Hello captstraight! This is actually the first party of this sort I have been to,but it seems like a general get together and discussion of various things, like at most parties, but I'm sure the attention will to some degree be to The Carpenters throughout the evening. Tim, actually it hasn't been cold at all here yet- still rode to work in shorts a couple days last week.
Post by sunnybunny on Nov 17, 2007 20:28:22 GMT -5
They are good songs.Marie is looking good.I saw all 100 Osmonds and I heard Marie sing Paper Roses and that was it for me.I have Donny's Love Songs of the 70s cd and Marie's Magic of Christmas cd,the one I just listed the tracks for.All the songs on both albums are very good.
Rick sorta set the "mood" with his suggestion of "Sweet, Sweet Smile". The only "big" album I have is the Gold collection, along with Christmas Collection. Funny thing is, last year I saw those cardboard foldout stands loaded with "Christmas Portrait", which is OK, but "Collection" has all of their Christmas songs...some of the more obscure ones are beginning to become standards, but they aren't on "Portrait".
"Warriors get the glory, but it's engineers who build societies."[br]B'Elanna Torres, "Star Trek Voyager"[br]I'll know where I'm going when I get there.
Post by captstraight on Nov 17, 2007 20:31:34 GMT -5
Im from Illinois and I like all kinds of music the carpenters as well I grew up watching the carpenters show each week back in the good old days when we had shows with entertainers who sang like the carpenters, bobby goldsboro, Mack Davis and other variety shows you know what I mean!
Post by sunnybunny on Nov 17, 2007 20:33:56 GMT -5
Yeah,I love anything from the 70s.The Carol Burnett Show is one of favorite shows from the 70's along with The Donny and Marie Show.My mom likes stuff from the 70s,she is a fan of Andy Gibb and the Bee Gees,and I guess I got my interest in 70s things from her.
Sunnybunny, I bet Max is a cute little dog and very happy to be in your home. By the way, don't get discouraged by the lack of recognition for the work you do with your forum- keep working on it, and enjoy it, and people (at least, most people) will come to see the value in what you do and more importantly, in who you are.