Carole King - The Early Years flac mp3
This is a list of albums and singles recorded by Carole King. She has had three number one albums and seven top 10 albums. A^ A specific release date is often not given or an incorrect date is often given. B^ Certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. C^ "I Feel the Earth Move" is not certified Gold while "It's Too Late" is.
Carole King's Tapestry made her a star in 1971, but before most of the album's devotees knew her name, she already had been an enormously successful songwriter for more than a decade. King and lyricist-husband Gerry Goffin spent most of the '60s writing hits like Little Eva's "The Loco-Motion" and The Monkees' "Pleasant Valley Sunday" (which reached No. 1 and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively). King had recorded a couple of minor hits in the early '60s, and the core of the Tapestry band had made two earlier albums, one of them under the name The City. But Tapestry was where her singular gifts blossomed.
Нравится слушателям: Rufus Wainwright, Sly & The Family Stone, Eddie Vedder. Carole King The Carnegie Hall Concert June 18, 1971. Colour of Your Dreams. 125 Top Hits from the Early 60's.
King Early: listen and download Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September, Count Basie - All of Me, Grant Herreid, Hesperus, Public Domain, Scott Reiss, Tina Chancey, William Taylor - Old Simon The King, Benny Goodman, Gerry Mulligan - You Turned the Tables On Me & more. Take A Swing With Me 02:35. All songs from The Early "Blues Boy" Years. B. King - The Early Years, 2011. I Got Some Help 06:53. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now 05:15.
The Carole King Songbook. A Beautiful Collection. I Believe in Loving You (Single). Playlist: The Very Best Of Carole King. Writer/Rhymes & Reasons. Explore Carole’s Career Through The Years.
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Carole King is one of the greatest female songwriters of all-time. The Post's Karen Heller details her transformation from a writer to performer and eventually Kennedy Center honoree for 2015. Listen to the songs that made her remarkable career. Carole King, who had long viewed herself as primarily a tunesmith and always enjoyed being a sideman, set up shop in Studio B to record her second solo endeavour. She was a name, but not yet a voice. The previous year’s album had created little noise, loitering at No. 84 on the charts. Producer Lou Adler knew precisely what he wanted from King, with assists from her friends James Taylor and Joni Mitchell. Make it simple, he recalls 44 years later. Tie her to the piano.
|1||Crying in the Rain Howard Greenfield / Carole King||Carole King||1:53|
|2||Breaking Up Is Hard to Do Howard Greenfield / Neil Sedaka||Carole King||2:11|
|3||Up on the Roof Gerry Goffin / Carole King||Carole King||2:57|
|4||Music Carole King||Carole King||3:47|
|5||Too Much Rain Carole King / Toni Stern||Carole King||3:27|
|6||Song of Long Ago Carole King||Carole King||2:42|
|7||Brighter Carole King||Carole King||2:41|
|8||Back to California Carole King||Carole King||3:21|
|9||It Started All over Again Gerry Goffin / Jack Keller||Carole King||2:27|
|10||Growing Away from Me Carole King||Carole King||2:58|
CreditsGerry Goffin - Composer
Howard Greenfield - Composer
Jack Keller - Composer
Carole King - Composer, Primary Artist
Neil Sedaka - Composer
Toni Stern - Composer