Carole King was famous as a writer of girl-group hits in the '60s. In 1971, she became more famous. That's the year Tapestry became one of the biggest-selling LPs of all time. It's easy to hear why--the music is loose, earthy, L.A. session-pop. King is casual, intimate, and tough; she covers all the emotional ground of the post-liberated woman with ease. She brings adult nuance to "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" and comes up with hits ("It's Too Late," "I Feel the Earth Move") whose white-soul realism and maturity put pop hits to shame.
A1 I Feel the Earth Move
A2 So Far Away
A3 It's Too Late
A4 Home Again
A6 Way Over Yonder
A7 Out In The Cold
B1 You've Got A Friend
B2 Where You Lead
B3 Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
B4 Smackwater Jack
B6 (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
B7 Smackwater Jack (Previously Unreleased Live Version)
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