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05/10/2012

Grammy Award winning American songstress Mary Chapin Carpenter picks her final two songs in the 'Tracks Of My Years' beginning with a seminal sixties anthem from Bob Dylan which invariably features at the top of 'Most Important Song Of All Time' polls. Mary also chooses one of James Taylor's most critically praised compositions which has become one of his most enduring songs. There's another track from the Album Of The Week, the love song dedications and the Friday round of PopMaster. On Sunday, October 7th Mary Chapin Carpenter will be inducted into The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and her latest album 'Ashes and Roses' is out now.

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2 hours, 30 minutes

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Fri 5 Oct 2012 09:30

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