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Carrie Rodriguez goes to World Cafe

Monday, December 15, 2008 – Carrie Rodriguez will be on the World Cafe on Tuesday, Dec. 16. National Public Radio's World Cafe with host David Dye can be heard on nearly 200 stations nationwide.

Fans can listen online to the WXPN/Philadelphia stream Monday through Friday, 2pm to 4pm Eastern Standard Time by going to:

Rodriguez's new single in January, will be Absence, co-written with Mary Gauthier, from her album, "She Ain't Me." Rodriguez wrote or co-wrote all but one song on this album. Her co-writers included Gauthier, Gary Louris, Dan Wilson, and others. The album was produced by Malcolm Burn (Emmylou Harris, Kaki King).

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CD review - Lola There had to be some trepidation when 15 years into her career, Carrie Rodriguez decidedly emphasized her Latina heritage and incorporated several Spanish songs on her latest record. The Texas-born Rodriguez didn't grow up speaking Spanish (she picked it up from her ex-husband). Seven previous solo releases (two were live) and her early career collaboration with songwriter Chip Taylor, a Spanish-infused album seemed, well, foreign to an older audience comfortable with her fiddling and alt. ...
CD review - Give Me All You Got Given her remarkable apprenticeship in the company of veteran singer/songwriter Chip Taylor, and, following that, an acclaimed series of solo outings that brought stardom on her own, the bar was set exceptionally high for "Give Me All You Got." Her last release, "Love and Circumstance," found her taking a momentary detour via an impressive collection of covers, but even so, it makes her return to original material all the more auspicious. Fortunately, Rodriguez takes that ...
Despite having a respectable music past, Carrie Rodriguez is an artist without moorings. On All the Rain, recorded in 2003 with mentor Chip Taylor, Rodriguez sang, self-mockingly, "Didn't they tell you/There's something wrong with her accent?" On her fourth solo album, the accent - and perhaps the self-awareness that line betrayed - is all but gone, locked away in the vaults, presumably, until Rodriguez is ready to release a retrospective on her career. If she hasn't ...

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