Karen Carpenter: 9 Unreleased Tracks [BEST Quality] + LOSTB
TIP: Right-click and select "Save link as.." to download video
Initializing link download.....
These tracks were digitized by GOOFUS KAC from a cassette tape on an iMac 15 years ago (in 2000).
- Our forever gratitude for this treasure!
Go directly to individual tracks:
(0:13) 01 Love Makin' Love To You
(3:39) 02 Don't Try To Win Me Back Again
(8:22) 03 Something's Missing
(13:14) 04 Keep My Lovelight Burning
(16:30) 05 Midnight
(20:50) 06 Jimmy Mack
(24:27) 07 I Do It For Your Love
(28:11) 08 Truly You
(31:29) 09 Last One Singing The Blues
(34:58) 10 It's Really You
ALL of these tracks have been previously uploaded by others; however, these copies are of the clearest audio quality, reflecting S.'s status as a premier collector. :-}
If you are a long-lost fan, just close your eyes, sit back, and let KC sing for you and remind you of your good ol' 'Yesterday Once More.'
Audio tracks from an early generation source courtesy of my dear friend S., Los Angeles. I'm forever grateful for your thoughtfulness and generosity, girl.
'Last One Singing The Blues' was released on 'Karen Carpenter' the solo album in 1996. It's the track that made this video unavailable on mobile devices as specified by UMG, the copyright owner. Sorry, folks. I should have left that track out.
Before you post opinions that you may have of Karen, Richard Carpenter, Phil Ramone, and A&M Records executives, we only ask that you take the time to feel for Karen in her desperate plight to explore and in her personal health struggle and just appreciate/cherish her rare and unique talents - because those are what is left of her. She has been gone more than 30 years but still continues to sing and comfort countless millions around the world every day. That is what a true legacy of a real artist offers. PLEASE give her due respect.
Therefore, any rude, demeaning, or disrespectful comments or personal attacks on the above-mentioned individuals will be removed.
Technical, biographical, or constructive comments on the contents, style, or quality of these tracks, as well as personal reflections, are most welcome.
No copyright infringement intended on photos and music.
Made for no profit.