Contemporary Folk, Americana
I think Mary Chapin Carpenter is kind of like Bob Dylan. She's a Lifer. She keeps making albums, some of them not so good ; but then she comes back with one like this, a really nice return to form. This may not be as great as her masterpiece, "Come On Come On", but it deals with deeper subjects_ Growing older, picking yourself up, carring on after Love leaves, after Life crushes your dreams, taking chances.
I stopped listening to her during the 2000's. But i'm glad to hear her writing some good stuff again. These aren't sing-along tunes, but i'm happy (and sad) to hear em and would like to hear em again.
I love Mary Chapin Carpenter -
to me now most of her music sounds the same, and a little boring.
Only Track 2 is bad. The music was good. The lyrics were kind of dull, though. Recommended.
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