Editors’ Notes Carole King's hooky, humanistic songwriting is a touchstone for pop artists who want to bring deeply personal emotions into their work. Billy Joel's tender openheartedness on “She's Always a Woman” echoes King's ‘70s standard “You've Got a Friend”; artists like Tori Amos and Ben Folds updated the piano-driven balladry that made the stunning album Tapestry a massive hit for the alt-rock era.

SONG
ALBUM
Someone Like You
21
4:43
 
Back to Black
4:01
 
Teardrops On My Guitar (Radio Single Remix)
3:23
 
She Used to Be Mine
4:10
 
She's Always a Woman
3:22
 
The Luckiest
4:25
 
Tiny Dancer
6:17
 
On Saturday Afternoons in 1963
2:31
 
4:30
 
Breaking Us In Two
4:53
 
The Man With the Child In His Eyes
2:38
 
Silent All These Years (2015 Remastered Version)
4:11
 
It's Not The Spotlight (Remastered)
4:14
 

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