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The Lives Behind the Legends
Girls Like Us: Carole King , Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon—And the Journey of a Generation By Sheila Weller 592 pages. Atria. Carole King , the earthy, optimistic girl next door; Joni Mitchell, the melancholy
What's Playing in Dido's Ear?
instantly, and sustains it. It's got a folky vibe, and it was all made in a cabin in Wisconsin. A beautiful record." Carole King , Tapestry (Columbia): "This is the ultimate album for me. Every song is simple and enduring. When I meet people
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What's Playing in Adele's Ear?
British—but I'd never heard of Alison Krauss before this. She's so passionate, it just drives me insane." Carole King , Tapestry (Ode): "My favorite album ever. 'So Far Away,' 'Natural Woman'—she is an amazing songwriter
Q&A with Saoirse Ronan
Fleetwood Mac and I love Stevie Nicks, so I've always listened to their music. And Talking Heads, the Eagles, Carole King ...a lot of the oldies. It's really because my mom is into that type of music, and I happen to love it too
Dealing with Death
and eighties that we will never forget I know I'll never forget the first heard the Carole King tapestry album. Well to some that you're just AFLAC Carole King tapestry album but I know that there is. At least one person probably a few who heard
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"How Did I Wind Up Here?" from Mosaic
children, and twice since that day I've made the trip to Connecticut to sing at the camp. On my second visit, I met Carole King , truly my greatest musical influence. She was jetlagged from a trip overseas, but I was just glad we got to breathe
A Natural Woman: A Memoir
The singer-songwriter and liberal activist explores the highs and lows of a career that's spanned more than half a century (so far).