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It was not until 10 years after her songwriting breakthrough, however, that Carole King finally fulfilled her long-held dream of having her own hit record as both singer and songwriter. On June 19, 1971, she earned her first #1 single as a performer with the double-sided hit "It's Too Late/I Feel The Earth Move."

Carole King's “Tapestry” sold more than 25 Million albums worldwide. It was the top-selling solo album in US History until Michael Jackson’s THRILLER achieved that status. Still listen to it today!

Carole King. Overflowing with talent! Love her. She has written countless songs for others.

Remember when Carole King, James Taylor and Cat Stevens were the 3 "records" you played over and over and over again....

Explore singer-songwriter Carole King’s Monumental "Tapestry" Album

Carole King - the Beatles cited her as an influence years before her chart-topping "Tapestry," which was the biggest selling album until Michael Jackson came along. If you ever want your mind blown, Google "songs written by Carole King" and get comfortable. Favorite albums: Tapestry, Rhymes & Reason, Music

Carole King made her name in the Brill Building scene with husband Gerry Goff writing timeless american classics such as "Will you still love me tomorrow?", but it wasn't until she moved to Laurel Canyon and got her hippie on and recorded Tapestry that she really blossomed and became the real Carole King we all know and love

THE definitive early 70s pop album. One of my first and still a favorite!

Carole King's Tapestry comes with so many teenage girl memories

Carole King- original hippie girl.....the real thing... "only love is real...everything else is an illusion...only love is real...."