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The Dumb Sound

Report and Interview by Al Aronowitz, Saturday Evening Post, August 1963

2003 note: The following was trimmed down to fit in the pages of the Saturday Evening Post by Bill Ewald, one of the few editors ...

Carole King

Comment by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, January 1971

THERE must be about four generations of pop music fans reading this paper, and to each of them Carole King means something different. ...

Joy of Cooking: Joy of Cooking, and Carole King: Tapestry

Review by Charlie Gillett, Ink, June 1971

Joy of Cooking get better every time their record plays; they have no stylistic similarity with Van Morrison or the Band, but have the same ...

Danny Kootch: Danny Boy

Interview by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, July 1971

YOU GET this sweaty little record company office and you're issued with the regulation afternoon tea or coffee. Danny Kootch looks suitably bloated by both ...

How Carole King Became Queen...

Profile by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, October 1971

IN MANY ways, and for many reasons, it took Carole King a long time to record her first album, Writer, in 1970. As a writer ...

Don Kirshner: I Discovered Carole King

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, February 1972

THEY MOST often call Don Kirshner the King of Bubble-gum. But he's not worrying. Sitting high in his suite at the Dorchester he has the ...

Carole King: Fantasy (Ode); Melissa Manchester: Home To Myself (Bell)

Review by Loraine Alterman, New York Times, The, July 1973

A Bland Carole King ...

Carole King: King Is The Queen

Live Review by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, July 1973

Carole King: Hammersmith Odeon, London ...

Carole King: Fantasy (A&M)

Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, October 1973

SOON AFTER the enormous success of Tapestry Carole King came to be considered something of a cultural reactionary to the ‘true keepers of the rock ...

Leonard Cohen: New Skin For The Old Ceremony; Carole King: Wrap Around Joy

Review by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, September 1974

THE LATEST saga in the Great American Singer/Songwriter Conspiracy, Jewish Division, in which Cohen and King are chief protagonists. ...

The Definitive Carole King Story...

Retrospective and Interview by Miles, unpublished, 1976

...and touching on the Phil Spector Story and the James Taylor Story as well. * ...

Carole King: On This Side Of Goodbye

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Phonograph Record, January 1976

HE COMES HOME from a night of petting heavily in the back row of the RKO Fordham. Aching from the pains of halted passion, he ...

Carole King: Thoroughbred

Review by Miles, New Musical Express, February 1976

I DON'T UNDERSTAND it. Carole has gone back to recording demo discs again. ...

Don Kirshner: The Pop Factory

Profile by Greg Shaw, History of Rock, The, 1982

POP FROM THE production line; that seemed to be the story of the late Fifties and early Sixties. But the production line does not inevitably ...

Carole King: Stepping Out Of The Shadows

Profile and Interview by Mark Cooper, Guardian, The, July 1989

Carole King is coming out from behind her piano because she wants to rock. Mark Cooper reports ...

Carole King's Monumental 1971 Tapestry Returns In 2 CD Deluxe Edition

Special Feature by Harvey Kubernik, Rock's Backpages, May 2008

Harvey Kubernik tells the story of the making of this epochal album, and interviews producer Lou Adler ...

see also Gerry Goffin

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