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  • Performer: Mary-Chapin Carpenter
  • Title: The Hitchhiker College Radio Saga 3
  • Genre: Audio recs / World
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Interview, Public Broadcast, Country
  • MP3 album: 1111 mb
  • FLAC album: 1882 mb
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Mary-Chapin Carpenter - The Hitchhiker College Radio Saga 3 album FLAC

State Of The Heart (Album). Columbia Records, CBS Records Inc. Europe. Vendi questa versione. The Hitchhiker College Radio Saga 2 ‎(LP, Promo, Transcription).

Carpenter spent several years singing in Washington, . clubs before signing in the late 1980s with Columbia Records, who marketed her as a country singer. Carpenter's first album, 1987's Hometown Girl, did not produce any singles, although 1989's State of the Heart and 1990's Shooting Straight in the Dark each produced four Top 20 hits on the Billboard country singles charts.

According to Songfacts, Carpenter had a fairly privileged upper middle class upbringing. Her father was at least partly responsible for her embarking on a musical career. The song "House of Cards" was inspired by the divorce of her parents when she was sixteen.

Passionate Kisses" is a song that was written and recorded by singer Lucinda Williams for her 1988 eponymous album. Released in January 1993, "Passionate Kisses" it was the third single from Carpenter's album Come On Come On. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in March 1993

After recording a demo tape, she was signed to Columbia Records in 1987, releasing her debut studio album Hometown Girl shortly thereafter. In June 1989, Carpenter's second studio album State of the Heart was issued, which transitioned more towards country music.


1 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Dialogue Featuring "Down at the Twist and Shout" 7:40
2 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing Darden Smith Interview Featuring "Midnight Train" 7:48
3 Shawn Colvin You're Gonna Miss Me When I Go 4:32
4 Shawn Colvin Interviewing Indigo Girls Interview Featuring "Southland in the Springtime" 6:45
5 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing Rodney Crowell Interview Featuring "Stay (Don't Be Cruel) 8:10
6 Mary-Chapin Carpenter*, Chet Atkins / Mark Knopfler Dialogue Featuring "Poor Boy Blues" 4:12
7 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing Rosanne Cash Interview Featuring "I Want A Cure" 8:00
8 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing Don Henry Interview Featuring "White House Keys" 6:48
9 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing The Radiators Dialog Featuring "Molasses" 3:44
10 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Interviewing Tommy Conwell And The Young Rumblers Dialog Featuring "Didn't Want to Sing the Blues" 3:38
11 Mary-Chapin Carpenter* Program Promos by Various Hitchhiker Artists 1:26


  • Art Direction – Bill Johnson
  • Design – Rollow Welch
  • Engineer – Dan Kellerby, Jerry Hernandez
  • Executive-Producer – James V. Carlson*, Tom Murray
  • Hosted By – Mary-Chapin Carpenter*
  • Photography By [Cover] – Empire Studio
  • Producer – Ron Hunstman Entertainment Marketing
  • Producer [Associate] – Dave Walton
  • Voice [Bubba Ray] – James Gregory
  • Voice [Milton], Script By – Clark Parsons
  • Voice [Plinky] – Jack Lameier


The CD Includes only two tracks. Tracks 1-10 play as one track but are listed in the booklet as separate tracks with timings. Track 11 actually plays as the second track and features brief promos.

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