Cat Power is back in the spotlight this week with "Jukebox," her second covers album. The 12-track set includes a new original, "Song for Bobby," plus a fresh rendition of Cat Power's own "Metal Heart

Cat Power is back in the spotlight this week with "Jukebox," her second covers album. The 12-track set includes a new original, "Song for Bobby," plus a fresh rendition of Cat Power's own "Metal Heart."

The album is rounded out by James Brown's "Lost Someone," Bob Dylan's "I Believe in You," Credence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" and Hank Williams' "Ramblin' (Wo)man."

"Jukebox" follows 2000's "The Covers Album," which featured Chan Marshall's interpretations of songs by the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Moby Grape and the Velvet Underground. It's the follow-up to last year's "The Greatest," which won the 2007 Shortlist prize for creative achievement.

Marshall will embark on a short North American tour next month, beginning Feb. 6 in New York.