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Carole King - Tapestry

Carole King - Tapestry

Performer: Carole King
Title: Tapestry
Style: Acoustic, Folk
Released: Mar 1971
Cat#: SP-77009
Country: US
Label: Ode Records
Size MP3 version: 2041 mb
Size FLAC version: 1331 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 856
Genre: Rock / Country

Carole King - Tapestry


Tracklist

1Way Over Yonder
Acoustic Guitar – James Taylor Backing Vocals – Merry ClaytonBass – Perry SteinbergBass Guitar – Charles LarkeyCello – Terry King Drums – Joel O'BrienElectric Guitar – Danny KootchTenor Saxophone – Curtis AmyViola – David CampbellViolin – Barry SocherWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
4:42
2You've Got A Friend
Acoustic Guitar – James Taylor Bass – Charles LarkeyCello – Terry King Congas – Danny KootchViola – David CampbellViolin – Barry SocherWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
5:07
3Smackwater Jack
Backing Vocals – Merry ClaytonBaritone Saxophone – Curtis AmyBass Guitar – Charles LarkeyDrums – Joel O'BrienElectric Guitar – Ralph SchuckettWritten-By – Gerry GoffinWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
3:39
4So Far Away
Acoustic Guitar – James Taylor Bass Guitar – Charles LarkeyDrums – Russ KunkelFlute – Curtis AmyWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
3:55
5Beautiful
Bass Guitar – Charles LarkeyDrums – Joel O'BrienElectric Guitar – Danny KootchWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
3:05
6Home Again
Acoustic Guitar – James Taylor Bass – Charles LarkeyDrums – Russ KunkelWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
2:27
7I Feel The Earth Move
Bass Guitar – Charles LarkeyDrums – Joel O'BrienElectric Guitar – Danny KootchWritten-By, Keyboards, Vocals – Carole King
2:57
8Where You Lead
Backing Vocals – Julia Tillman, Merry ClaytonBass Guitar – Charles LarkeyDrums – Russ KunkelElectric Guitar – Danny KootchElectric Piano – Ralph SchuckettWritten-By – Toni SternWritten-By, Piano, Vocals, Backing Vocals – Carole King
3:18
9Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Acoustic Guitar – Danny Kootch, James Taylor Backing Vocals – Mitchell/Taylor Boy-And-Girl Choir, TheBass – Charles LarkeyDrums – Russ KunkelWritten-By – Gerry GoffinWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
4:10
10It's Too Late
Bass Guitar – Charles LarkeyCongas, Electric Guitar – Danny KootchDrums – Joel O'BrienElectric Piano – Ralph SchuckettSoprano Saxophone – Curtis AmyWritten-By – Toni SternWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Carole King
3:51
11(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Bass – Charles LarkeyWritten-By – Gerry Goffin, Jerry WexlerWritten-By, Keyboards, Vocals – Carole King
3:47
12Tapestry
Written-By, Keyboards, Vocals – Carole King
3:11

Credits

  • Art DirectionRoland Young
  • Artwork [Handstitche Tapestry]Carole King
  • DesignChuck Beeson
  • EngineerHank Cicalo
  • Photography ByJim McCrary
  • ProducerLou Adler
  • ProducerLou Adler
  • Art DirectionRoland Young
  • Artwork [Hand-stitched Tapestry]Carole King
  • DesignChuck Beeson
  • EngineerHank Cicalo
  • Photography ByJim McCrary
  • ProducerLou Adler
  • Art DirectionRoland Young
  • Artwork [Handstitche Tapestry]Carole King
  • DesignChuck Beeson
  • EngineerHank Cicalo
  • Photography ByJim McCrary
  • ProducerLou Adler

Notes

Label variation, alternate Ode Records logo.

Gatefold Sleeve.
Recorded at A&M Recording StudiosDouble fold J card inlay, printed both sides (second panel is the "Nice Price" additional titles promotion)
Grey cassette shell with black on-body print

Other similar UK cassette releases with same Category:
Different inlay layout and print inside the J-Flap, no barcode Tapestry
Clear cassette shell Tapestry.Same as other European releases, but while the others have a whíte, or a black labelground, this one has a grey background.
Released in the 2nd half of the 80's.

[Catalogue numbers:]
32110 appears on the back sleeve, EPC 32110 on the labels.

Recorded at A & M Recording Studios.

"Made in Holland" on the labels.
"Printed in Holland" on the sleeve.© 1978 EPC / SGAE ℗ 1978 Ⓔ 1982 Discos CBS S.A.Gatefold Sleeve.
Recorded at A&M Recoring Studios.

Album

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She started singing her own songs in 1970, and in 1971 issued her second album, Tapestry, which topped the charts for 15 weeks the most ever by a female artist, was the Album of the year and won her a Grammy, as did its too late from the album as Record of the Year. Freed from all the baggage, Carole Kings second album still overflows with emotionally honest, subtly soulful singing masterfully written tunes that blend pop, folk, and R&B and warm, organic but seamless production. When the couple split, though, King moved from her New York hometown to Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon neighborhood, where she was drawn into. Beautiful Carole King. It won the Album of the Year Grammy and ranks 36 on. Carole King - So Far Away. I Feel the Earth Move, So Far Away, It's Too Late, You've Got a Friend, Where You Lead, Will You Love Me Tomorrow and You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman are all songs that I've been aware of for as long as I can remember, songs that have always been around. 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In 1971, a year after the release of the critically-acclaimed yet commercially unsuccessful album Writer, an undaunted King gave thoughtful, folk-flavored reinterpretations of some of her early pop hits as a songwriter, interweaving them with new compositions in the aptly-titled Tapestry. Tapestry was instantly recognized as one of the landmark albums of the singer-songwriter genre of the early 1970s. Lou Adler, the album producer said that in an 2008 interview on PBS . Carole King - It's Too Late. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Carole King sings 'Tapestry' - title track from her 1971 Ode album that's one of the best-selling ever. Tapestry was Kings second album as a bandleader, primary songwriter, unvarnished singer, and tentative recording artist-an American master of melody whose introspection became a phenomenon. In the United States, it has been certified Diamond by the RIAA with more than 10 million copies sold. 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