the third studio album by Australian singer Olivia Newton-John. It was originally released on 20 November 1973 as Music Makes My Day in the United Kingdom, by Pye International Records, and shortly after in Australia as Let Me Be There, which became its most recognizable name. In the United States and Canada, Let Me Be There was released with an alternative tracklist, combining songs from the original release with other tracks from Newton-John’s previous albums If Not for You and Olivia. […]
The American publication of the album by MCA Records used the cover art from Olivia’s 1972 LP record Olivia, which was not released by MCA.
With its bottom-heavy shapes, Charade mirrors the top-heavy lettering used for the artist’s name.