Carole King

Carole Klein

Also known as C King, C. King, C.King, Ca. King, Careole King, Caroel King, Carol, Carol King, Carol L. King, Carole, Carole King Larkey, Caroline King, Caroll King, K. King, K. Kinga, Karole King, King
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Discography of Carole King:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tapestry 12 Audio 1971
2 Writer: Carole King 12 Audio 1970 Epic
3 It's Too Late 2 Audio 1972 Epic
4 Tapestry 12 Audio Epic
5 The Carnegie Hall Concert 17 Audio 1996
6 Tapestry 12 Audio 1971 A&M Records
7 It Might As Well Rain Until September 2 Audio 1962
8 It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move 2 Audio 1971 A&M Records
9 Rhymes & Reasons 12 Audio 1972 Ode Records (2)
10 Fantasy 13 Audio 1973 Ode Records (2)
11 Tapestry 12 Audio 1980 Epic
12 Writer: Carole King 12 Audio 1970 Ode Records (2)
13 Her Greatest Hits 12 Audio 1991 Epic
14 Fantasy 13 Audio 1973
15 Touch The Sky 10 Audio 1979-03-00 Capitol Records
16 Pearls Songs Of Goffin And King 10 Audio 1980-01-00 Capitol Records
17 One To One 10 Audio 1982 Atlantic
18 Tapestry 12 Audio 1971 A&M Records
19 Tapestry 12 Audio 1984
20 Thoroughbred 10 Audio 1975 Ode Records (2)
21 It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move 2 Audio 1971 Ode Records (2)
22 Jazzman / You Go Your Way, I'll Go Mine 2 Audio 1974 Ode Records (2)
23 Nightingale / You're Something New 2 Audio 1974 Ode Records (2)
24 Tapestry 12 Audio 1971-03-00 Ode Records (2)
25 Colour Of Your Dreams 11 Audio 1993 Kings X Records
26 Really Rosie 13 Audio 1999-05-25
27 Really Rosie 12 Audio 1975
28 Corazon / That's How Things Go Down 2 Audio 1974 A&M Records
29 Her Greatest Hits (Songs Of Long Ago) 14 Audio 1999 Epic
30 Music 12 Audio 1971 A&M Records
31 Rhymes & Reasons 12 Audio 1972 Ode Records (2)
32 You've Got A Friend / Beautiful 2 Audio 1971 A&M Records
33 City Streets 10 Audio 1989 Capitol Records
34 Writer: Carole King 12 Audio 1971-11-21
35 Thoroughbred 10 Audio 1975 Ode Records (2)
36 Writer 12 Audio 1970 Ode Records (2)
37 Music 12 Audio 1971 Ode Records (2)
38 Wrap Around Joy 12 Audio 1974 Ode Records (2)
39 Tapestry 12 Audio 1977 Ode Records (2)
40 Jazzman 12 Audio 2000 Tring International PLC
41 One To One 10 Audio 1982 Atlantic
42 Wrap Around Joy 12 Audio 1974
43 One To One 2 Audio 1982
44 Rhymes & Reasons 12 Audio
45 Sweet Seasons / Brother Brother / Pocket Money / Surely 4 Audio A&M Records
46 Tapestry 12 Audio 1977
47 Her Greatest Hits 11 Audio 1978 Ode Records (2)
48 Love Makes The World 12 Audio 2001
49 Her Greatest Hits 12 Audio
50 Tapestry 12 Audio 1971


American singer and songwriter, born February 9 1942, Brooklyn, New York City.

Formed vocal group Co-Sines in 1957 whilst at High School and adopted the stage name Carole King. Dated [a=Neil Sedaka] at this time. Met [a=Gerry Goffin] at Queens College with whom she formed a songwriting partnership and married in 1960. Their first big hit was "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" by The Shirelles in 1961. Goffin and King split personally and professionally in 1968

(children: Louise Goffin, Sherry Goffin Kondor), although they did work together later on.

She formed The City with Danny Kortchmar and Charles Larkey. She married Larkey in 1968, but The City was short-lived and disbanded after one album. In 1970 she toured with James Taylor and launched her solo career with "Writer" and then the classic "Tapestry". The hit albums continued and in 1976 she divorced from Charles Larkey (children: Molly & Levi).

In 1977 she married songwriting partner Rick Evers. Evers died a year later from a heroin overdose.

She is active in environmental issues and more recently campaigned on behalf of the US Democratic Party, whilst continuing to write songs and perform.


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