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Cat Power Unveils Second Cover Album Tracklisting

October 17, 2007 (9:39 am) GMT
Cat Power has included James Brown hit and several others to her second cover album 'Jukebox'.
Cat Power Unveils Second Cover Album Tracklisting

Previously keeping the tracks a secret, finally unveils the songs that she has covered for her second cover album. Twelve tracks will be included in the album that is titled ''.

The previously reported new song 'Song for Bobby' and her refreshed original song 'Metal Heart' will be topped by songs from , and her favorite artist .

Within Brown's classic, Cat chose 'Lost Someone' that was recorded back in 1961 and became a #2 R&B hit. There's also Dylan's 1979 'I Believe in You', Hank Williams' 'Ramblin' (Wo)man' and Holliday's 'Don't Explain'.

'Jukebox' will be released on January 22, 2008.

Tracksliting of 'Juke Box':

  1. 'Theme From 'New York, New York'' (Kander/Ebb; originally sung by )
  2. 'Metal Heart'
  3. 'Ramblin' (Wo)man' (Hank Williams)
  4. 'Song to Bobby'
  5. 'Aretha, Sing One for Me' (J Harris/Eugene William; originally sung by George Jackson)
  6. 'Lost Someone' (James Brown)
  7. 'I Believe in You' (Bob Dylan)
  8. 'Fortunate Son' (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
  9. 'Silver Stallion' (Lee Clayton)
  10. 'Dark End of the Street' (Chips Moman/Dan Penn; originally sung by James Carr)
  11. 'Don't Explain' (Billie Holiday)
  12. 'Woman Left Lonely' (Spooner Oldham/Dan Penn, popularized by Janis Joplin)

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