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Some Kind of Lonely Clown (ebook)
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SOME KIND OF LONELY CLOWN: THE MUSIC, MEMORY, AND MELANCHOLY LIVES OF KAREN CARPENTER by Joel Samberg
The popularity of the Carpenters—Karen in particular—has never really waned. In fact, when you consider the online presence, documentaries, tributes and other projects, you might even say that an unofficial Carpenters revival has been brewing for years. Many remember the velvety voice that
helped the Carpenters sell 100 million records, but not everyone knows that beyond the gifted singer was also a love-starved romantic, conflicted sister, obedient daughter, unpredictable jester, modest millionaire, optimistic
dreamer, wannabe mother, emotional wreck, generous friend, and melancholy clown. How is it that someone whose stardom lasted just a dozen years, and who might have given it all up in a heartbeat, is still so beloved and still fascinates more than three decades after her untimely death?