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Tapestry Original recording remastered

4.9 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (June 15 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B00000J2PH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. I Feel The Earth Move
2. So Far Away
3. It's Too Late
4. Home Again
5. Beautiful
6. Way Over Yonder
7. You've Got A Friend
8. Where You Lead
9. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
10. Smackwater Jack
11. Tapestry
12. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
13. Out In The Cold - (bonus track, previously unreleased)
14. Smackwater Jack - (bonus track, previously unreleased, live)

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Her now-legendary album Tapestry is a must-have component for any '70s rock era collector.

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Carole King was famous as a writer of girl-group hits in the '60s. In 1971, she became more famous. That's the year Tapestry became one of the biggest-selling LPs of all time. It's easy to hear why--the music is loose, earthy, L.A. session-pop. King is casual, intimate, and tough; she covers all the emotional ground of the post-liberated woman with ease. She brings adult nuance to "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" and comes up with hits ("It's Too Late," "I Feel the Earth Move") whose white-soul realism and maturity put pop hits to shame. --Steve Tignor --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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Always loved my vinyl copy of this album and realized I was never going to get around to transferring the music to digital, so I finally purchased the cd because the price was right. Now I can finally enjoy one of Carole's best albums of all time. She really is one of the greatest female musicians of all time.
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I Loved this Album Tapestry by Carole King in the 70's & I Love Love this cd Tapestry, I listen to it all the time. I am proud to have it in my cd collection. I Love - I feel the earth move, So far away, etc., Smackwater Jack, ok I Love every song on the cd. I highly recommend this cd to you. Go & remember the good old days & buy this cd by Carole King & enjoy!...
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Four words spring to mind whenever I hear this classic 1971 album from Carole King - home, warmth, love and sincerity. Even the half-lit album cover of a barefoot Carole with her cat sitting by a window somewhat evokes this. There's just something very reassuring and familiar about this album, perfect for listening to if you're feeling sentimental on a rainy day, or optimistic on a spring morning. "Tapestry" arrived at something of a strange time for music. The idealism and politically-inspired music of the 60's had come to an end, and as if to let everyone know the 60's had well and truly finished, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin had all passed on while the Beatles, the Supremes and Simon & Garfunkel had all gone their separate ways. Music seemed unsure where to go until glam rock and progressive rock developed, along with disco later. It was during this "void" in 1970/71 that songwriters of the 50's and 60's seem to emerge as the hitmakers of the day with songs that often told stories; people such as Neil Sedaka, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, James Taylor and Carole King. "It's Too Late" was one of those songs I'd always hear on the radio and I bought "Tapestry" on the strength of liking that song alone. I recognized the titles "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman" from the versions made hits by The Shirelles and Aretha Franklin respectively, and when I listened to the album I discovered "I Feel The Earth Move" was the same song as that made a hit by Martika in the UK in 1989. There isn't one song on this album I don't like, but "So Far Away" is probably my favorite on the album. "You've Got A Friend" is another track that particularly stands out for me.Read more ›
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By Marty From SF TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 15 2007
Format: Audio CD
There's nothing like a classic album and few would argue with Carole King's "Tapestry" album. "It's Too Late" wasn't the only major hit off this album. Aretha Franklin had her own hit with King's penned, "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman". James Taylor hit gold with her, "You've Got A Friend". "Smackwater Jack" got a jazz infusion by "The Manhattan Transfer". In fact, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" was covered by: Cher, The Bee Gees, Dusty Springfield, Dave Mason, The Four Seasons, Laura Branigan, Melanie, Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt, Roberta Flack, Joe Walsh and The Shirelles, to name just a few. Some would argue Carol's version is the definitive, but it's all in the ear. In SACD format, Carole sings in your living room, just as she still does with ongoing tours. This album is a must-have. This SACD is stereo only, despite the Multi-channel reference on the box.
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This review is for the SACD version of TAPESTRY. Everyone knows the story behind TAPESTRY, little unknown singer-songwriter makes an album in the early 70's that goes on to become the largest selling album in history, (at that time.) But the multi-channel SACD version of this classic album is just the best. Simply put, the 5.1 surround sound mix of TAPESTRY is what SACD is all about. If you are lucky enough to own a 5.1 SACD set-up, this disc is a must own. If you do not own a surround sound SACD set up, this disc is the reason to buy such a hi-fi. The vocal placement and piano tracks sound absolutely ethereal. This surround sound SACD places the listener right in the middle of the music, in a most pleaseing way. But that is not all. The DSD transfer of the music itself is flawless, with transients that are so sonic and real, you would swear that the band was performing live right there for you. One might not associate Carole King with loud music, but put this disc on, shut off the lights, sit in the middle of a good 5.1 surrouns sound speaker set up, turn up the volume and then just press play. This disc will blow you away.
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By Bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 10 2006
Format: Audio CD
As the search for vinyl turned from a romp to the local music store to a search in the antique mall. I realized it was time to switch to CD's. With limited space and no future for many old vinyl friends it was time to round them up and release them to the local used book store. I cried and could only hope they would find a home that would cherish them.

It did not take long before I realized I missed them. So now I spend my days waiting for them to be reincarnated. Some that return are so tinny in sound that I can not believe they were that way to begin with. Others are so mangled that the original pattern of tunes is lost for ever.

It may be the result of time but I found this album to be all I remember and then some. It is well worth the purchase.

"Tapestry" is the best representation of Carol King and her music. If you only buy one, this is it. And you will feel the earth move under your feet.
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