As you all probably know, Richard regrets having involvement in "the Karen Carpenter Story", made for TV movie. In the opening of that film, whilst Karen is being taken in to the ambulance, a credit comes up on the bottom of the screen saying "Music by Richard Carpenter". The movie features many Carpenters hits, album Cuts and previously unreleased songs.. But, there's something different about the songs. The vocals seem to have more of a "watery" sound (if that makes sense). They sound "tweaked", a bit more "sweet" It's almost as if Richard reworked / remixed songs for the movie, remixes that haven't appeared anywhere else. So this suggests that Richard was strongly behind this until it was released. This got me thinking.. Could Richard have been planning to release these songs from the movie perhaps as a soundtrack album. I could just picture it as an album. Here's the track list (in order of appearance and only the songs sung by the actual Karen not Cynthia Gibb): -Rainy Days And Mondays -Iced Tea -All Of My Life -You'll Love Me -Don't Be Afraid -Eve -(They Long To Be) Close To You -We've Only Just Begun (this one sounds really stripped back, perhaps even an alternative version than was not the final released take) -Love Is Surrender -Superstar -A Song For You -Karen's Theme -Fun, Fun, Fun -You're The One -instrumental song I do not recognize whilst Karen exercises -Top Of The World -For All We Know -This Masquerade -Where Do I Go From Here? -Now -A Song For You (Reprise) Any Thoughts?