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You Will Be Changednew

Cat Power grows up.
Eugene Weekly  |  Molly Templeton  |  04-17-2008  |  Reviews

Cat Power vs. Elf Power: Let the Battle Begin!new

In this corner: A feisty creature who overcame onstage freakouts and alcoholism to let herself be seduced and emboldened by soul music! And in the other corner: A six-strong troupe of lo-fi lovers whose musical stylings seem to have sprung from a lysergic sugar cube in a fairy forest!
San Diego CityBeat  |  AnnaMaria Stephens  |  04-16-2008  |  Music

Teaching Old Dogs New Tricksnew

Marshall's creativivity and brilliant voice warrant your attention on her new album.
Jackson Free Press  |  Lindsey Maddox  |  03-14-2008  |  Reviews

Gregg Foreman Hangs Tough (and Tender) with Cat Powernew

These days Foreman provides Cat Power with the keyboard kink and dirtball heft her music's always begged for with Jukebox. But the Philly vet's done more than that.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  A.D. Amorosi  |  02-12-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

A Thing of Beautynew

Cat Power has some wonderfully unique takes on universal standards.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Mosi Reeves  |  01-17-2008  |  Reviews

'Jukebox' Give Us the Same Old Channew

Jukebox could've been a mere promotional ploy, good for an iPod commercial or a House of Blues New Year's Eve gimmick. But as a loving salute to the idea of back catalog as salvation, the album is more convincing than Amy Winehouse's career.
Washington City Paper  |  Jason Cherkis  |  01-17-2008  |  Reviews

Memphis in Channew

Never before has Chan Marshall sounded more like herself.
Illinois Times  |  Rene Spencer Saller  |  02-03-2006  |  Reviews

Headed to Memphisnew

A team of legendary Memphis producers, including the Hodges Brothers, fill The Greatest with country and soul sounds unlike any Cat Power record before it.
Dallas Observer  |  Sam Machkovech  |  01-31-2006  |  Reviews

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