Yesterday Once More (1984)

Disc 1:
1. Yesterday Once More
2. Hurting Each Other
3. Please Mr. Postman (single mix)
4. I Need to Be In Love
5. Make Believe It's Your First Time
6. Sing
7. Only Yesterday
8. Back In My Life Again
9. Ticket to Ride (1973 version)
10. Sweet Sweet Smile
11. I Won't Last a Day Without You (single version)
12. Now
13. For All We Know
14. Touch Me When We're Dancing
Disc 2:
1. Top of the World (1973 version)
2. Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft
3. Solitaire
4. On the Balcony of Casa Rosada/Don't Cry for Me Argentina
5. We've Only Just Begun
6. Those Good Old Dreams (original vinyl mix)
7. There's a Kind of Hush
8. Jambalaya
9. (They Long to Be) Close to You (single edit)
10. Superstar (1973 remix)
11. Rainy Days and Mondays (1973 remix)
12. Goodbye to Love (1973 remix)

UK release only

This British version of Yesterday Once More is somewhat different from the U.S. TV version. Part of that is the inclusion of songs from Voice of the Heart, and also the inclusion of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," complete with the "On the Balcony of Casa Rosada" starting the song.

What makes this 2-CD set unique is the inclusion of two mixes which are otherwise unavailable on CD -- the original single mix of "Please Mr. Postman," and the original vinyl mix of "Those Good Old Dreams." The mix of "Those Good Old Dreams" on the original vinyl LP of Made in America is different than the mix that has been used on the CD releases of that same album. The CD version contains less synthesizer and more percussion parts.

The "Superstar" "Rainy Days" and "Goodbye to Love" trilogy is the version from The Singles: 1969-973, with musical connections between each song. The version of "Ticket to Ride" here is the 1973 version, and "Top of the World" is the single version. The rest of the songs are the original album versions (which is somewhat unfortunate, as it would be very nice to get the single edit of "Calling Occupants" on CD someday).

As this CD came out a year before the U.S. CD of Yesterday Once More, it does not contain the 1985 remixes that appeared on that release.

Produced by Richard Carpenter, Karen Carpenter and Jack Daugherty

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