Jukebox

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レーベル:Matador Records
カテゴリ:CD
JAN:0744861075424
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トラックリスト
  1. New York
  2. Ramblin' (Wo)man
  3. Metal Heart
  4. Silver Stallion
  5. Aretha, Sing One For Me
  6. Lost Someone
  7. Lord, Help The Poor & Needy
  8. I Believe In You
  9. Song To Bobby
  10. Don't Explain
  11. Woman Left Lonely
  12. Blue
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キャット・パワー CAT POWER JUKEBOX
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Cat Power's second collection of cover songs for dreary days (2000's The Covers Record was the first), the ever-mysterious Chan Marshall is joined here by her newish cohorts, the Dirty Delta Blues Band. Her backing band here eschews big production and string arrangements in favor of a more skeletal, bluesy, and languid approach. Her voice, of course, remains extraordinary--sent from the heavens and perfectly marred by cigarettes. Marshall takes the usual liberties with melody, as on opener "New York," made popular by Ol' Blue Eyes himself (who wouldn't recognize this were it not for the lyrics). "Ramblin (Wo)man" is fairly true to Hank Williams's original, despite the extra syllable, and is wonderfully suited for Marshall's voice. The Highwaymen's "Silver Stallion" may be the finest track on the album, with Marshall and an acoustic slide guitar taking the lead, accompanied by some distant, ambient guitar work. James Brown's "Lost Someone" is also quite nice, an opportunity to explore the many dynamics of that aforementioned ethereal voice. Jukebox closes with three appropriate covers of other artists often mentioned in Cat Power reviews: Billie Holiday's "Can't Explain;" "Woman Left Lonely," popularized by Janis Joplin; and Joni Mitchell's "Blue." This record's solid, but when that next batch of originals comes around, one can only hope for some of the exuberant risk-taking that made previous outings so stellar. --Jason Pace
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