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9 thoughts on “ (Want You) Back In My Life Again - Carpenters - Made In America (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Oct 13,  · BUY THE ORIGINAL! I just played this back to back with an original. Carpenters are my favorite artist of all time despite being born in The g Version for Made In America sounds very compressed/digital vs the Original pressing. Its literally Night and Day. This is definitely the worst of all the repressings/5().
  2. Lyrics By – John Bettis Music By – Richard Carpenter Percussion – Karen Carpenter Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Jay Dee Maness: A2: Strength Of A Woman Backing Vocals – Carolyn Dennis, Maxine Waters Willard*, Stephanie Spruill Written-By – Juanita Curiel, Phyllis Brown: A3 (Want You) Back In My Life Again/5(78).
  3. BUY THE ORIGINAL! I just played this back to back with an original. Carpenters are my favorite artist of all time despite being born in The g Version for Made In America sounds very compressed/digital vs the Original pressing. Its literally Night and Day. This is definitely the worst of all the repressings.
  4. 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 ," which was made.
  5. (Want You) Back in My Life Again was the second single released from the Carpenters‘ album Made in America.. The song peaked at #72 on the Billboard Hot and #14 on Billboard’s Adult.
  6. Nov 17,  · Final album () produced before Karen's tragic death, which is enough to cause an overflow of tears. A pleasing mix of tempos and keys, including "Touch Me When We're Dancing" & "Want You Back in My Life". Recommended addition to the music library of any fan of the Carpenters/5().
  7. I want you back in my life again I don't want to be your remember when I want you back in my life again Let's go back to the place where it all began I've lived long enough with your memory Now I know that I need you here with me There was a time I thought I had it made But I didn't see the price I had paid And the price gets higher ev'ry day.
  8. Final album () produced before Karen's tragic death, which is enough to cause an overflow of tears. A pleasing mix of tempos and keys, including "Touch Me When We're Dancing" & "Want You Back in My Life". Recommended addition to the music library of any fan of the Carpenters.

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