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Now & Then
Album by The Carpenters
Now & Then

Front cover scan of The Carpenters' fifth album, Now & Then.

Recorded 1973
Released May 9, 1973
Length 37:51
Genre(s) Pop
Producer(s) Jack Daugherty & The Carpenters
Record label A&M Records
Albums by The Carpenters

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Now & Then was The Carpenters' studio album released on May 9, 1973. The whole first side, called "Now", was composed of more current covers and original songs. The whole second side, called "Then", was an oldies medley (with the exception of "Yesterday Once More") with guitarist Tony Peluso as its DJ.

The car pictured on the front was Richard's 1973 Ferrari GTB4 (Daytona). Since then, Richard has claimed to have sold it, although he regrets the decision. In 1995, he bought another Daytona that is currently in his car collection.[1]

Track listing Edit

Side one
  1. "Sing"
  2. "This Masquerade"
  3. "Heather"
  4. "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)"
  5. "I Can't Make Music"
Side two
  1. "Yesterday Once More"
  2. "Oldies Medley"
    • "Fun, Fun, Fun"
    • "The End of the World"
    • "Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)"
    • "Deadman's Curve"
    • "Johnny Angel"
    • "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes"
    • "Our Day Will Come
    • "One Fine Day"
  3. "Yesterday Once More (Reprise)"

References Edit

  1. http://www.richardandkarencarpenter.com/Auto-21%201973%20Ferrari%20GTB4%20(Daytona).htm

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