As with many recording artists, Carpenters’ output was supported with promotional advertisements that were placed in trade magazines like Billboard, Cashbox, etc. These ads generally appeared during the week that the promotional singles and albums were being sent to radio stations as an extra nudge to get programmers to play the new recorded works and then were never seen again, except to those who saved the magazines.
A&M Corner member Chris-An Ordinary Fool has been diligently retrieving these from various web archives and we thought they should be seen among the relevant pages of our site. Sometimes the artwork was inspired, and other times not-so-much. But they are all fun to look at. Thanks Chris!