The Best Of The Carpenters 1980 A&M Records Readers Digest GCAR-A-048 UK 4PL boxed set Record One GCAR-A-1-048 Side A -Yesterday Once More -Superstar -Goodbye To Love -Please Mr. Postman -There's A Kind Of Hush -We've Only Just Begun Side B -Only Yesterday -(They Long To Be) Close To You -Top Of The World -For All We Know -Jambalaya (On The Bayou) -Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft Record 2 GCAR-A-2-048 Side A -I Need To Be In Love -Reason To Believe -Let Me Be The One -I Kept On Loving You -Happy -I Have You -I Won't Last A Day Without You Side B -Love Is Surrender -Love Me For What I Am -One Love -One Fine Day -I Can Dream Can't I? -I Just Fall In Love Again -Sweet, Sweet Smile Record 3 GCAR-A-3-048 Side A -Ticket To Ride -Breaking Up Is Hard To Do -All You Get From Love Is A Love Song -Rainy Days And Mondays -Help! -Don't Cry For Me Argentina Side B -Boat To Sail - (A Place To) Hideaway -Desperado -Solitaire - (I'm Caught Between) Goodbye And I Love You -Hurting Each Other -Can't Smile Without You Record 4 GCAR-A-4-048 Side A -A Song For You -Druscilla Penny -Sing -Flat Baroque -Mr. Guder -Maybe It's You -Sandy Side B -Bacharach/David Medley -It's Going To Take Some Time -Bless The Beast And Children -Piano Picker -Baby It's You -Saturday -You -Crystal Lullaby All Tracks are original album mixes, except * *Close To You (is the album version but fades just before 2nd round of "Waa's") *Top Of The World (1973 single version) *I Need To Be In Love (Single Version) *I Kept On Loving You (Clean Open) *One Fine Day (Separated, opening piano sounds to me slightly louder/more prominent) *Ticket To Ride (1973 version) *Don't Cry For Me Argentina (Separate, no On The Balcony of The...) *Solitaire (single mix, Possibly not 100% sure) Overall this is probably the best Carpenters LP box set. 60 Carpenters songs; It has almost every hit and a lot of album tracks. It has a variety of mixes (considering this is from 1980) All records are stored in padded sleeves and each have their own cover. On each cover is a photo cover with "The Best Of The Carpenters 1" or "2" ect. On the back of these covers is the track list for that record, the A&M and Readers Digest logos, and a biography is spread out over the 4LPs back covers at the top. The biography is Readers Digest by Stephen Barnard with approximately 2240 words. The 4LPs are housed in a thick, glossy, Red box with a photo of the duo and the Carpenters logo in a reflective gold print. The back of this box contains the 4 sets of track lists. I would definitely recommend this set, it has it all.... Plenty of songs and the packaging is one of the best I've seen even including Carpenters CDs.