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Album: Passage
# Song Title   Time
1)    B'wana She No Home Album Version More Info... 5:35
2)    All You Get From Love Is A Love Song Album Version More Info... 3:46
3)    I Just Fall In Love Again Album Version More Info... 4:05
4)    On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada/Don't Cry For Me Argentina Album Version More Info... 8:13
5)    Sweet, Sweet Smile Album Version More Info... 3:02
6)    Two Sides Album Version More Info... 3:28
7)    Man Smart Woman Smarter Album Version More Info... 4:21
8)    Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem Of World Contact Day) Album Version More Info... 7:06
 

Album: Passage
# Song Title   Time
1)    B'wana She No Home Album Version More Info... 5:35
2)    All You Get From Love Is A Love Song Album Version More Info... 3:46
3)    I Just Fall In Love Again Album Version More Info... 4:05
4)    On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada/Don't Cry For Me Argentina Album Version More Info... 8:13
5)    Sweet, Sweet Smile Album Version More Info... 3:02
6)    Two Sides Album Version More Info... 3:28
7)    Man Smart Woman Smarter Album Version More Info... 4:21
8)    Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem Of World Contact Day) Album Version More Info... 7:06
 
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  • The Carpenters: Richard Carpenter (vocals, acoustic & electric pianos, keyboards); Karen Carpenter (vocals, drums).
  • Additional personnel: Dennis Heath, William Feuerstein, Jonathan Marks (vocals); Lee Ridenour, Jay Graydon (acoustic guitar); Tony Peluso, Ray Parker, Jr. (electric guitar); Vince Charles (steel guitar); Larry McNealy (banjo); Bobby Bruce (fiddle); Gayle Levant (harp); Tom Scott (flute, tenor saxophone); Earl Dumler (oboe); Jackie Kelso (tenor saxophone); David Luell, Kurt McKettrick (baritone saxophone); Pete Jolly, Tom Hensley, Leon Russell (piano); Larry Muhoberac (electric piano); Joe Osborn (bass); Ron Tutt, Ed Green (drums); Jerry Steinholtz, King Erickson (congas); Wally Snow, Tommy Vig (percussion); Julia Tillman, Carlena Williams, Maxine Willard, Gregg Smith Singers (background vocals).
  • Engineers: Ray Gerhardt, Roger Young, Dave Iveland.
  • Includes liner notes by Tom Nolan.
  • Digitally remastered by Richard Carpenter.
  • Personnel: Tony Peluso (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards); Richard Carpenter (vocals, tack piano, keyboards, synthesizer, background vocals); Karen Carpenter (vocals, drums, background vocals); Maxine Willard Waters, Carlena Williams (vocals, background vocals); Julia Tillman Waters (vocals); Lee Ritenour (guitar, acoustic guitar); Ray Parker, Jr. (guitar); Jay Graydon (acoustic guitar); Jay Dee Maness (steel guitar); Larry McNeely (banjo); Gayle Levant (harp); Bobby Bruce (violin); Earl Dumler (oboe, wind); Jackie Kelso (saxophone, tenor saxophone); David Luell, Kurt McGettrick (saxophone, baritone saxophone); Tom Scott (tenor saxophone, wind); Gayle LaVant (horns); Tom Hensley (piano, tack piano); Leon Russell, Pete Jolly, Larry Muhoberac (piano); Vince Charles (drums, steel drum); Ed Greene, Ron Tutt (drums); Jerry Steinholtz (congas, percussion); Wally Snow, Tommy Vig (percussion).
  • Liner Note Author: Tom Nolan.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Tony Peluso.
  • Arranger: Richard Carpenter .
  • Easily the strangest item in the Carpenters' extensive catalogue, 1977's PASSAGE was a concerted effort to steer away from the siblings' public image as purveyors of easy-listening pop. All of the Carpenters' albums feature examples of Karen's stunning interpretive powers. The songs covered here include "B'wana She No Home," Andrew Lloyd Webber's "On the Balcony of the Casa Rosada/Don't Cry For Me Argentina," reggae standard "Man Smart, Woman Smarter," and--perhaps most bizarrely--a straight-forward cover of Klaatu's just plain weird "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft." Somehow this final oddity managed to become a top-ten hit! The album was remastered by Richard Carpenter in 1998 as part of a general overhaul of the Carpenters' A&M catalogue. A limited-edition Japanese version features 32-bit digital remastering and an LP-style slipcase.
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