Cat Power – Jukebox [Edited Advanced Album] [Promo] (CD, UK)


21 January 2008 Matador Records OLE 754-2V
01. New York (Sinatra)
02. Ramblin’ (Wo)man (Hank Williams)
03. Metal Heart (Cat Power)
04. Silver Stallion (Highwaymen)
05. Aretha, Sing One For Me (George Jackson)
06. Lost Someone (James Brown)
07. Lord, Help The Poor & Needy (Jessie Mae Hemphill)
08. I Believe In You (Bob Dylan)
09. Song To Bobby (Cat Power)
10. Don’t Explain (Billie Holiday)
11. Woman Left Lonely (Janis Joplin)
12. Blue (Joni Mitchell)
NOTES:
Twelve track promo CD version issued as a printed CDR in clear PVC wallet with no additional artwork.

This particular promo lists the artist whom is most commonly associated with the track in brackets after each song title.

Initially in the UK commercially released copies of the album included 13th track Breathless.

Judah Bauer plays guitar on this album, Dark End of the Street and the 2012 LP Sun and played in the live band (known as ‘Dirty Delta Blues’).

Promotional-only CDs have been issued for the following Cat Power songs: Aretha, Sing One For Me, Song to Bobby, New York, Ruin and Cherokee.

NEWS (15th April 2008):

There was a news story about a mistake with the song credit for Lord Help The Poor & Needy. The sleeve although acknowledges Jessie Mae Hemphill credits it as ‘traditional’ even though the song is actually copyrighted to her with “Broadcast Music, Inc. and the United States Copyright Office”. This story was reported in detail on both PitchforkMedia.com and SFWeekly.com.

“We fixed the error within a week of being made aware of it, and before any royalties were due. The Matador production head compiled the songwriting and publishing credits on behalf of Chan, and she had absolutely nothing to do with the incorrect credit. We are longtime fans of Jessie Mae Hemphill– hence her being mentioned in the credit for a song we believed was public domain– and are in fact thrilled that her estate will receive royalties for Chan’s interpretation of this song. The SF Weekly article, unfortunately, contains both misleading and inaccurate information that we hope will be retracted.”

– Matador Statement (from PitchforkMedia.com)

“The money from that song should go to Jessie’s estate and be divided up among her relatives, who, much like Jessie, are poor, elderly black people, many of whom are living off welfare,” Mathus said. “This isn’t anything new. It’s unfortunate that most of the originators of blues music died in poverty because of situations similar to this.”

– Jessie Mae Hemphill Estate (from SFWeekly.com)

SONG CREDITS:
Performers on this album:

Chan Marshall

Dirty Delta Blues:
Guitar: Judah Bauer
Piano/Organ: Gregg Foreman
Bass: Erik Paparazzi
Drums: Jim White

Special Guests:
Piano/Organ: Spooner Oldham
Guitar: Teenie Hodges
Percussion: Larry McDonald
Viola: Dylan Willemsa
Guitar: Matt Sweeney

Recorded by Stuart Sykes
Hit Factory – Miami
Rare Book Room – Brooklyn
Sikes Studio – Dallas

01. New York
Theme From ‘New York, New York’
Writers: Fred Ebb/John Kander
Published: EMI Unart Catalog, Inc. (BMI)

02. Ramblin’ (Wo)man
Writer: Hank Williams
Published: SONY/ATV Acuff Rose Music (BMI)

03. Metal Heart
Writer: Chan Marshall
Published: Dormat Music/Mattitude Music (BMI)

04. Silver Stallion
Writer: Lee Clayton
Published: Resaca Music Publishing Co. (BMI)

05. Aretha, Sing One For Me
Writer: J Harris/Eugene William
Published: Happy Hooker Music/Irving Music (BMI)

06. Lost Someone
Writers: James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Lloyd Stallworth
Published: Jadar Music Corp. (BMI)

07. Lord, Help The Poor And Needy
Writers: Jessie Mae Hemphill
Arranged: Chan Marshall
Published: Broadcast Music, Inc.

08. I Believe In You
Writer: Bob Dylan
Published: Special Rider Music (SESAC)

09. Song To Bobby
Writer: Chan Marshall
Published: Mattitude Music (BMI)

10. Don’t Explain
Writers: Arthur Herzog, Jr./Billie Holiday
Published: Songs Of Universal, Inc. (BMI)

11. Woman Left Lonely
Writers: Spooner Oldham/Dan Penn
Published: Embassy Music Corp./Dan Penn Music (BMI)

12. Blue
Writer: Joni Mitchell
Published: Joni Mitchell Publishing Corp./Sony ATV Tunes, LLC (ASCAP)

(c)(p) 2008 Matador Records Ltd.
All Rights Reserved All Wrongs Reversed

SLEEVE NOTES:
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MATRIX: “RFD80M-78018 08″*

*this is a generic CDR matrix number.

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