Bruno said:I think "And When He Smiles" is a hidden track, because it was recorded in mono, not in stereo.
I like the song very much, too. In the booklet, Richard wrote, that the track comes from a live recording session at the BBC, London. I wonder, if there are any more songs from that recording session? If so, it would be great, if Richard would release them.
The guitar player for sure is not Tony Peluso, because to my knowledge he joined the Carpenters Band not before 1972 for the recording of "Goodbye To Love".
Not sure whether a video clip of it is still up anywhere, but there is a RealAudio file and photo from the Grease Medley online. What a Bronxish accent Karen has there! Hard to believe Sandra Dee and the woman singing "And When He Smiles" are one and the same.Rick1229 said:About a year ago I viewed a clip of the Carpenters doing a live performance of "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee". Karen had a wig on, and was padded heavily to look like a big busted woman. It was quite humurous. Does anybody know where to find this clip, I'd like to view it again.