Amanda Brecker's Blossom celebrates the songs of James Taylor and Carole King.
Steve Lawrence had his only number one hit 50 years ago.
Little Eva found a babysitting job with perks 50 years ago.
A tapestry of 20th century music, life, and love by a Natural Woman.
These four remastered reissues are aimed primarily at King diehards.
My final column recalls the Carole King-written launching pad of my musical education.
The Monkees may have been a joke to some but to us we were in on the joke, or at least we thought as much, and that was all that mattered.
The reissues of Simple Things and Welcome Home are Carole King songs touching all the bases.
Four of Carole King's overlooked later works have been reissued on her own Rockingale Records label.
In 1979, Carole King dipped her toes into country/rock, trying to Touch the Sky.