Top Carole King Albums
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Live at Montreux 1973
Live at Montreux 1973
[2019]
Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park
Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park
[2017]
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
[2017]
The Legendary Demos
The Legendary Demos
[2012]
Pearls: Songs of Goffin & King
Pearls: Songs of Goffin & King
[2012]
A Holiday Carole (Deluxe Edition)
A Holiday Carole (Deluxe Edition)
[2011]
Surely
Surely
[2010]
The Essential Carole King, Vol. 1: The Singer
The Essential Carole King, Vol. 1: The Singer
[2010]
Discover Carole King - EP
Discover Carole King - EP
[2007]
Up on the Roof
Up on the Roof
[2006]
The Living Room Tour
The Living Room Tour
[2005]
Jazzman
Jazzman
[2002]
Love Makes the World
Love Makes the World
[2001]
Love Makes the World (Deluxe Edition) [Audio Version]
Love Makes the World (Deluxe Edition) [Audio Version]
[2001]
Carole King: The Ode Collection
Carole King: The Ode Collection
[1998]
Fantasy
Fantasy
[1997]
The Carnegie Hall Concert: June 18, 1971 (Live)
The Carnegie Hall Concert: June 18, 1971 (Live)
[1996]
Carole King - In Concert
Carole King - In Concert
[1994]
Colour Of Your Dreams
Colour Of Your Dreams
[1993]
City Streets
City Streets
[1989]
Speeding Time
Speeding Time
[1983]
One to One
One to One
[1982]
Touch the Sky
Touch the Sky
[1979]
Welcome Home
Welcome Home
[1978]
Simple Things
Simple Things
[1977]
Thoroughbred
Thoroughbred
[1976]
Really Rosie
Really Rosie
[1975]
Wrap Around Joy
Wrap Around Joy
[1974]
Rhymes & Reasons
Rhymes & Reasons
[1972]
Music
Music
[1971]
Tapestry  (Legacy Edition)
Tapestry (Legacy Edition)
[1971]
Writer
Writer
[1970]
Related Information for Carole King
Carole King (born February 9, 1942) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist, regarded as one of the most influential female songwriters of the 20th century. One half of a legendary songwriting partnership together with her one-time husband, Gerry Goffin, she wrote several hit songs in the '60s hits for artists such as The Shirelles ("Will You Love Me Tomorrow"), Aretha Franklin ("(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"), and The Monkees ("Pleasant Valley Sunday"). At the dawn of the '70s, she released the solo album Tapestry, a critically and financially successful landmark in the singer-songwriter genre.Born Carol Klein in Brooklyn, New York to a Jewish household, King started out playin.. read more