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  1. Goltikinos says:
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  2. Diramar says:
    Aug 20,  · Now & Then - En un concierto realizado en , los Carpenters introdujeron una serie de Medleys con temas de otros artistas ya conocidos, pero .
  3. Zolozil says:
    Jan 03,  · In the song "Yesterday Once More (Reprise)", I think than Karen should have sung "When I was young I listened to the radio (chorus: Every sha la la la every woah woah woah) When I was young I listened to the radio (chorus: Every sha la la la every woah woah woah)" & fade out!!!
  4. Sam says:
    The song “Yesterday Once More” appeared on the original vinyl of NOW AND THEN in a slightly stripped-down state from the way it ultimately sounded as a single and on compilations in later years. It’s been theorized that because of time pressures to get the album out, the .
  5. JoJoll says:
    One of the earliest albums he taped was Carpenters' (not The Carpenters) Now and Then (), which was a unique LP in the recording history of siblings Karen and Richard Carpenter. Side 1 was.
  6. Yozshulkis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 8-Track Cartridge release of Now & Then on Discogs.
  7. Daisar says:
    Now & Then is the fifth studio album by American music duo Carpenters, released on May 1, It reached No. 2 on the Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart on July 21, and ranked No. 20 on the Cash Box year-end pop albums chart. The title, suggested by Karen and Richard's mother Agnes, was taken from a leftover song that did not appear on the album.
  8. Zolodal says:
    Dec 28,  · Now And Then was released in May of and is considered by many fans to be the duo's last album with the “classic” Carpenters sound. I’m inclined to agree. It featured two of their biggest hits, “Sing,” (#3, ) and the Carpenter-penned song about the early’s “oldies” resurgence, “Yesterday Once More,” (#2, ), which became their biggest selling single, worldwide.

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