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b side of the day

Tapestry was the first solo album by Carole King. Fantastic music by an awesome songwriter who had already secured her spot in the rock and roll hall of fame with her musical creations with Gerry Goffin. 16 more words

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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - Dave Mason

Chart Position: 39

  • Originally recorded by Shirelles (1960)
  • Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
  • Guitar: Dave Mason, Jerry Williams
  • Keyboards: Mark Stein
  • Produced by Dave Mason and Ron Nevison…
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Top 40 Records

throwback song of the day - boyce and hart

Not a lot of poeple know them. They were two of the primo song writers in the sixties, if you forget Lennon-McCartney, Richards-Jagger, and King-Goffin. Speaking of the last two, Bobby Hart and Tommy Boyce and Gerry Goffin and Carol King wrote some of the biggest hits for The Monkees. 6 more words

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Go Away Little Girl - Happenings

Chart Position: 12

  • Originally recorded by Steve Lawrence (1962)
  • Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
  • Vocals: Bob Miranda, Ralph DiVito, Tom Giuliano and David Libert…
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Top 40 Records

Beautiful and Woking ...................

Beautiful the musical in Woking – the story of Carole King: As a line in the show uttered by her character says ‘I’m just a normal person, who wants to hear a normal person sing?’ Clearly the packed theatre confirmed they did and were interested to hear the story of one of the most successful songwriters of the 20th Century woven around the songs that made her so famous first as a writing partner with her then husband Gerry Goffin and later as a solo writer and performer. 830 more words

Movie soundtrack song of the day

  1. Head.

The Monkees were pretty well on their way out at this point. This movie, “Head”, certainly helped to speed along the process. The Monkees, the tin men that were created by television were in effect, dismantled with this movie. 26 more words

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(You Make Me Feel Like) Watching a Play: 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical' Review | Kizzy Bray

‘Beautiful’ opens with a curly haired woman, courageous and bright eyed, centre stage sat at a piano, about to perform at her Carnegie Hall concert in June 1971. 677 more words

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