In the 1960s, Carole King (along with husband and collaborator Gerry Goffin) wrote more classic pop and rock songs than anybody this side of Lennon and McCartney. Working as part of the now-legendary Brill Building songwriters stable, she penned gems for the Monkees, the Byrds, Dusty Springfield, and scores of others. In the early '70s, she pioneered the confessional singer-songwriter genre with her landmark solo album TAPESTRY, in the process inspiring several generations of troubadours.
DISC 1 for Music (CD) Album
By Carole King (Artist)