This s the second and final part of the conversation with Susan Cattaneo about the writing of her latest album All Is Quiet. Susan is one of Boston’s best Americana singer-songwriters. You can also listen to the first part of this conversation in episode 41.
[03:10] – Let’s talk about the song Borrowed Blue, and discuss the mother-daughter bond.
[04:50] – Listening to a snippet of Borrowed Blue.
[05:47] – A discussion on the song Blackbirds, and the song’s origin.
[08:11] – The song wrote itself.
[10:06] – Sometimes you need to let go of an idea to get to an idea that fits the context.
[12:50] – Listening to a snippet of Blackbirds (special appearance by the Lonesome Seagull).
[14:05] – A discussion on the song Broken Things, and the process of co-writing a song.
[16:34] – What is the beautiful story behind Broken Things?
[19:12] – Listening to a snippet of Broken Things.
[21:18] – A discussion on the song Diamond Days, and the right to happiness.
[24:15] – Listening to a snippet of Diamond Days.
[26:38] – A discussion on the song No Hearts Here, and the connection to human rights.
[28:50] – Listening to a snippet of No Hearts Here.
[30:50] – A discussion on the song Hold Onto Hope, and how to organize song ideas.
[33:28] – Listening to a snippet of Hold Onto Hope.
[34:51] – A discussion on the song Follow, and following intuition.
[37:49] – A talk about mutual support.
[38:55] – Thank you and closing remarks.
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