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Genere Rock internazionale: Folk Acoustic Pop Rock Genere: Rock-n-Roll
Nuovo/Usato: Usato Velocità: 33 giri
Sottogenere: folk blues rock Dimensione: LP (12 pollici)

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CAROLE KING
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Disco LP 33 giri , 1971, this is 1977 reissue, ODE / EPIC,  PE 34946  , USA

ECCELLENTI CONDIZIONI, vinyl ex++/NM , cover ex++/NM, shrink although open.

Carole King, nome d'arte di Carole Klein (Brooklyn, New York, 9 febbraio 1942), è una cantante e compositrice statunitense.

Tapestry, pubblicato nel 1971, è un album di Carole King.

Documento "storico" della musica cantautorale statunitense, il disco è uno dei più venduti negli USA (10 milioni di copie) e nel resto del mondo (22 milioni di copie). Nell'anno della sua pubblicazione ha vinto ben 4 Grammy Awards: Disco dell'anno (It's too late), Album dell'anno (Tapestry), Miglior interpretazione vocale femminile (Tapestry), Canzone dell'anno (You've got a friend).



  • Interprete: Carole King
  • Etichetta:  Ode Sounds and Visuals / Epic
  • Catalogo: PE 34946
  • Matrici :PAL 34946 - 1C / PBL 34946 - 1H
  • Data di pubblicazione: 1977
  • Supporto:vinile 33 giri
  • Tipo audio: stereo
  • Dimensioni: 30 cm.
  • Facciate: 2
  • Gatefold / copertina apribile , tan label, white paper inner sleeve, "for military sale only" on back sleeve/scritta sul retro copertina "for military sale only".

Track listing

All songs by Carole King except where noted.


Side One


  1. "I Feel the Earth Move" – 2:57
  2. "So Far Away" – 3:55
  3. "It's Too Late" (lyrics by Toni Stern) – 3:51
  4. "Home Again" – 2:27
  5. "Beautiful" – 3:05
  6. "Way Over Yonder" – 4:42

Side Two


  1. "You've Got a Friend" – 5:07
  2. "Where You Lead" (lyrics by Toni Stern) – 3:18
  3. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" (Gerry Goffin, King) – 4:10
  4. "Smackwater Jack" (Goffin, King) – 3:39
  5. "Tapestry" – 3:11
  6. "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" (Goffin, King, Jerry Wexler) – 3:47

Personnel

             top row: Ralph Schuckett, middle row: Danny Kortchmar, Joel O'Brien  & James Taylor, bottom row: Carole King and Lee Sklar

Tapestry is a pop album by singer-songwriter Carole King, released in 1971. It features minimal production by Lou Adler. Tapestry was ranked US number 1 for 15 consecutive weeks, which is the longest time for an album by a female to occupy that position, and remained in the charts for six years. In terms of time on the charts, it ranks fifth overall and in terms of length on the charts for solo musical acts it ranks second. It remains the longest charting album by a female solo artist. Tapestry has sold over 25 million copies worldwide and on July 17, 1995 was certified diamond in the United States by the RIAA for 10 million copies sold in the US. In 1972 the album also garnered four Grammy Awards including Album of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Record of the Year ("It's Too Late"), and Song of the Year ("You've Got a Friend").

Critic Robert Christgau wrote in Christgau's Record Guide (1981):

King has done for the female voice what countless singer-composers achieved years ago for the male: liberated it from technical decorum. She insists on being heard as she is—not raunchy and hot-to-trot or sweeet and be-yoo-ti-ful, just human, with all the cracks and imperfections that implies.

King wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on the album, several of which had already been hits for other artists such as Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" and The Shirelles' "Will You Love Me Tomorrow". Three songs were co-written with King's ex-husband Gerry Goffin. James Taylor, who encouraged King to sing her own songs, and who also played on Tapestry, would have a #1 hit with "You've Got a Friend." Two songs were co-written with Toni Stern: "It's Too Late" and "Where You Lead".

In 2003, the album was ranked number 36 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2001, the VH1 TV network named Tapestry the 39th greatest album ever. In 2003, it was one of 50 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry.

Various artists combined to re-record all the original tracks for more than one tribute album; the first, released in 1995, entitled Tapestry Revisited: A Tribute to Carole King, which was certified gold, and the second, released in 2003, entitled A New Tapestry — Carole King Tribute.


La newyorkese Carole King è una delle grandi antesignane del cantautorato al femminile. Talento puro fin da bambina (a quattro anni inizia a suonare il piano e al liceo forma il suo primo gruppo, i Co-Sine) mostra una peculiare inclinazione per il songwriting, che la spinge a scrivere canzoni malinconiche e intimiste. Un fatto che oggi può apparire persino ovvio. Ma all’epoca, fu forse la prima. Per tutti gli anni Sessanta canta in coppia con il marito Gerry Goffin. Ragazzina prodigio dalle tante amicizie e amori (Paul Simon, James Taylor, Neil Sedaka che nel '59 le aveva dedicato la celebre "Oh! Carol"), arriva alla soglia dei trent'anni senza aver ancora colto il frutto del suo talento. Colpa soprattutto della sua ritrosia cronica, che la paralizza nelle esibizioni dal vivo.

E’ nel 1971, con "Tapestry", che questa timida figlia dei fiori newyorkese si impone sulla scena internazionale, rivelando una voce limpida e una delicata sensibilità, unite a uno spirito decisamente utopista in linea con i tempi. L'album diventa il numero uno delle classifiche negli Stati Uniti e resta nelle charts per oltre sei anni. Merito del fascino immortale di ballate come "You've Got A Friend", malinconico inno all'amicizia riportato al successo anche da James Taylor, "It's Too Late", struggente manifesto musicale della generazione Settanta, "You make me feel (like a natural woman)", classico soul-rock interpretato da Aretha Franklin, "So far away", lento d'atmosfera dal fascino irresistibile. A dare più ritmo al disco sono invece il pop-rock serrato di "I feel the earth move" e il soul contagioso di "Way over Yonder". Carole King si dimostra non solo autrice di razza, ma anche performer, capace di donare un tocco elegantemente jazzy alle sue composizioni.

Anche grazie a questo disco, il cantautorato confessionale si trasforma in genere popolare e le donne del rock trovano finalmente un modello da seguire. Un riferimento che resterà vivo anche per la nuova leva delle cantautrici intimiste di fine secolo: Suzanne Vega, Tori Amos, Natalie Merchant, Fiona Apple, Sheryl Crow.

Con Carole King, come con Janis Joplin, si celebrano la rivoluzione sessuale, i grandi sogni dei 70, gli ideali della "Woodstock Generation". Ma tutto è più sfumato, tenero, aggraziato. Attraverso il disagio che traspare dalle sue canzoni, la cantautrice newyorkese mostra tutti segni di un carattere acerbo e introverso, che non reggerà molto a lungo allo "stardom". "Tapestry" rimarrà infatti l'apice del suo successo. Un successo straordinario. Ha venduto venti milioni di copie in tutto il mondo. Si è aggiudicato quattro Grammy: miglior album dell'anno, migliore canzone ("You've got a friend"), migliore composizione dell'anno ("It's too late"), come migliore interprete femminile. E le sue canzoni sono state riprese da artisti come James Taylor, Quincy Jones, Rod Stewart, Bee Gees, Manhattan Transfer, Aretha Franklin e Monkees.

Carole King brought the fledgling singer/songwriter phenomenon to the masses with Tapestry, one of the most successful albums in pop music history. A remarkably expressive and intimate record, it's a work of consummate craftsmanship. Always a superior pop composer, King reaches even greater heights as a performer; new songs like the hits "It's Too Late" and "I Feel the Earth Move" rank solidly with past glories, while chestnuts like "You've Got a Friend," "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" take on added resonance when delivered in her own warm, compelling voice. With its reliance on pianos and gentle drumming, Tapestry is a light and airy work on its surface, occasionally skirting the boundaries of jazz, but it's also an intensely emotional record, the songs confessional and direct; in its time it connected with listeners like few records before it, and it remains an illuminating experience decades later.

There are countless albums from the 1970's that for many define the decade: Songs In The Key Of Life, Saturday Night Live, Bitches Brew, Rumours, Dark Side Of The Moon, Exile On Main Street, That's The Way Of The World, Frampton Comes Alive, There's A Riot Going On, Off The Wall. In this batch, one would often find the album that would start the tradition of presenting female singer/songwriters in a light that was different from the traditional roles women were given in the music industry. That album was Carole King's influential 1971 album, Tapestry.

King was a respected songwriter who had a lot of success in the 1960's, but becoming an artist in her own right was not an easy transition, at least by the public. Tapestry was King's second album and while the production was not extravagant, the music and lyrics were direct and to the point. Album producer Lou Adler said that when he was presented with demos King gave to him towards the album, what he wanted to do was not treat the album with Phil Spector-type orchestrations or song demolitions, but to reproduce those demos in a way that the songs would sound basic but very warm and intimate. Adler reveals that an album by jazz singer June Christy became the template for how he wanted the songs to flow from one to the other, and the music of pianist George Shearing would be an influence on how to make that flow possible. Even without that information, the album holds up incredibly well 37 years after the fact as the audio tapestry it has now become.

The album spawned four singles, all of which are still played on oldies and classic rock radio today: "It's Too Late", "I Feel The Earth Move", "Smackwater Jack", and "So Far Away". "I Feel The Earth Move" had a very bold sound with King playing the introductory melody that would signify the start of the album, and yet its lyrics spoke a bit about the innocence of emotions one gets when they see eye to eye with a loved one. The early 70's was a time of political strife, women's liberation, there was always some type of movement, be it social or personal. In music people were talking about a need to go to the country or to take one's self back to the garden, but in "So Far Away" she sings "so far away/doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?/it would be so fine to see your face at my door/doesn't help to know you're just time away". While the lyrics may have been personal, listeners interpreted them as a reflection of what was going on in their lives, which moved them to want to listen to more. This was followed by "It's Too Late", which turned a 180 and said that love has gone sour and they both need to move on. That would only be followed by "Home Again", where she now longs for the comforts of a warm embrace and a sense of belonging with a significant other.

As the album moves on, each song comes off as a personal diary that tells a story of joy, pain, hope, abandonment, friendship, all within the forever growing fabric of life. James Taylor sat in with King during the recording sessions for the album and played guitar on "You Got A Friend", which moved Taylor so much that he would cover the song, leading to it becoming one of his biggest hits. The album also features new versions of songs King had co-written with partner Gerry Coffin in the 1960's, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman", and here they are stripped down to the core. By hearing them performed by one of its authors, one tends to take in more of what the song is about, and perhaps vision themselves as the voice in the song or the people who are a part of the song. The best songwriters are the ones who are able to provide the words that are unspoken. As people began to discover Tapestry, the buzz grew and one couldn't turn on the radio without hearing her. The album would sell 11 million copies, stay on the charts for six years, and was considered the biggest selling album in history until Michael Jackson came out with Thriller. In that time, Tapestry would influence hundreds (if not thousands) of women to express themselves in the same open manner as King did, and made it possible for those artists and albums to gain an audience. It also validated the singer/songwriter phenomenon, where a guitar or piano and a voice could bring you to the promised land. Or at least heavy rotation on AM radio.

Sitting down by a window as the sun shines through, sweater and blue jeans on, cat looking curiously into the camera, fabric in hand. Carole King looked content on the cover of Tapestry because this was her vision of solace, of home. Back when people looked to music for hints on how to live and love, and what to expect when it was time to leave childhood. Tapestry was the blueprint on how to create exceptional music by not putting on a face, but by being yourself. The intent of the album was not to create hits, but just to create music out of a love of music itself. The end result was a record that was appreciated for its mirrored honesty, and this deluxe edition explains why these songs hold up as well today as they did in 1971.

Hits from Tapestry

In total, eight of the twelve songs from Tapestry were or became hits, four of which became hits by Carole King.

Year Artist Song Chart Position Notes
1961 The Shirelles

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow"

1
1967 Aretha Franklin "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" 8
1971 Carole King "It's Too Late" 1
1971 Carole King "I Feel the Earth Move" 1 With "It's Too Late"
1971 Carole King "So Far Away" 14
1971 Carole King "Smackwater Jack" 14 With "So Far Away"
1971 James Taylor "You've Got a Friend" 1
1971 Barbra Streisand "Where You Lead" 40
1972 Barbra Streisand "Where You Lead" 37 Barbra Streisand released a live version of the song in 1972 along with "Sweet Inspiration"

Charts

Album charts

Year Country/Chart Position
1971 US Pop albums 1
1971 Australia Goset 1
1971 United Kingdom 3
1971 Norway 8
1971 Japan 29
1971 New Zealand 13
2000 US Top Internet albums 13

Singles charts

Singles - Billboard (U.S.)
Year Single Chart Position
1971 "I Feel the Earth Move" Pop Singles 1
1971 "It's Too Late" Adult Contemporary 1
1971 "It's Too Late" Pop Singles 1
1971 "Smackwater Jack" Pop Singles 14
1971 "So Far Away" Adult Contemporary 3
1971 "So Far Away" Pop Singles 14

Sales

Country Sales/Shipments
United States 11,000,000+
United Kingdom 1,000,000+
Japan 400,000+
Spain 300,000+

Awards and honors

Awards

Grammy Awards
Year Winner Category
1971 "It's Too Late" Record Of The Year
1971 Tapestry Album Of The Year
1971 Tapestry Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
1971 "You've Got a Friend" Song Of The Year

Honors

List rankings

Rankings
Organization awarded by List Rank
Rolling Stone Magazine The RS 500 Greatest Albums of All Time 36
VH1 100 Greatest Albums of Rock & Roll 39

Other honors

  • In 2003 Tapestry was one of 50 recordings chosen to be added to the National Recording Registry. Recordings added to the National Recording Registry are picked to be preserved in the Library of Congress, the largest library in the world, as they are "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important."

Song uses in popular culture


Nata da una famiglia ebrea, Carole iniziò a suonare il pianoforte e nella sua scuola, la James Madison High School, formò un quartetto vocale chiamato Co-Sines. Frequentò il Queens College, dove conobbe Neil Sedaka, al quale ispirò Oh, Carol, brano che divenne il suo primo grande successo. Carole King rispose componendo Oh, Neil. Sempre al college ebbe una relazione con Paul Simon, e poi con Gerry Goffin.

Con Gerry Goffin si sposò nel 1959 e ebbe due figlie, anche loro cantanti, Louise Goffin e Sherry Goffin Kondor. I due lavorarono insieme come autori di canzoni, che affidarono principalmente all'interpretazione di gruppi vocali emergenti, come gli Everly Brothers, i Drifters, i Byrds; insieme alla coppia Bacharach - David costituirono il binomio di autori di maggior successo negli anni sessanta, a partire da: "Will you still love me tomorrow", scritta per il gruppo The Shirelles, che arrivò nel 1961 in cima alle classifiche.

La costruzione musicale dei successi di Goffin e King si discostava dagli stereotipi dell'epoca, e non è un caso che gli stessi Beatles abbiano affermato, agli inizi della loro carriera, di volersi ispirare agli schemi compositivi del duo.

Tra i grandi successi scritti insieme ricordiamo:

  1. Will You Love Me Tomorrow, The Shirelles
  2. Chains (The Cookies, e poi i Beatles)
  3. Child Of Mine (Merrilee Rush e Anne Murray)
  4. Don't Bring Me Down (The Animals)
  5. Don't Say Nothing Bad About My Baby (Cookies)
  6. Go Away Little Girl (Steve Lawrence, e poi Donny Osmond)
  7. He Hit Me (And It Felt Like a Kiss) (The Crystals, e poi The Motels)
  8. Hey Girl (Freddie Scott, e poi Donny Osmond e Billy Joel)
  9. Hi-De-Ho (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
  10. I Can't Stay Mad at You (Skeeter Davis)
  11. ì into Something Good (Ethel Earl-Jean McCrea of The Cookies, e poi Herman's Hermits)
  12. It's Going to Take Some Time (The Carpenters)
  13. Oh No Not My Baby (Maxine Brown, Manfred Mann, e poi Rod Stewart e Linda Ronstadt oltre ad altri)
  14. One Fine Day (The Chiffons e poi Aaron Neville, Rita Coolidge, e Natalie Merchant oltre alla King stessa, nel 1980)
  15. Pleasant Valley Sunday (The Monkees)
  16. Porpoise Song (The Monkees)
  17. Some Kind of Wonderful (The Drifters; il brano dei Grand Funk Railroad ha lo stesso titolo ma è diverso)
  18. Take Good Care of My Baby (Bobby Vee e poi Celine Dion, Bobby Vinton, Stephen Collins, e Smokie)
  19. The Loco-Motion (Little Eva, poi Grand Funk Railroad, Tina Turner, Kylie Minogue, and Dwight Yoakam)
  20. Time Don't Run Out On Me (Anne Murray)
  21. Up on the Roof (The Drifters, Laura Nyro, Billy Joe Royal, James Taylor, Neil Diamond, Peter Cincotti, oltre alla King stessa)
  22. Wasn't Born to Follow (The Byrds)
  23. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin, e poi Mary J. Blige, Laura Nyro, Patti LaBelle, Rod Stewart, Celine Dion, e la King stessa)

Dopo il divorzio da Goffin nel 1968, e il successivo matrimonio con il bassista Charles Larkey, iniziò un periodo di crisi e di insuccessi per la sua carriera, fino al 1971, anno della pubblicazione di Tapestry. L'album ebbe un immediato successo sia tra il pubblico che tra la critica e fu riconosciuto come uno dei simboli della musica cantautorale statunitense degli anni settanta; con numerosi singoli tratti dall'album, Tapestry rimase nelle classifiche per più di sei anni; solo in America vendette più di 10 milioni di copie e nel mondo circa 22 milioni. Vinse quattro Grammy Awards, e fu posizionato dalla rivista Rolling Stone al 36° posto nella classifica dei 500 migliori album. All'album collaborarono Joni Mitchell e James Taylor, suo grande amico, per il quale scrisse You've Got a Friend, il suo primo grande successo.

In seguito pubblicò Music (1971), Rhymes and Reasons (1972) e Wrap Around Joy (1974) che ebbero grande successo anche se mai come Tapestry.

Nel 1973 tenne un concerto gratuito al Central Park di New York , che batté per molti anni il record di spettatori presenti, oltre 100 mila (record battuto solo nel 1981 dai Simon and Garfunkel con 500 mila persone).

Dal 1983 si è impegnata come ambientalista e sostiene il Partito Democratico.

Nel 1996 è stato realizzato un film ispirato alla sua vita, Grace of my heart.

Ha riscritto la canzone Where You Lead (I Will Follow) per adattarla al telefilm Una mamma per amica, cantandola con la figlia Louise Goffin. È anche apparsa in qualche episodio, nel ruolo della proprietaria del negozio di musica.

Nel 2004 ha lanciato il suo tour The Living Room Tour

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