believe In You (Bob Dylan)
9. Song To Bobby (Cat Power) 10. Don't Explain (Billie Holiday)
11. Woman Left Lonely (Janis Joplin)
12. Blue (Joni Mitchell)

1. I Feel (Hot Boys)
2. Naked If I Want To (Moby Grape)
3. Breathless (Nick Cave)
4. Angelitos Negros (Roberta Flack)
5. She's Got You (Patsy Cline)

As we reported last week (see below) Cat Power is set to release her new album on January 22 through Matador. Today we learned the complete tracklist.

Cat Power - Jukebox:

1. Theme From 'New York, New York'
Written by Fred Ebb/John Kander, published by EMI Unart Catalog, Inc. (BMI)

2. Metal Heart
Written by Chan Marshall, published by Dormat Music/Mattitude Music (BMI)

3. Ramblin' (Wo)man
Written by Hank Williams, published by SONY/ATV Acuff Rose Music (BMI)

4. Song To Bobby
Written by Chan Marshall, published by Mattitude Music (BMI)

5. Aretha, Sing One For Me
Written by J Harris/Eugene William, published by Happy Hooker Music/Irving Music (BMI)

6. Lost Someone
Written by James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Lloyd Stallworth, published by Jadar Music Corp. (BMI)

7. I Believe In You
Written by Bob Dylan, published by Special Rider Music (SESAC)

8. Fortunate Son
Written by John Fogerty, published by Jondora Music (BMI)

9. Silver Stallion
Written by Lee Clayton, published by Resaca Music Publishing Co. (BMI)

10. Dark End of the Street
Written by Chips Moman/Dan Penn, published by Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc. (BMI)

11. Don't Explain
Written by Arthur Herzog, Jr./Billie Holiday, published by Songs Of Universal, Inc. (BMI)

12. Woman Left Lonely
Written by Spooner Oldham/Dan Penn, published by Embassy Music Corp./Dan Penn Music (BMI)

"Recorded in New York, Dallas and Miami, 2007, with the Dirty Delta Blues and Stuart Sikes. Full credits and details to follow. Much like real life, everything's subject to change."

Cat Power: Jukebox

Cat Power
Cat Power (Chan Marshall) has announced details on her forthcoming album entitled Jukebox. The record was recorded with her frequent touring band The Dirty Delta Blues Band and will hit shelves on January 22 through Matador. This will be Marshall's second album featuring other artist's material, her first being 2000's The Covers Record. As she did in 2000, Jukebox will also include a few originals such as "Metal Heart" and "Song to Bobby."

Cat Power Tour Dates
10.13 - Fairburn, GA - Bouckaert Farm (The Echo Project)
10.14 - Norfolk, VA - The NorVa
10.15 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club (DAM! Festival)
10.16 - Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle
10.18 - Tallahassee, FL - The Moon at Florida State University
10.19 - Savannah, GA - Trustee's Theatre
10.20 - Orlando, FL - The Club at Firestone
10.21 - St. Petersburg, FL - State Theatre
10.22 - Miami, FL - Studio A
10.25 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Auditorio Ibirapuera (TIM Festival)
10.26 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Marina da Gloria (TIM Festival)
11.04 - Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Fest

[Published on: 11/8/07]

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RothburyWithCheese starstarstarstarstar Thu 10/18/2007 06:21AM
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Oh, look. One of the greatest female artists of the last 35 years and no one has commented. Well I will. She's gorgeous, amazing voice, and grabs your attention the minute she steps onto the stage. While everyone wastes their time with Daft Punk or Wilco I'll be jamming this goddess...

Jukebox Hero Fri 10/26/2007 12:00AM
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Jukebox Hero

Looks like a good one. I hope you get a good show Trojan.

Chaloupka Thu 11/8/2007 12:01PM
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I dig Cat Power. But Wilco is the shit dude, and you know it.

cookoo Thu 11/8/2007 12:09PM
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Sounds pretty cool.

Anyone know anything about Langerado yet?

nbailin2 starstarstarstar Thu 11/8/2007 12:12PM
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yes, cat power is amazing. BUT why should we compare her to wilco and daft punk. DAFT PUNK is blowing people away at shows..just like cat power is in another way...and wilco is in another way. just give people time to many people here do love Sean. i still love all the daft punk haters who have yet to see them live. i went to that show in vegas with 3 people who said they would not like daft as they are not into 'dance music.' after that show they apologized to me all week as they said it was the greatest live production they have ever seen. BUT, i'd rather listen to Cat power on cd definitely :)

tommont starstarstarstarstar Thu 11/8/2007 04:29PM
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not to diss but why compare apples to oranges? really? some feel that if they like one artist of any genre / style compared to another it proves their superiority in terms of music appreciation or something. just dig what you dig and help others to find the good stuff. that said Cat is remarkable for sure. her recorded work is all solid and very interesting. however live she can be a different thing: at her band show at last year's austin city limits festival i found her to be wonderful, nice set, she seemed to be enjoying herself and the crowd loved her. solo, last year at the great american music hall she was off i thought. lackluster and unfocused perhaps in response to the typical too many jabbering music fans (what is with this city and so called fans inability to go to music and listen to it! hey, why buy a ticket? you can stay home and jabber all night!) she was trying hard i thought but the concert just didn't do it for me. still a chan fan! get "the greatest" and "you are free" and then come talk to me if you are not at least a little won over after a few listens. but hey, don't go dissing wilco or you lose all credibility w/ me friend. esp now that jeff is packing nels!

tom montgomery / berkeley ca

curtbraski starstarstarstarstar Thu 11/8/2007 10:14PM
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USCTrojans4Life Fri 11/9/2007 09:06AM
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i am a weiner