Category: DEFAULT

I Believe You - Carpenters - Made In America (CD, Album)

Label: A&M Records - UICY-3018,Universal International - UICY-3018 • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal
I Believe You - Carpenters - Made In America (CD, Album)

Credits. Acoustic Guitar – Tim May (tracks: 1, 3 to 7, 10) Arranged By – Richard Carpenter (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10) Art Direction – Chuck Beeson, Jeff Ayeroff *. Backing Vocals – Karen Carpenter (tracks: 1 to 9), Richard Carpenter (tracks: 1 to 9) Bass – Joe Osborn.

Made In America. Label: A&M Records – 2. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Country: Europe. Released:

After a several-year break, Carpenters tackled their next album MADE IN AMERICA for release in The single “Touch Me When We’re Dancing” managed to break into the top 20 (#16), something that hadn’t happened for the duo since “There’s A Kind Of Hush” managed a #12 five years ted Reading Time: 1 min.

 · Made in America. The Carpenters ' final album, Made in America, released after their two-year break from work, a period in which Karen Carpenter attempted a solo album and when Richard was incapacitated due to a drug problem, is very much a comeback effort, with a fair amount of energy on most of it, newly radiant arrangements ("The Wedding Song," etc.), one cute oldie cover ("Beechwood /10(66).

Featuring the Carpenters' last hit single, the lovely, string-laden "Touch Me When We're Dancing," MADE IN AMERICA was the siblings' final release before Karen Carpenter's tragic death in It had been four years since Karen and Richard's last album, PASSAGE, a solo album Karen had recorded in with producer Phil Ramone but unreleased until Brand: Imports.

Jealousy - BALLS (6) - Chameleon (CD, Album) Hiljainen Henkäys - Gospel Power - Suojatie (Vinyl, LP, Album) The Portals And Vortexes That Never Open Where Im At - Florida=Death - Post Information (Vinyl, Albu


  1. Made In America was the tenth album released by Carpenters. The album was released in June and reached number 52 on the Billboard chart. Produced by Richard Carpenter it was the duos first album for three years/5().

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *