Cat Power Vinyl, CD & tapes by Cat Power at Norman Records

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The Covers Record

Cat Power's 1998 album Moonpix was so good that she had no idea how to follow it up. So instead she set about work on a covers record, taking a wide variety of tracks by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Bill Callahan, Lou Reed and Michael Hurley and making them her own. It may have disappointed fans hoping to hear further original work but it is still a deeply personal and soul searching album. 
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Wanderer

Cat Power celebrates the great blues tradition of transience on her first album in six years Wanderer. It was written over the course of a couple years during which she toured, and travelled, and played. Folk and blues are fundamentally collaborative genres and Wanderer is no different, featuring old friends, and a tour mate in Lana Del Rey.

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Myra Lee

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Sun - PROMO POSTER

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Sun

Sun was the 2012 album from Chan Marshall (aka Cat Power). After the lush soul and blues influenced The Greatest, it saw Marshall retreat to the home studio playing all the instruments herself. It features some quite daring electronic textures amongst her usual balladry and there's a guest spot from Iggy Pop. Certainly one of her most uplifting and bold albums. 
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What Would The Community Think

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Dark End Of The Street EP

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Moon Pix

Cat Power’s fourth LP Moon Pix, which was released originally in 1998. It was the product of a hallucinatory nightmare, but listening to is far more pleasant than such an experience. A contemplative, nuanced achievement from the singer/songwriter.
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You Are Free

You Are Free was Chan Marshall's sixth album as Cat Power. It was her return to writing original songs after the self explanatory The Covers Record and features big time Charlie guests in the likes of Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder. Despite that its a rather great little record with a much broader palette of sound than earlier records which would point the way forward to bolder albums such as The Greatest.  
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What Would The Community Think

What Would The Community Think is the third album from Cat Power and her first for Matador records. It was produced by Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley and is seen as perhaps her most angry and cathartic record. It takes the whispery folk of her earlier Myra Lee and Dear Sir but introduces bolder alternate rock and blues textures with eruptions of noise and anger. It was another fascinating stop on her ever evolving musical journey. 
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The Greatest

Not a Greatest Hits if that's what you were thinking but a 2006 album from cult singer-songwriter Cat Power. Where previous albums had generally been solo works with a small team of players helping out, Chan Marshall here went for the jugular and hired the Memphis Rhythm Band to give soulful accompaniment to her all-original songs. The result was her most commercially-leaning album where the idiosyncrasies of before were ironed out into a warming and inviting sound topped off with her lovely breathy voice. 
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Jukebox

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Could We

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Dear Sir

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Sonic Youth, Calexico, Cat Power, Various
You Can never Go Fast Enough

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