Joan As Police Woman
our shop fav turns her woozy late-night pop style towards a plethora of brilliantly written gems, resulting in an intoxicating album with a coherent identity of its own.
The wildly acclaimed Brooklyn songwriter Joan As Police Woman returns with her new album “Cover Two”. This is Joan’s second album re-working songs by other artists and again, Joan makes some very interesting choices, including the likes of prince, the strokes, gil scott-heron, talk talk, blur, outkast, neil young and cass mccombs! “Wasser has constructed a cohesive sound and mood for them, and sequenced the songs so cleverly that it sounds like a single work with a unifying theme. It’s nothing short of remarkable” - louder than war.
- Kiss (Prince)
- Spread (Outkast)
- Under Control (The Strokes)
- Not The Way (Cass McCombs)
- I Keep Forgettin’ (Michael Macdonald)
- Life’s What You Make It (Talk Talk)
- Out of Time (Blur)
- On The Beach (Neil Young)
- There Are Worse Things I Could Do (Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs)
- Running (Gil Scott-Heron)