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Cat Power Covers The Pogues, Creedence and Aretha

Cat Power Covers The Pogues, Creedence and Aretha

Cat Power is to release more cover versions of classic tracks recorded for her Jukebox album, as a new EP "Dark End Of The Street" on December 8.

The diverse tracks to be released include The Pogues' "Ye Auld Triangle", Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" and two Aretha Franklin tracks including the title track and "It Ain't Fair".

The 'Dark End Of The Street' track listing is:

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

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