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Chan Marshall's career, better known under the name Cat Power, is a musical rollercoaster. Keeping her distance from the media buzz, her career has been filled with moments of glory ("The Greatest" in 2006 for which she won the Shortlist Music Prize, she was the first woman to win the prize) and intimate folk and Indie Rock CDs. She is an unpredictable artis...

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Chan Marshall, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist

℗ 2006 Matador Records

2
He War
Cat Power You Are Free 00:03:30

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Dave Grohl, AssociatedPerformer - ADAM KASPER, Engineer

2003 Matador Records 2003 Matador Records

3
Sea of Love
Cat Power The Covers Record 00:02:19

Philip Baptiste, ComposerLyricist - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist - George Koury, ComposerLyricist

2000 Matador Records 2000 Matador Records

4
Ruin
Cat Power Sun 00:04:32

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Jim White, AssociatedPerformer - Judah Bauer, AssociatedPerformer - Gregg Foreman, AssociatedPerformer - Erik Paparazzi, AssociatedPerformer

2012 Matador Records 2007 Matador Records

5
Metal Heart
Cat Power Jukebox 00:03:54

Chan Marshall, Composer, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Jim White, AssociatedPerformer - Judah Bauer, AssociatedPerformer - Gregg Foreman, AssociatedPerformer - Erik Paparazzi, AssociatedPerformer

2008 Matador Records 2008 Matador Records

6
Woman (feat. Lana Del Rey)
Cat Power Wanderer 00:04:50

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Chan Marshall, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Lana Del Rey, FeaturedArtist - Mattitude Music, LLC / Alma Road Music Limited, MusicPublisher

2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd 2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd

7
Nude As the News
Cat Power What Would the Community Think 00:04:23

Davis, AssociatedPerformer - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Steve Shelley, AssociatedPerformer - Doug Easley, AssociatedPerformer - Tim Foljahn, AssociatedPerformer

1996 Matador Records 1996 Matador Records

Cat Power, MainArtist - Charlyn Marshall, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2006 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd.

9
Werewolf
Cat Power You Are Free 00:04:05

David Campbell, Arranger - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist - ADAM KASPER, Engineer - Michael Hurley, ComposerLyricist

2003 Matador Records 2003 Matador Records

10
Lived In Bars
Various Artists This Is Next 00:03:42

Cat Power, MainArtist

2007 Vice Records 2007 Vice Records

11
Stay
Cat Power Wanderer 00:03:58

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Chan Marshall, Producer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Justin Parker, Composer, Lyricist - Mikky Ekko, Composer, Lyricist - Mattitude Music, LLC / Alma Road Music Limited, MusicPublisher

2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd 2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd

12
Cherokee
Cat Power Sun 00:04:45

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Judah Bauer, AssociatedPerformer - Erik Paparazzi, AssociatedPerformer

2012 Matador Records 2007 Matador Records

13
Dark End of the Street
Cat Power Dark End of the Street 00:04:02

Chips Moman, ComposerLyricist - Dan Penn, ComposerLyricist - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Jim White, AssociatedPerformer - Judah Bauer, AssociatedPerformer - Gregg Foreman, AssociatedPerformer - Erik Paparazzi, AssociatedPerformer

2008 Matador Records 2008 Matador Records

Chan Marshall, Writer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Chan M. Marshall, Writer

© 2014 Boyhood Inc. / IFC Productions I, L.L.C., under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2006 Matador Records

15
American Flag
Cat Power Moon Pix 00:03:31

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Jim White, AssociatedPerformer - Mick Turner, Engineer, AssociatedPerformer - Belinda Woods, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Entsch, AssociatedPerformer

1998 Matador Records 1998 Matador Records

16
I Found A Reason
Cat Power The Covers Record 00:02:01

Lou Reed, ComposerLyricist - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist

2000 Matador Records 2000 Matador Records

17
You Get
Cat Power Wanderer 00:03:43

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Chan Marshall, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Mattitude Music, LLC / Alma Road Music Limited, MusicPublisher

2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd 2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd

Chan Marshall, Writer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Chan M. Marshall, Writer

© 2014 Boyhood Inc. / IFC Productions I, L.L.C., under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2006 Matador Records

19
King Rides By
Cat Power What Would the Community Think 00:04:04

Davis, AssociatedPerformer - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Steve Shelley, AssociatedPerformer - Doug Easley, AssociatedPerformer - Tim Foljahn, AssociatedPerformer

1996 Matador Records 1996 Matador Records

20
Good Woman
Cat Power You Are Free 00:03:56

Warren Ellis, AssociatedPerformer - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Emma, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Dave Grohl, AssociatedPerformer - ADAM KASPER, Engineer - Eddie Vedder, AssociatedPerformer - Maggie, AssociatedPerformer

2003 Matador Records 2003 Matador Records

21
Cross Bones Style
Cat Power Moon Pix 00:04:32

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - Jim White, AssociatedPerformer - Mick Turner, Engineer, AssociatedPerformer - Belinda Woods, AssociatedPerformer - Andrew Entsch, AssociatedPerformer

1998 Matador Records 1998 Matador Records

22
I Don't Blame You
Cat Power You Are Free 00:03:06

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist - ADAM KASPER, Engineer

2003 Matador Records 2003 Matador Records

23
Manhattan
Cat Power Sun 00:05:16

Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Cat Power, MainArtist

2012 Matador Records 2007 Matador Records

24
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Cat Power Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 00:02:13

Hugh Martin, ComposerLyricist - Ralph Blane, ComposerLyricist - Chan Marshall, AssociatedPerformer - Cat Power, MainArtist

2013 Matador Records 2013 Matador Records

25
Wanderer/Exit
Cat Power Wanderer 00:02:19

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Chan Marshall, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Cat Power, MainArtist - Mattitude Music, LLC / Alma Road Music Limited, MusicPublisher

2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd 2018 Domino Recording Co Ltd

About Playlist

Chan Marshall's career, better known under the name Cat Power, is a musical rollercoaster. Keeping her distance from the media buzz, her career has been filled with moments of glory ("The Greatest" in 2006 for which she won the Shortlist Music Prize, she was the first woman to win the prize) and intimate folk and Indie Rock CDs. She is an unpredictable artist that touches all of us, not hesitating to juggle between genres. Last time she released a more electronic project with the album “Sun” which was mixed by Cassius' Zdar, but for her new album she returns to her roots, "The Wanderer", a CD tinted with Blues and Folk.

The Women of ’90s Alt-Rock in 10 Albums

by Shelly Ridenour

When male-dominated grunge kicked ’80s hair metal to the curb in the early 1990s, it also opened a door for women to finally play a different role in the music industry. Whether it was Riot Grrrls forcing third-wave feminism to the front; Fiona Apple letting it be known that teenagers have more to talk about than being rubbed like a genie in a bottle; or Liz Phair — posturing as “6-feet-1 instead of 5-feet-2” — standing tall in a scene of pretentious guys, the women of ’90s alt-rock claimed alpha dominance. Sex talk wasn’t just not taboo, it also wasn’t veiled in the lyrics of PJ Harvey and Phair. (Kim Deal’s “Divine Hammer” is another story, whether you think it’s about finding a greater purpose or a greater lover, or those are one and the same.) Helium’s Mary Timony ventured into those most dude-centric of genres, prog and medieval fantasy. And Courtney Love reclaimed the bad-girl imagery of witch and shrew — not to mention “victim” — with a vengeance. Here are 10 ’90s alt-rock albums by women that left an indelible impression.

Helium – The Dirt of Luck (1995)

Lasting just five years, from 1992 to 1997, Helium — and, more specifically, singer/guitarist Mary Timony — nevertheless left a huge impact on artists from Sleater-Kinney to Death Cab for Cutie. On paper, the formula isn’t an obvious one: low-slung, almost monotone vocals singing about pirates, doves and mythological monsters over D-tuned guitar. But Timony spins some kind of sorcery on the band’s first full-length album. “Pat’s Trick” and “Medusa” are heavy drags through medieval mud, while “Superball” bounces and jousts over a beat of Ren Faire drums. “She’s sweeter than honeycomb…she’s slower than Valium,” Timony deadpans on the shoe-gazer “Honeycomb” — a ballad that should’ve made Mazzy Star jealous. The Dirt of Luck is a weird record, to say the least, but an irresistible precursor to Timony’s solo work and future bands Wild Flag and Ex Hex.

Fiona Apple – Tidal (1996)

When Tidal was released, much was made of one fact: Fiona Apple was just 18. And while that may have seemed novel at the time, to think about it now is astonishing — how did a girl write those words and sing them the way she did? “I wander the halls along the walls,” she moans on “Sullen Girl.” “And under my breath, I say to myself, ‘I need fuel to take flight.” Apple’s debut was the right record at the right time for a generation approaching adulthood scared and already scarred by society. Produced by Jon Brion — who expertly added in lush layers of vibraphone, harp and marimba —Tidal could have been a lost classic from Nina Simone; this is not the sweet longing of Carole King. “I could swallow the seas to wash down all this pride,” Apple sings over the trip-hop beats of “Sleep to Dream” — just one of the classics here, along with “Shadowboxer” and “Criminal.” (Apple has said she tossed off the latter in 45 minutes after her label said she needed a more obvious hit). When Apple accepted her Moon Man at the VMAs the next year by saying, "You shouldn't model your life on what we think is cool, and what we're wearing and what we're saying and everything,” the world reacted as if she were an ingrate. Little did they know, she was trailblazing a path. No one would even blink if Billie Eilish said that today.

Beth Orton – Trailer Park (1996)

To hear Beth Orton tell it, the singer reluctantly fell into music. She was trying to figure out if she wanted to be an actress when she met producer William Orbit (Madonna, U2) at a party. The two became a couple and he encouraged her singing, but Orton resisted being a part of his starry world — and of having the reputation of the girl who only has a career because of who she’s dating. Still, she did guest on his SuperPinkyMandy as well as work by The Chemical Brothers. But once Orton and Orbit broke up, she was motivated to put together her own band. There was a greater purpose, too: Orton has said making her debut record saved her life after the death of her mother. Trailer Park is a gentle creature, with moments, such as “Don’t Need a Reason” and “Sugar Boy,” that breathe fresh life into Sandy Denny-style folk. A cover of The Ronettes’ “I Wish I Never Saw the Sunshine” strips away Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound histrionics to reveal a bittersweet lullaby. It feels symbolic that Orton also strips away Orbit’s heavy-handed production on “She Cries Your Name” — first recorded for his Strange Cargo — and lets her light shine through.

Sleater Kinney - Dig Me Out (1997)

While bands like Bratmobile, Heavens to Betsy and Bikini Kill built the foundation of Riot Grrrl — flying the flag of third-wave feminism and claiming a more powerful place for all kinds of women in music — it was Sleater Kinney’s third album that established the Pacific Northwest scene as more than just a cult movement. Credit goes to a few factors. One, founders Carrie Brownstein (formerly of Excuse 17) and Corin Tucker (formerly of Heavens to Betsy) added the heat and polish of classic rock to their already mighty garage-punk sound. Two, it’s the first SK album with Quasi drummer Janet Weiss; her muscular work pushed the band’s energy right up to the edge and established a solid ground beneath Tucker’s wildly frenetic vocals. As a result, songs like “Turn It On” and the title track are masterpieces of dynamics, both sonic and emotional, that fly high and swoop close to the ground with equal force. The band’s first album for Kill Rock Stars, Dig Me Out was recorded in Seattle at John and Stu’s Place (the same building where Nirvana’s Bleach was laid down) and its cover art is a tribute to The KinksThe Kink Kontroversy. But its energy and heart are the alchemy of three young women sending out a beacon.

Cat Power – Moon Pix (1998)

Chan Marshall has said her fourth album came about in a most unusual way: While alone in the South Carolina countryside, she had a vivid nightmare that she has described as “dark spirits” smashing the windows. Rattled, she grabbed her guitar — “I thought that if people found my body, I needed to leave a tape,” she told the Daily Telegraph — and songs poured out of her, including “Say” and “Metal Heart.” It had previously been a fallow time for the singer-songwriter, who has said she’d even contemplated retirement. Instead, she went to Melbourne to record Moon Pix with guitarist Mick Turner and drummer Jim White of Dirty Three. It’s since been hailed as her best early work, featuring “American Flag,” “Colors and the Kids” (with some of Marshall’s most moving piano work) and “Cross Bones Style” — which Marshall has said is about children she met in Africa who slept in trees after their parents’ deaths. "it feels like I’m alive today because of being able to write those songs,” she told the Guardian. “Moon Pix was my salvation as a very mixed-up young person.

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