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Cat Power - Myra Lee (CD, Album)


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  1. Apr 17,  · Myra Lee, an Album by Cat Power. Released 4 March on Smells Like Records (catalog no. SLR; CD). Genres: Slowcore, Singer/Songwriter, Indie Rock. Featured peformers: Cat Power (performer), Tim Foljahn (performer), Steve Shelley (performer), Edward Douglas (recording engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Oliver Strauss (editing)/5(21).
  2. Nov 06,  · Many Cat Power fans consider this her strongest song, and she even re-recorded it for her album Jukebox. If there is one song that perfectly encapsulates the depression and fear Marshall.
  3. Myra Lee CD/Digital; Cat Power Myra Lee CD/Digital. Availability: In stock. Code: SLR Track Listing: 1. Enough 2. We All Die 3. Great Expectations Ten Chan numbers plus a deconstruction of Hank Williams Sr.'s 'Still In Love' that points the way to her 'Covers Album' of For information on accessing download, click HERE. $ *Format.
  4. She adopted the name Cat Power as her stage name from her former band. She began singing in the early s in local pubs around Atlanta. She later did her first two albums in collaborating with Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Tim Foljahn of Two Dollar Guitar. ‘Dear Sir’ was released in , and ‘Myra Lee’ came a.
  5. 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 by Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Tim Foljahn of Two Dollar Guitar, with whom she recorded her first two albums, Dear Sir () and Myra Lee (), on the.
  6. Tracklist with lyrics of the album MYRA LEE [] of Cat Power: Enough - We All Die - Great Expectations - Top Expert - Ice Water - Still In Love - Rockets.
  7. The album Myra Lee presents a more diverse and fully developed version of Cat Power's music, ranging from the winding, acoustic menace of "Enough" to the sinewy rock of "We All Die."/5(15).

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