4 episodes

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

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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. 

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Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

dhvinyl ,

Thirty years of sheer joy

I first saw and heard Mary Chapin at the 1991 CMA awards in Nashville. It was the year President George Bush attended. I had just been elected an International member of the Association and its meeting coincided with the awards ceremony. I had never heard of Mary but suddenly there she was, a young lively, blonde girl singing and dancing “Down at the Twist and Shout” for the President…and she was the star of the evening. My friend and Country music PR supremo Richard Wootton, took great delight in telling me the track was from her third album…and my wife and I were hooked. This new album, coming as it does during her wonderful Songs from Home performances is up there with her earlier works. And, to top it all, come these interviews which mirror and magnify my respect and love for the music and the modesty of a great artist. Thank you thank you thank you.

Lmmwall ,

MCC - Never ever lets us down ......

I feel always that I have grown up alongside MCC - finding her music in my late twenties and suddenly thinking 'Yes! that's exactly right - that says it all". For 30 or so years I've delighted and wailed and been haunted and lifted up by these beautiful songs that craft stories and images of everyday things in extraordinary ways ...... Songs from Home and these conversations have opened up another window - a new way to see this wonderful artist. Thank you for making and sharing these conversations - and thanks to MCC - a glorious, fractured, loving human - who has made that feel OK for me and I am sure many others.

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