Album by The Carpenters

Passage is one of the few albums without The Carpenters' logo.

Recorded 1977
Released September 23, 1977
Length 39:35
Genre(s) Pop
Producer(s) The Carpenters
Record label A&M Records
Albums by The Carpenters

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A Kind of Hush (1976)

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Made in America (1981)

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You could start by saying that this new Carpenters album is the most daring, innovative, surprising, serendipitous and satisfying one they've yet made.

Tom Nolan, Passage (1977)

Passage is The Carpenters' eighth studio album. Known for being one of their most eclectic albums, Passage contains songs from different genres, ranging from mainstream 1970s pop, to the country "Sweet, Sweet Smile", to their interesting "Man Smart, Woman Smarter" and "B'wana She No Home".

Track listing Edit

Side one
  1. "B'wana She No Home"
  2. "All You Get from Love Is a Love Song"
  3. "I Just Fall in Love Again"
  4. "On the Balcony of the Casa Rosada/Don't Cry for Me Argentina"
Side two
  1. "Sweet, Sweet Smile"
  2. "Two Sides"
  3. "Man Smart, Woman Smarter"
  4. "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem of World Contact Day)"

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