BWana She No Home - Carpenters - Passage (CD, Album)

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  1. Comment: LP The Carpenters: Passage SP A&M Records Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Gatefold cover with lyrics inside; Track listing: B'Wana She No Home; All You Get From Love Is A Love Song; I Just Fall In Love Again; On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada / Don't Cry For Me Argentina (From The Opera ''Evita''); Sweet Sweet Smile; Two Sides; Man Smart /5(78).
  2. B'Wana She No Home Arranged By [Vocals] – Gene Perling* Congas – Jerry Steinholtz Electric Piano – Larry Muhoberac Music By, Lyrics By – Michael Franks Percussion – Tommy Vig, Wally Snow* Piano – Pete Jolly Tenor Saxophone, Flute [Alto] – Tom Scott: Carpenters: Passage ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) A&M Records: UICY
  3. Say b'wana she no home, say b'wana she no home Say b'wana she no hnme, say b'wana she no home Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Michael P. Franks. AZLyrics. C. The Carpenters Lyrics. album: "Passage" () B'wana She No Home. All You Get From Love Is A Love Song.
  4. B'Wana She No Home: All You Get From Love Is A Love Song: I Just Fall In Love Again: On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada / Don't Cry For Me Argentina (From The Opera "Evita") Sweet, Sweet Smile: Two Sides: Man Smart, Woman Smarter: Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft (The.
  5. Passage is the eighth studio album by American popular music duo the Carpenters. Released in , it produced the hit singles " All You Get from Love Is a Love Song ", " Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft " and " Sweet, Sweet Smile ".
  6. Mar 29,  · Also includes The Bacharach medley from the box set, Little Girl Blue, I do it for your love, B’wana She No Home, Stiil Crazy, and Last One Singin’ the Blues. A fun playlist. I really liked their jazzy side. One song that really gets me very emotional is the longer version of “Make It Easy on Yourself “ from the Music Music Music special.
  7. Jun 11,  · The subject of the recording of “B’wana She No Home” has received a lot of discussion lately on the forum. Is it mono? Is it stereo? If stereo, why so narrow? Why so muddy? Which also brought up the topic of the vinyl versions on the single and the PASSAGE album.
  8. This CD of eclectic music by the Carpenters first released in will surprise you. Many people remember the Carpenters from "Close To You" and "We've Only Just Begun". This CD represents a departure from the "typical" Carpenters sound.
  9. Passage is surprisingly ambitious, almost experimental by the standards of the Carpenters-- there are no Richard Carpenter-authored songs, a first for the duo, and what is here seems an almost conscious effort to sound different from their prior riebrilcinleditithedemaltelali.coinfo includes the ornate versions of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft," both arranged by Peter Knight.

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