℗ 1980 Warner Records Inc
 

Come Upstairs

Carly Simon

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1
Come Upstairs
Carly Simon
4:18
2
Stardust
Carly Simon
4:13
3
Them
Carly Simon
3:44
4
Jesse
Carly Simon
4:15
5
James
Carly Simon
2:28
6
In Pain
Carly Simon
6:10
7
The Three of Us in the Dark
Carly Simon
4:14
8
Take Me as I Am
Carly Simon
4:50
9
The Desert
Carly Simon
4:44
Total Playing Time    38:56
Come Upstairs is the singer-songwriter Carly Simon's ninth studio album, released in 1980. It was the first of her three albums for Warner Bros. Records and it has a harder, more rock-oriented sound than her previous albums.

Whereas those earlier records were prime examples of the singer-songwriter genre, with soft-rocking arrangements primarily built around piano and/or acoustic guitar accompaniment, Come Upstairs uses electric guitars and synthesizers prominently.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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