Yesterday Once More: The Carpenters Reader by Randy L. SchmidtYesterday Once More: The Carpenters Reader by Randy L. Schmidt

Yesterday Once More: The Carpenters Reader

byRandy L. Schmidt

Paperback | October 1, 2012

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With a string of number-one hits showcasing Karen Carpenter's warm and distinctive vocals and Richard Carpenter's sophisticated compositions and arrangements, the Carpenters were responsible for some of the most popular music of the 1970s, and this compendium collects more than 50 articles, interviews, essays, reviews, and reassessments that chronicle the lives and career of this brother-sister musical team. Writings from pop journalists and historians such as Daniel J. Levitin, John Tobler, Digby Diehl, Ray Coleman, Robert Hilburn, and Lester Bangs provide insight into the music and personalities of the duo who produced such timeless pop music. From serious musical analyses of the Carpenters’ arrangements to lighter pieces in which Karen and Richard discuss dating, cars, and high school, this new edition has been revised and expanded to include nearly a dozen additional pieces, some of which have never been published.

Randy L. Schmidt teaches music in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He served as creative consultant for several television documentaries on the Carpenters, including the E! True Hollywood Story, A&E’s Biography, and VH1’s Behind the Music. He is the author of Little Girl Blue: The Life of Karen Carpenter. He lives in Denton, Texas.
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Title:Yesterday Once More: The Carpenters ReaderFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:October 1, 2012Publisher:Chicago Review PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1613744145

ISBN - 13:9781613744147

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“It’s a good resource for Carpenters fans, allowing you to watch the duo’s story unfold and see how the duo’s legacy has been re-evaluated since Karen’s tragic death.” —Goldmine