Live at the Palladium (The Carpenters album)

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Live at the Palladium
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Live album by Carpenters
Released January 1, 1977
Recorded November 27, 1976
Genre Pop
Length 40:36
Label A&M
Producer Richard Carpenter/Associate Producer - Karen Carpenter
Carpenters chronology
A Kind of Hush
(1976)
Live at the Palladium
(1977)
Passage
(1977)

Live at the Palladium is a live album by American music duo Carpenters. It was recorded during a week of live concerts at the London Palladium in November 1976. No singles were released from the album, although it reached number 28 on the UK Albums Chart.[1] On the cover of the record, Karen is wearing the same dress as in The Carpenters' Very First Television Special. The album was remastered and reissued in the 1980s on the budget Pickwick music label and went Gold in the UK.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Flat Baroque" (R. Carpenter) – 1:33
  2. "There's a Kind of Hush" (Les Reed, Geoff Stephens) – 2:16
  3. "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" (Hank Williams) – 2:51
  4. Medley – 5:34
    1. "Piano Picker" (Randy Edelman)
    2. "Strike Up the Band" (G & I Gershwin)
    3. "S'Wonderful" (G & I Gershwin)
    4. "Fascinatin' Rhythm" (G & I Gershwin)
  5. "Warsaw Concerto" (Richard Addinsell) – 6:35
  6. "From This Moment On" (Cole Porter) – 2:11

Side two[edit]

  1. Medley – 15:44
    1. "(They Long to Be) Close to You" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)
    2. "For All We Know" (Fred Karlin, Robb Wilson, Arthur James)
    3. "Top of the World" (R. Carpenter, John Bettis)
    4. "Ticket to Ride" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)
    5. "Only Yesterday" (R. Carpenter, John Bettis)
    6. "I Won't Last a Day Without You" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
    7. "Hurting Each Other" (Peter Udell, Gary Geld)
    8. "Superstar" (Leon Russell, Bonnie Bramlett)
    9. "Rainy Days and Mondays" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
    10. "Goodbye to Love" (R. Carpenter, John Bettis)
  2. "We've Only Just Begun" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols) – 3:52

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