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Paula Cole Discusses Songwriting: Stream the Nakedly Examined Music Interview On-line


This week’s Nakedly Examined Music podcast options the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Paula Cole. After backing Peter Gabriel within the early 90s on his Secret World tour, she had main hits with “I Don’t Need to Wait” (later the theme track of Dawson’s Creek) and “The place Have All of the Cowboys Gone.” She has launched ten studio albums since 1994.


On this podcast, you’ll hear 4 full songs with discussions of their particulars: “Blues in Grey” from Revolution (2019), “Father” from 7 (2015), and “Hush, Hush, Hush” from This Fireplace (1996), plus “Steal Away/Hidden in Plain Sight” from American Quilt (2021). Intro: “I Don’t Need to Wait,” additionally from This Fireplace. For extra, see paulacole.com.

After her hit-making, her model took a fairly sharp flip with the 1999 Amen album; right here’s “I Imagine in Love,” a disco tune from that. Her Revolution album has some way more straight political songs like its title monitor. She’s completed some jazz and folks covers together with her current American Quilt and Ballads album, like this tune. Right here she is stay in 1998 and a more moderen stripped-down look. She will nonetheless sing “I Don’t Need to Wait” with just about the identical tone, and in reality the model used to introduce the podcast is the artist’s re-recording, not the unique.

Photograph by Ebru Yildiz. Interview modifying by Tyler Hislop of Pixelbox Media.

Nakedly Examined Music is a podcast hosted by Mark Linsenmayer, who additionally hosts The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast, Fairly A lot Pop: A Tradition Podcast, and Philosophy vs. Improv. He releases music underneath the identify Mark Lint.



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