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Another common element — one that fits well in Harris’ rich catalog — is the story song.
“But we thought that since we advertised the whole record, we should work it up.” After that album set, Harris and Lanois played a pair of songs off Acadie – “The Maker” and “Still Water,” the latter of which is included in the reissue’s session outtakes – and then a handful of songs she’s done for years, such as her own “Boulder to Birmingham” and, with Lanois and Wilson on harmony vocals, an a cappella version of the traditional folk tune “Calling My Children Home.” Around the time Harris stopped to explain how she and Lanois had come together on this project, she also remarked how grateful she was “for all the all people who found and loved this record.” Judging by the adoring response that music received here, the love and gratitude flow both ways, from artist to audience and back again.
Today’s song is a charming tribute to the unifying power of music.
After the success of their first album, Swedish duo First Aid Kit returned to the studio with new confidence and vision. The song is a first-person narrative, with the singer pondering dark weather and romantic tension.
A strong thread that runs through the album is a celebration of spirituality.
While never overtly religious, Harris has touched on spiritual themes before; Lanois’ work — especially with U2 and Dylan — has featured similar conceits.