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As its title suggests, Cover Two is the second collection of covers from Joan as Police Woman's Joan Wasser (her first, 2009's Cover, was initially sold only at her shows and on her website). Considering how versatile and distinctive Wasser's own music is, it's not surprising that she's skilled at putting her own stamp on the work of widely different musicians. Even Cover Two's cover is a rendition of sorts, channeling Loverboy's Get Lucky and its iconic red leather jumpsuit. But what could be just a karaoke lark is much more in Wasser's hands: Cover Two is musically nimble and reflects a songwriter's appreciation of other songwriters. As on Cover, Wasser samples from an eclectic array of artists. She begins Cover Two with the challenge of reinterpreting Prince's "Kiss," transforming the original's sudden flirtation into sultry, slow-burning foreplay that turns the line "women, not girls, rule my world" into a mantra. Later, she closes the album with a breezy vocal pop arrangement of Rizzo's lament "There Are Worse Things I Could Do" from the musical Grease and a graceful, piano-driven interpretation of Gil Scott-Heron's "Running." In between, Cover Two's highlights include a cozy version of the Strokes' '60s soul-pop homage "Under Control'' where her voice dances over its caressing melody, and a minimalist reading of Michael McDonald's "Keep Forgetting" that showcases all the nuances of her singing. On "Out of Time," she reimagines one of Blur's sci-fi ballads into something that could've appeared on Tapestry. By contrast, she focuses on her music's experimental side on "Not the Way," setting Cass McCombs' searching lyrics to meditative drones and saxophones. As she revisits some of her favorite songs on Cover Two, Wasser brings out the best in her own music.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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1
Kiss
00:05:09

Prince Rogers Nelson, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

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2
Spread
00:04:21

André Benjamin, Composer - Meshell Ndegeocello, FeaturedArtist - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

2020 Sweet Police LLC 2020 Sweet Police LLC

3
Under Control
00:03:41

Julian Casablancas, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

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4
Not the Way
00:03:47

Cass McCombs, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

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5
I Keep Forgettin'
00:05:24

MICHAEL MCDONALD, Composer - Ed Sanford, Composer - Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

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6
Life's What You Make It
00:05:59

Mark Hollis, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist - Timothy Friese-Green, Composer

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7
Out of Time
00:02:23

David Rowntree, Composer - Damon Albarn, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist - Steven James, Composer

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8
On The Beach
00:06:37

NEIL YOUNG, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

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9
There Are Worse Things I Could Do
00:02:52

Jim Jacobs, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist - Casey Warren, Composer

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10
Running
00:04:24

Richard Russell, Composer - Gil Scott Heron, Composer - Joan As Police Woman, MainArtist

2020 Sweet Police LLC 2020 Sweet Police LLC

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As its title suggests, Cover Two is the second collection of covers from Joan as Police Woman's Joan Wasser (her first, 2009's Cover, was initially sold only at her shows and on her website). Considering how versatile and distinctive Wasser's own music is, it's not surprising that she's skilled at putting her own stamp on the work of widely different musicians. Even Cover Two's cover is a rendition of sorts, channeling Loverboy's Get Lucky and its iconic red leather jumpsuit. But what could be just a karaoke lark is much more in Wasser's hands: Cover Two is musically nimble and reflects a songwriter's appreciation of other songwriters. As on Cover, Wasser samples from an eclectic array of artists. She begins Cover Two with the challenge of reinterpreting Prince's "Kiss," transforming the original's sudden flirtation into sultry, slow-burning foreplay that turns the line "women, not girls, rule my world" into a mantra. Later, she closes the album with a breezy vocal pop arrangement of Rizzo's lament "There Are Worse Things I Could Do" from the musical Grease and a graceful, piano-driven interpretation of Gil Scott-Heron's "Running." In between, Cover Two's highlights include a cozy version of the Strokes' '60s soul-pop homage "Under Control'' where her voice dances over its caressing melody, and a minimalist reading of Michael McDonald's "Keep Forgetting" that showcases all the nuances of her singing. On "Out of Time," she reimagines one of Blur's sci-fi ballads into something that could've appeared on Tapestry. By contrast, she focuses on her music's experimental side on "Not the Way," setting Cass McCombs' searching lyrics to meditative drones and saxophones. As she revisits some of her favorite songs on Cover Two, Wasser brings out the best in her own music.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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