Between Here and Gone by Mary Chapin Carpenter CD

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Album Features
UPC: 696998661929
Artist: Mary-Chapin Carpenter
Format: CD
Release Year: 2004
Record Label: Columbia (USA)
Genre: Contemporary Country, Country

Track Listing
1. What Would You Say to Me
2. Luna's Gone
3. My Heaven
4. Goodnight America
5. Between Here and Gone
6. One Small Heart
7. Beautiful Racket
8. Girls Like Me
9. River
10. Grand Central Station
11. The Shelter of Storms
12. Elysium

Playing Time: 59 min.
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Personnel includes: Mary-Chapin Carpenter (vocals, acoustic guitar); John Jennings, Eric Silver (acoustic guitar); Dean Parks (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Rob Ickes (dobro); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); David Angell (violin); Kristin Wilkinson (viola); Anthony LaMarchina (cello); Matt Rollings (keyboards); Glenn Worf (bass); Chad Cromwell (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Garison Starr, Mac MacAnally (background vocals).Producers: Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Matt Rollings.Recorded at The Sound Kithchen and Sound Stage, Nashville, Tennessee between August and December 2003.Personnel: Mary Chapin Carpenter (acoustic guitar, background vocals); John Jennings (acoustic guitar); Dean Parks, Jerry McPherson, Richard Bennett (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Rob Ickes (dobro); Tim O'Brien (mandolin); Mary Kathryn Van Osdale, David Angell (violin); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Kristin Wilkinson (viola); Anthony LaMarchina (cello); Matt Rollings (keyboards); Shannon Forrest, Chad Cromwell (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Garrison Starr (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Chuck Ainlay.Recording information: Backstage At Sound Stage, Nashville, TN (08/2003-12/2003); The Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN (08/2003-12/2003).Photographer: Traci Goudie.If Mary Chapin Carpenter had come up in an earlier musical era, she would have been part of the 1970s singer/songwriter movement a la James Taylor, Carly Simon, etc. However, the '80s and '90s found traditional songwriting values more welcome under the contemporary-country umbrella, so that's where Carpenter has blossomed. Granted, there's probably as much twang on BETWEEN HERE AND GONE as on most other early-2000s country albums, which is to say merely some. Full of introspective ballads that mix pithy lyrical observations with an organic, acoustic/electric Americana feel, the album presents a thoughtful woman with as many worries in her life as joys, alternately mourning death (the title track) and celebrating life ("Beautiful Racket"). Whether her sound is more at home in Nashville or New York is entirely up to the listener.

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