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"Unquestionably, the definitive historical recalling of the Carpenters . . . . Like the Carpenters' music, Schmidt's book about them delivers brilliantly, combining the talents of a gifted editor, the dedication of a devoted fan, and the admirable work of the writers he chose." —New England Entertainment Digest
Randy L. Schmidt teaches music in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He served as creative consultant for several television documentaries on the Carpenters, including the E! True Hollywood Story, A&E’s Biography, and VH1’s Behind the Music. He is the author of Little Girl Blue: The Life of Karen Carpenter. He lives in Denton, Texas.
Being a long-time Carpenter's fan, I loved this book alot! I have never seen or read many of these press releases and interviews before. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jay Usher
Randy Schmidt did a fantastic job highlighting the Carpenters. I also loved Little Girl Blue, a book also written by him. I suggest reading both. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jennifer L. SPurr
I greatly enjoyed this selection of articles about Carpenters, some praising and some critical. Highly recommended!Published 22 days ago by Susan A. Santo
Yesterday Once More: The Carpenters Reader ...book by Randy L. Schmidt. He does a great job of telling the true story of such a great singer and her life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lois L Hauenstein
A disappointing and shallow insight into The Carpenters.Reliant on others opinions it is a disjointed ,and often repeated summary of events.Published 3 months ago by Graham F Evans
I like all the interviews and new material. But it does repeat itself. It's nice to read interviews that Karen gave. I get tired of listening to Richard.Published 13 months ago by Patti Jacko
I did not finish it , it was not personal at all.....The book was about different business people that knew the Carpenters....Boring...Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer