Back in the 1970's, The Carpenters (from New Haven, Connecticut) were, without question, a colossal pop-music sensation from coast to coast (and beyond). In their 14-year career together (as a brother and sister duo) Richard and Karen's albums and singles (of easy-listening tunes) sold over 100 million copies, worldwide.
It was, in particular, Karen Carpenter's pitch perfect, contralto singing voice (which spanned 3 octaves) that won audiences over, and over again.
This "Yesterday Once More" compilation is a 2-disc set containing 26 of The Carpenters' most memorable tunes from the years between 1969-1983. Three of my very favourite songs are - For All We Know, We've Only Just Begun, and Solitaire.
*Note* - Sadly enough - In 1983, Karen Carpenter (33 at the time) died from heart failure due to a severe eating disorder known as anorexia nervosa.
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