Horizon is the sixth studio album by American musical duo Carpenters. It was recorded at A&M Studios (mainly in Studio "D" using t 24-track recording technology, 30 Dolby, and recorded at 30 inches per second)
Horizon is the sixth studio album by American musical duo Carpenters. It was recorded at A&M Studios (mainly in Studio "D" using t 24-track recording technology, 30 Dolby, and recorded at 30 inches per second). The Carpenters spent many hours experimenting with different sounds, techniques and effects.
Only Yesterday, 04:10. Please Mr. Postman, 02:52. I Can Dream, Can't I?, 05:00.
Now playing: Depeche Mode Enjoy the Silence. Ретро ФМ 90e. Lionel Richie Say You, Say Me.
Horizon was the Carpenters’ sixth studio album Only Yesterday was released in the US on March 14, 1975, and was Carpenters’ last Top 10 hit in the US. The song did extremely well throughout the world, reaching US UK
Horizon was the Carpenters’ sixth studio album. After five consecutive albums peaking inside the US top 5, Horizon broke this run by reaching US 13. The album has been certified PLATINUM by the RIAA for selling over a million copies and most likely will soon be certified DOUBLE PLATINUM. Only Yesterday was released in the US on March 14, 1975, and was Carpenters’ last Top 10 hit in the US. The song did extremely well throughout the world, reaching US UK Canada Germany Ireland New Zealand and Japan The song was also certified Gold in Japan and won the prestigious Japanese GRAND PRIX award in 1975.
The carpenters horizon 1975 vinyl lp a&M records desperado only yesterday. Carpenters Horizon 1975 LP SEALED NEW Mister Postman Only Yesterday Solitaire.
Horizon - Студийный альбом от Carpenters. В альбом вошло 22 треков. Carpenters - Rainy Days And Mondays. Продолжительность альбома: 01:17:14. DESPERADO ( Eagles ) cover by Kyra Keens. Carpenters - Desperado by 서휘.
Horizon" is easily the Carpenters most technically advanced album musically and Karen's most alarmingly intense vocal work of her entire career. Yet there are many other wonderful songs
Horizon" is easily the Carpenters most technically advanced album musically and Karen's most alarmingly intense vocal work of her entire career. Yet there are many other wonderful songs.
This version is printed by MacNeill Press Ltd; an almost identical release is printed by Robor Ltd - see Carpenters - Horizon. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout variant 1): AMLK 64530 A3 F.
Horizon was The Carpenters' sixth studio album recorded in 1974-1975
Horizon was The Carpenters' sixth studio album recorded in 1974-1975. The album contained such hits as "Only Yesterday", and "Please Mr. Postman", The Carpenters' third and last single on the Billboard Hot 100. This album was also the last Carpenters album to contain a top 10 hit. Horizon was received very well by fans and critics alike
Genre................: Soft Rock
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy
Total Size...........: 212 Mb
The Carpenters were one of the more ubiquitous and successful acts of the early and mid-'70s. Songs like "Close to You" and "Rainy Days and Mondays" make the shortlist of pop classics of the '70s. Unfortunately, their 1973 retrospective, 1969-1973, might have wrapped up their commercial careers too soon. This 1975 effort seems to be willing to explore sad emotions with the blithe songs appearing almost as an afterthought. Although it would sound the death knell for many efforts, with Karen Carpenter's pitch-perfect and sorrowful voice, it's actually a nice fit, and an emphasis on the duo's subtext. The beautifully arranged "Aurora" sets the album's ambience. "Eventide," a continuation of the melody and theme, shows up later in the album. The covers, "Desperado" and "Please Mr. Postman," have the duo adding nothing new to the tracks. A more convincing take on the standard "I Can Dream, Can't I?" was co-arranged and orchestrated by the legendary Billy May. The track, despite the depressing horn and backing vocal arrangement, has Carpenter's empathy and tone ringing clear. Another cover, "Solitaire" written by Neil Sedaka and Phil Cody, is melodramatic but a great match for Carpenter's voice. The originals, including "(I'm Caught Between) Goodbye and I Love You," are competent but not magical, and that fact diminishes the effort. Although some might be put off by the sorrow-or-bust ethos of this, Horizon gains its strength from strong production values and, of course, Karen Carpenter's singular gifts as an interpreter.
02. Only Yesterday
04. Please Mr. Postman
05. I Can Dream Can't I?
08. (I'm Caught Between) Goodbye And I Love You
09. Love Me For What I Am