:-/Good song. I gave it 4 stars. It has very good rythim, and easy on the ears. R. and K.'s harmony is as always very well done. I was delightfully surprised when Rod Stewart came out with his version since I never had heard anyone besides the C's sing it. I like the C's version better mainly cuz I really like R. Stewart , but Love the C's!!. I like the country flavor to it.
Post by BethMosior on Oct 15, 2005 12:37:31 GMT -5
:oWOW this song really brought out Karen's wishful , soulful, sad sound, with alittle bit of a county western feel in the music from Richard I just feel like I wanted to get right in there and giver her a hug, and say it will be alright
I gave this one 4 stars. It is a great song, though not up to some of the classics.
This song has a great country flair and light heartedness about it. Karen's reading is just right and the music is upbeat. A strong and memorable song...alothough I hate it when Rod Stewart sang it a few years back, but that is my opinion!
Post by Prisoner_Walking on Feb 18, 2006 10:01:24 GMT -5
Pleasant, but doesn't really excite me like alot of other Carpenters tracks. Richard himself said somewhere that he would have added a steel guitar to the arrangement if he'd thought about it at the time. 3 Stars. L
Post by YesterdayOnceMore on Oct 6, 2006 11:59:22 GMT -5
I like this song, but it's never been one of my faves. I don't skip it when it comes on, and usually sing along with it, but for some reason, it just doesn't say "Carpenters" to me. However, that having been said, when listening to it last night, I did notice how beautiful the harmony parts are. It's a fun listen, though like I said, never been one of those I considered "strong."
"....all my best memories come back clearly to me, some can even make me cry...just like before, it's Yesterday Once More...."