Something for the weekend. We’ve Only Just Begun (1970) sung by the brother and sister duo of Richard and Karen Carpenter. It was the second million dollar single by the Carpenters and was considered by them to be their signature song. It was played endlessly on the radio in the Seventies but I never tired of hearing it. It has been said that personal suffering can lead to great art. I don’t buy that, but Karen Carpenter could be put forward as an example by a proponent of the theory, although I suspect that Miss Carpenter would have had a much happier, and much longer, life if she had never sung a note in public. Art sometimes demands far too much from an artist and that was certainly true in her case.