The Carole King Songbook.
A sequel to Ace's two previous Gerry Goffin & Carole King songbook collections - the first, Goffin & King: A Gerry Goffin & Carole King Song Collection 1961-1967, arrived in 2007, while Something Good: From the Goffin & King Songbook, came in 2012 - Hung on You: More from the Gerry Goffin & Carole King Songbook covers the same era as its predecessors: the. '60s, when Goffin & King were reliable hitmakers and one of the few Brill Building teams to ease into the late '60s without a hitch.
Suzanne O. Davis recreates the sound and vibe of a 1970's Carole King concert experience following her legendary album, Tapestry. You will be transported back to the iconic image of her record breaking, multi-million selling album of 1971. For Booking Information Contact: Larry Carter Supreme Talent International 201-307-0604.
Music is the third album by American singer-songwriter Carole King. It is a continuation of the style laid down in Tapestry. The album was released in December 1971 and quickly rose to the top of the charts. It features songs such as "It's Going to Take Some Time" (US No. 12 by The Carpenters), "Sweet Seasons," a No. 9 hit for Carole King, and "Brother, Brother".
Carole King's Tapestry was the most unassuming blockbuster, an album that arrived with modest expectations-her previous solo album hadn't caused much of a stir-and stealthily became an album that defined its moment we. usicaficionado. The hit touring show CAROLE KING – The Songbook Of Her Life is making its way to the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre on Saturday 2nd July at . 0pm. Starring local gal, Michelle Brasier, along with Jessica Papst and Erin Herrmann Young, together with the Wonderland Avenue Band, this fabulous concert takes you on a journey through the life and songs of the legendary Carole King, fromTapestry and beyond.
The Carole King Songbook. A Beautiful Collection. I Believe in Loving You (Single). Playlist: The Very Best Of Carole King. Writer/Rhymes & Reasons.
Carole King Tapestry Pian. has been added to your Basket. Never quite realised at the time just how amazing this album is, at this point in Time Carole King was at the pinnacle of her writing career and gosh she had done well already. Her original of "You Make Me feel Like A Natural Woman" was without a doubt a real powerhouse of a song and then Aretha Franklin got hold of it and made it a classic of all time.
|A1||–Percy Faith & His Orchestra||Up On The Roof|
|A2||–Vikki Carr||So far away|
|A3||–Peter Nero||You've got a friend|
|A4||–Carol Burnett||It's Too Late|
|A5||–Don Ellis||I Feel The Earth Move|
|B1||–Steve Lawrence||Go Away Little Girl|
|B2||–Bobby Vinton||Some Kind Of Wonderful|
|B3||–The Association||Snow Queen|
|B5||–Blood, Sweat And Tears||Hi -De-Ho|