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Album: iTunes Session - EP

Artist: Cat Power

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Matador Records

Tracklist For iTunes Session - EP By Artist Cat Power

Title Artist Time
1
Love and Communication (Acoust Cat Power 3:32 USD 0.99
2
House of the Rising Sun Cat Power 3:53 USD 0.99
3
Wild Is the Wind Cat Power 5:01 USD 0.99
4
Who Knows Where the Time Goes Cat Power 4:06 USD 0.99

Reviews For iTunes Session - EP By Artist Cat Power

  • ***** star rating

    5
    By FAILCLAN
    She has a awsome voice in the rising sun
  • Love her so much.

    5
    By If_Only_You
    She's such a great artist! Wild Is the Wind is great, but I do like the version on the Cover Album a little more. Still, a strong EP from a strong artist! Go Chan!
  • Beautiful!

    5
    By chiquapin8
    It never ceases to amaze me how Chan Marshall can we so easily adapt songs to perfectly suite her voice. I already loved Wild is the Wind on The Covers Record, but she some how manages to change it yet again for this EP. This EP creates a wonderful atmosphere!
  • A Good Listen

    4
    By DannieBones
    You have to love a musician who does covers of their own songs and then reinterprets their cover of others' songs (e.g. Nina Simone’s Wild Is the Wind is on The Covers Record). House of the Rising Sun is a most pleasant surprise. Well worth the money.
  • Cat Power is great. Period.

    4
    By bowithskip
    Next time you try to tell people not to buy something (especially Cat Power) learn to spell first--they might take your opinion a little more seriously.
  • don't buy this

    2
    By Evil Diggy
    this isn't too good. your better off buing something else
  • A New Beginning

    4
    By cheese_steak
    This is a genuinely cathartic performance from the once stage shy Chan Marshall. How she truly inhabits these cover tunes (even more so than on her classic Covers record) is amazing and proof positive that her career has done a sharp reversal for the better. It's great to hear her voice, once so full of dread and resignation now full of passion and yearning. I can't wait to hear what this new found change will yield (besides an upcoming covers record!) Simply breathtaking.
  • wow......

    1
    By imp25
    This band should be taken off itunes for their insanely horrible and whiney attempt at covering house of the rising sun The Animals are the only band that can truly do that song BOOOOO!!
  • more power

    4
    By Poison Cup
    Good quality recordings highlightling Chan's smokey voice. She's interpreted two songs that Nina Simone has done in the past which are great (Wild is the Wind and House of the Rising..). Wild is the Wind is great cause its further from the Nina arrangement and she's finally made it her own which is what Nina would have done. House of the Rising Sun is simple and beautiful just like Chan.
  • The Greatest...Live Session!

    5
    By Adam_G
    Man, I love Cat Power. I don't think I can get enough. Love this live mini-album and glad she's doing so much in '06.

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