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Make Believe Its Your First Time - Carpenters - Voice Of The Heart (Cassette, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Fesho </cite>
    Voice Of The Heart was the eleventh album by Carpenters and was released in October on A&M Records after Karen's death. The album was produced by Richard Carpenter and reached number 46 on the Billboard chart and contains Karen's last recorded song which was Now. There were two singles released from the album/5().
  • <cite class="fn">Dugrel </cite>
    (Bob Morrison; Johnny Wilson) Music City Music, Inc. ASCAP A&M single released: 10/4/83 Billboard #, 11/19/83 b/w Look To Your Dreams. Original Carpenters album mix: includes spoken intro – VOICE OF THE HEART LP and all CDs of this title – A ARTE DE CARPENTERS – A&M NEW GOLD SERIES VOL 1 () – A&M GOLD SERIES () and STARTRAX (AUS) – CARPENTERS .
  • <cite class="fn">Zudal </cite>
    Jun 17,  · My feelings towards 'Voice of the Heart' have evolved through the years. I enjoy it very much, but it still retains a sense of melancholy for me, as it was released so soon after Karen's passing. I really like every song on the album. Nothing drags it down, with the possible exception of 'Make Believe It's Your First Time'.
  • <cite class="fn">Nalkis </cite>
    Karen Carpenter's calm, pretty voice was the most distinctive element of their music, settling in perfectly amidst the precise, lush arrangements provided by her brother Richard. Though their popularity began to fade as the '70s progressed, the duo continued to make music together until Karen's tragic death in
  • <cite class="fn">Shagis </cite>
    Karen is superlative in her voice range as she performs Prime Time Love and Make Believe It's Your First Time. I can heartily recommend Voice of the Heart, as it compares favorably with previous albums by the Carpe nters and demonstrates the excellent skills an professionalism of this musical duo.
  • <cite class="fn">Dazahn </cite>
    The Carpenters were always different. In a world of glitter, glam, prog, rock and myriad styles of music they followed their own musical mantra, one where harmony, love of the old songs and melody.
  • <cite class="fn">Toshura </cite>
    State Of The Heart - Mary Chapin Carpenter. I originally bought this album on cassette when it first came out (, I believe). I loved it, and played it over and over again. But as things go, it eventually wound up on my lp/cassette/cd morgue shelf. Luckily, I rediscovered it last year (), and cannot stop playing it! What a fantastic body.
  • <cite class="fn">Salkis </cite>
    4. Make Believe It's Your First Time (Side A) 5. Two Lives (Side A) 6. At The End Of A Song (Side B) 7. Ordinary Fool (Side B) 8. Prime Time Love (Side B) 9. Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore (Side B) Look To Your Dreams (Side B).

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