Carpenters: The Musical Legacy

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Product Details
Price
$35.00  $32.55
Publisher
Princeton Architectural Press
Publish Date
Pages
344
Dimensions
8.92 X 11.2 X 1.28 inches | 3.92 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781648960727

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About the Author
Chris May is a longtime Carpenters expert and historian, a sixteen-year moderator and contributor for the popular online Carpenters discussion forum at A&M Corner, and a consultant, freelance music director, and arranger. He lives near Palm Springs, California, with his wife.

Mike Cidoni Lennox has been a nationally syndicated journalist for nearly 40 years and currently serves as a senior entertainment reporter for the Associated Press. He lives in suburban Los Angeles with his husband.
Reviews
""...a book based on hundreds of hours of interviews Richard gave to authors Mike Cidoni Lennox and Chris May. Crammed with photos, posters, programs, reviews and work schedules, it is intended as the definitive story of the 1970s recording stars."
- Reuters,


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""It has the heft and visual history of a coffee table book, but it's also a nearly note-for-note musical biography of the pair that goes back to their childhood lives in New Haven, Connecticut, where Richard Carpenter found the seeds of the group's sound in his father's records and a toy jukebox."
- Associated Press ,


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""Fans who know their songs by heart will welcome "Carpenters: The Musical Legacy."...Pictured throughout the book are treasures from Mr. Carpenter's collection....The most touching photographs are those of his sister, candid shots that show her deep in concentration or smiling radiantly."
- The Wall Street Journal,


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""Coffee table sized, close to 400 pages, littered with previously unseen photographs (the majority in color), ephemera, it's a design super-show....Like their music, it's a book for marveling at, photo after photo after photo, everything from the most casual backstage or studio setting to album cover out-takes, foreign 45 sleeves, TV appearances, the lot."
- Goldmine,


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