Monday, 27 August 2018

Carpenters - Gold - Greatest Hits (2002) DVD5

This DVD brings you the first-ever collection of Carpenters videos, featuring their #1 songs (They Long to Be) Close to You; Top of the World , and Please Mr. Postman plus their Top 10 hits We've Only Just Begun; Superstar; Rainy Days and Mondays , and nine more. Great remastered sound and video!. The VHS/Beta Yesterday Once More was released in 1985, shortly after Karen Carpenter's death in 1983. The tape was repackaged as a DVD in 2002 under the name Gold: Greatest Hits, and the DVD contains all the videos from Yesterday Once More. It's a measure of the ongoing popularity of Karen and Richard Carpenter that the 2002 release of this video collection in DVD format comes nearly 20 years after Karen's death. The duo's heyday mostly preceded the MTV age, so this 15-song, 55-minute anthology is a bit of a visual hodgepodge, composed of still photos, footage from TV shows and concerts, promo clips. You'll see an array of bad haircuts and outfits and a whole lot of lip-syncing, but in the end, it's the music that counts. And the Carpenters' signature sound, with its brilliant arrangements, its lush harmonies, and Karen's exquisite alto voice, was easy-listening pop at its finest. If nothing else, Carpenters: Gold offers another chance to hear that music in all its glory.

Year of manufacture: April 2002
Country: EU /US
Genre: Pop
Label: A&M Records
Duration: 0:55:10
Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD Video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio: Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 224Kbps

1."We've Only Just Begun" – from a Bob Hope special from 1973
2."Those Good Old Dreams" – promotional video
3."Superstar" – from a concert from 1971
4."Rainy Days and Mondays" – from a Desert Inn performance in Las Vegas from 1971[2]
5."All You Get from Love Is a Love Song" – promotional video
6."Top of the World" – from The Carpenters' Very First TV Special; air date: December 8, 1976
7."Ticket to Ride" – from "Something Else"; air date: March 2, 1970
8."Only Yesterday" – shot in A&M Studios (Part I) and Huntington Library Gardens (Part II)
9."Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" – most likely from Starparade
10."Beechwood 4-5789" – promotional video
11."Touch Me When We're Dancing" – promotional video
12."Hurting Each Other" – shot at A&M Studios in 1972
13."Please Mr. Postman" – shot at Disneyland in 1975
14."There's a Kind of Hush (All Over the World)" – from a concert in Osaka in 1976
15."(They Long to Be) Close to You" – from Make Your Own Kind of Music

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