Editors’ Notes Difficult as it may be, imagine for a minute that Tapestry wasn’t one of the most successful albums in music history; that it wasn’t a defining touchstone for both the boomer generation and the singer/songwriter movement. Freed from all the baggage, Carole King’s 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. But it’s the unguarded intimacy of Tapestry we love most, particularly on highlights like “It’s Too Late” and “You’ve Got a Friend."
I Feel the Earth Move
So Far Away
It's Too Late
Way Over Yonder
You've Got a Friend
Where You Lead
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
12 Songs, 44 Minutes
February 10, 1971
℗ Originally released 1971. All rights reserved by Ode Records. Originally released 1961, 1971. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment. (P) 2007, 2008 Sony Music Entertainment.
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