Lucy Kaplansky: Every Single Day

Singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky is a keen observor of the emotional ground people cross as they struggle with their lives and loves. On "Every Single Day," she sings heartfelt and delicately rendered songs of hope and sorrow, understanding and sometimes, redemption. Kaplansky, a former psychologist, has produced a CD that grows deeper with repeated listening. Included are covers of The Louvin Brothers, Julie Miller, Paul Brady and Steve Earle.
Every Single Day
Released: 9/11/2001
Genre: Americana
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Every Single Day
Lucy Kaplansky’s latest CD is filled with people struggling with – and occasionally untying – the emotional knots that bind their lives.
Writing with Rick
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A striking song about women who go after married and other unavailable men.
Broken Things
After hearing this song by Julie Miller, Kaplansky says she had to sing it.
Song for Molly
A snapshot of her grandmother’s last years, and women’s memories.
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