Release Date : September 4th 2012
Release Date : January 22nd 2008
- Jukebox DELUXE
Release Date : January 22nd 2008
- The Greatest: Slipcase Edition
Release Date : September 12th 2006
- The Greatest
Release Date : January 24th 2006
- You Are Free
Release Date : February 18th 2003
- The Covers Record
Release Date : March 21st 2000
- Moon Pix
Release Date : September 22nd 1998
- What Would The Community Think
Release Date : September 10th 1996
- Speaking For Trees: A Film By Mark Borthwick
- What Would The Community Think - OLE-202 - 1996-09-10
- Sun - OLE-773 - 2012-09-04
- Jukebox - OLE-754 - 2008-01-22
- The Greatest: Slipcase Edition - OLE-743 - 2006-09-12
- Speaking For Trees: A Film By Mark Borthwick - OLE-628 - 2004-10-26
- The Greatest - OLE-626 - 2006-01-24
- You Are Free - OLE-427 - 2003-02-18
- The Covers Record - OLE-426 - 2000-03-21
- Moon Pix - OLE-286 - 1998-09-22
- The Greatest/Hate - OLE-688 - 2005-12-06
- Could We (UK single) - OLE-701 - 2006-06-26
- Cross Bones Style - OLE-301 - 1998-03-04
- The Greatest (UK single) - OLE-758 - 2007-02-12
- Nude As The News - OLE-240 - 1996-12-09
- Dark End Of The Street EP - OLE-835 - 2008-12-09
Charlyn Marie Marshall (born January 21, 1972), also known as Chan Marshall or by her stage name Cat Power, is an American singer-songwriter, musician and occasional actress and model. Cat Power was originally the name of Marshall's first band, but has come to refer to her musical projects with various backing bands. Marshall was discovered opening for Liz Phair in 1994 by Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Tim Foljahn of Two Dollar Guitar, with whom she recorded her first two albums, Dear Sir (1995) and Myra Lee (1996), on the same day in 1994. In 1996 she signed with Matador Records, and released a third album of new material with Shelley and Foljahn, What Would the Community Think. Following this she released the critically acclaimed Moon Pix (1998), recorded with members of the Dirty Three, and The Covers Record (2000), a collection of sparsely recorded cover songs. After a brief hiatus she reemerged in 2003 with You Are Free, featuring guest musicians Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder, followed by the soul-influenced The Greatest (2006), recorded with numerous Memphis studio musicians, and a second covers album, Jukebox (2008). In 2012 she released the self-produced Sun, which opened at number 10 on the Billboard 200, the highest charting album of her career to date. Critics have noted the constant evolution of Cat Power's sound, with a "mix of punk, folk and blues" on her earliest albums, and elements of soul and other genres more prevalent in her later material. Her 2012 album Sun incorporated electronica, in a self-proclaimed move from the "really slow guitar songs" she initially wrote for the album.
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photo by Juan Morey The weather's getting chilly, and the mind turns to love. And who screams "love" more than Cat Power? Her autumn gift to you is a series of solo shows which are sure to change hearts and minds, and maybe even the weather. Most shows on sale now! OCTOBER Mon 21 -- New York, NY -- Glasslands (Elliott Smith Tribute show) NOVEMBER Wed 6 -- Nashville, TN -- 3rd & Lindsley Thu 7 -- Atlanta, GA -- Center Stage Fri 8 -- Ponte Vedra Beach, FL -- Ponte Vedra Concert Hall Sun 10 -- Carrboro, NC -- Cat's Cradle Wed 13 -- Washington, DC -- Sixth & I Historic Synogogue Thu 14 -- Brooklyn, NY -- Brooklyn Masonic Fri 15 -- New Haven, CT -- Center Church on the Green (Meeting House) Sat 16 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Underground Arts Mon 18 -- Boston, MA -- Paradise Rock Club Wed 20 -- Cleveland, OH -- Grog Shop (early and late shows) Thu 21 -- Chicago, IL -- Old Town School of Folk Music (early and late shows)
Courtesy of the BBC, here's footage of Cat Power at last weekend's Latitude Festival, performing "Cherokee" from 'Sun'.
Expanding upon the previously announced shows in South America, Europe and the US, Cat Power's just confirmed additional shows in Argentina, USA, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Finland and Sweden, meaning the current world-wide run of dates look something like this (new in bold): May 18 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Circo Voador May 19 Recife, Brazil / Espaço Catamarã May 21 São Paulo, Brazil / Cine Joia May 23 Buenos Aires, Argentina / Teatro Coliseo May 25 Santiago, Chile / Teatro La Cúpula May 27 Montevideo, Uruguay / La Trastienda May 31 Nelsonville, OH / Nelsonville Music Festival June 1 – 2 Houston, TX / Free Press Summer Festival June 13 – 16 Manchester, TN / Bonnaroo June 16 Jacksonville, FL / Florida Theatre June 18 Atlanta, GA / The Buckhead Theatre June 20 Vienna, VA / Wolf Trap Filene Center June 22 Duisburg, Germany / Traumziet Festival June 23 Berlin, Germany / Tempodrom June 25 London, UK / Roundhouse June 26 Brussels, BE / AB June 27 Zurich, CH / Volkshaus June 28 Munich, DE / Theater Fabrik June 30 Somerset, UK / Glastonbury - SOLD OUT July 2 Amsterdam, NL / Paradiso July 3 Hamburg, DE / Grosse Freiheit July 5 Barcelona, ES / Cruilla Festival July 6 Montreux, SW / Montreux Jazz Lab July 7 Milan, IT / Carroponte July 8 Rome, IT / Parco della Musica July 17 Paris, FR / Olympia July 19 Suffolk, UK / Latitude July 20 Ponznan, PL / Malta Festival August 2-4 Chicago, IL / Lollapalooza August 8 Oslo, NO / OYA festival August 9 Helsinki, FI / Flow festival August 10 Gothenburg, SE / Way Out West festival And if you missed it before, you can re-watch Cat Power performing the new song Bully on Later... with Jools Holland below.
Versions of "Bully" have been a part of live shows for some time, but it's now given an official release and available as a single from iTunes where's it's also added to the iTunes version of the album with bonus tracks. Sun is also available on physical formats from the Matador store (excluding "Bully").
video courtesy NBC / "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" 'Sun' is available on 2XLP/CD or digital formats from The Matador Store.