- Track 23 Originally Released as Columbia Records Single 4-45622 in 1972
- Tracks 1-22 Originally Produced By: Dick Glasser
- Track 23 Produced By: Snuff Garrett
- Compilation Produced By: Jeff James
- Reissue Liner Notes: Vito P. Cifaldi, III
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album #1: Columbia Records C 30662 (1971)
- Original Album #2: Columbia Records C 31040 (1971)
Description by OLDIES.com:
These two albums, originally released by Columbia in 1971, contain hits such as "I'll Be Home" (Top 10 Adult Contemporary and Billboard Top 100 Hits list), "Six Weeks Every Summer" (Top 40 AC hit) and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." Also includes the Snuff Garrett-produced "Cabaret (Single Version)" as a bonus track, previously released as a single by Columbia Records in 1972.
- 1.I've Never Been A Woman Before
- 2.If You Could Read My Mind
- 3.I'll Be Home
- 4.If I Were Your Woman
- 5.I Keep It Hid
- 6.Six Weeks Every Summer (Christmas Every Other Year)
- 8.Ain't No Mountain High Enough
- 9.One Less Bell To Answer
- 10.(Where Do I Begin)Love Story
- 11.For All We Know
- 13.I Can't Give Back The Love I Feel For You
- 14.The Night They DroveOld Dixie Down
- 15.How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
- 16.Spanish Harlem
- 17.Loving Him Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
- 18.So Far Away
- 19.I'd Do It All Again
- 21.I'm Gonna Love You
- 22.Crazy Love
- 23.Cabaret (Single Version) (Bonus Track)
2 LPs on 1 CD: LOVE STORY (1971)/SUPERSTAR (1971).
Originally released on Columbia Records.
Liner Note Author: Vito P. Cifaldi III.
Recording information: 07/10/1970-04/24/1972.
Originally released on Columbia, these two Vikki Carr albums zero in on easy listening versions of popular love songs from the '60s and early '70s. The rather formulaic treatments work best on the well-known compositions of the period, especially "If You Could Read My Mind," "For All We Know," and "So Far Away." Not an essential purchase for casual listeners, but fans who have been waiting for Carr's LPs to make the switch to CD will appreciate it, along with the attached mid-line price. ~ Al Campbell