4 episodes

A podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th studio album, The Dirt and The Stars.

One Story with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay Magnificent Noise

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    • 4.3 • 7 Ratings

A podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th studio album, The Dirt and The Stars.

    We're Doing What We Love

    We're Doing What We Love

    Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay conclude their conversation by discussing Mary Chapin's career, influences, and legacy.

    • 32 min
    Many Different Places

    Many Different Places

    Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay discuss the songs "Secret Keepers," "Asking For A Friend," "American Stooge," and "Everybody's Got Something."

    • 35 min
    Thousands of Different Ways

    Thousands of Different Ways

    Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay discuss the songs "Old D35," "Farther Along and Further In," "The Dirt and The Stars," "It's Ok to Be Sad," "Where the Beauty Is," and "Nocturne."

    • 30 min
    Trailer for One Story with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay

    Trailer for One Story with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay

    Trailer for One Story, a podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th album, The Dirt and The Stars. 

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

dreatha ,

Anything but phaffing about

Mary Chapin Carpenter is a terrific songwriter and amazing singer and the foundational heart of it, I believe, stems from that she appears to be a voracious reader. After all, how else would we get Halley Came to Jackson; John Doe Number 24; Mrs. Hemingway?! Her lyrics apply language most songs avoid —benign—who puts the word benign in a hit song?! A reader-writer. So it makes sense an open conversation about the making of music along with the fear of running out of time along with the notion we all just tell variations of the same story takes place between MCC and the poet Sarah Kay, or, really, between two poets. Can’t wait to hear the album.

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