Editors' Notes King’s musical mastery is palpable on her second album, a soulful blend of folk-flecked sweetness and the kind of powerhouse songwriting chops that made her a hitmaker in the ‘60s. While her own renditions of these hits—“Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”—are fresh and distinct, it’s in her personal writing that she gleams: “You’ve Got a Friend” elegantly espouses kinship, while “I Feel the Earth Move” is a bluesy ode to sensuality.

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I Feel the Earth Move
1
2:58
 
So Far Away
2
3:55
 
It's Too Late
3
3:53
 
Home Again
4
2:29
 
Beautiful
5
3:06
 
Way Over Yonder
6
4:43
 
You've Got a Friend
7
5:08
 
Where You Lead
8
3:20
 
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
9
4:12
 
Smackwater Jack
10
3:41
 
Tapestry
11
3:13
 
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
12
3:49
 
I Feel the Earth Move (Live)
1
3:05
 
So Far Away (Live)
2
3:34
 
It's Too Late (Live)
3
3:55
 
Home Again (Live)
4
2:23
 
Beautiful (Live)
5
2:29
 
Way Over Yonder (Live)
6
4:25
 
You've Got a Friend (Live)
7
4:50
 
Will You Love Me Tomorrow? (Live)
8
3:21
 
Smackwater Jack (Live)
9
3:08
 
Tapestry (Live)
10
3:03
 
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Live)
11
4:01
 

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