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Cat Power To Cover Pogues On New EP
Luke Turner , October 2nd, 2008 14:16

Chan marshals favourites for new covers record

Cat Power

Cat Power is to release yet more cover versions into the world with a new EP, due in December.

The Dark End Of The Street will come out via Matador on a very nicely packaged 10" gatefold sleeve, and features tracks by the likes of the Pogues and Otis Reading and so on:

The Dark End Of The Street tracklisting:

'Auld Triangle (orig. The Pogues) 'Dark End of the Street (orig. James Carr) 'Who Knows Where the Time Goes (orig. Sandy Denny/Fairport Convention) 'Fortune Son (orig. Creedence Clearwater Revival) 'I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)' (orig. Otis Redding) 'It Ain't Fair (Aretha Franklin)

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