On a Weekend Concert with Carole King

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Carole King

The Producer’s Guidelines

  • Only performed by Carole King
  • No duplicate songs
  • Include the song title in your introduction text so others can see it
  • To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line) – (I do not mind unembedding, so no apologies are necessary)

If her songs are good enough for a Broadway musical, they are good enough for here – Carole King – with β€œSmackwater Jack”

 

Next Concert: TBA

Past Concerts (Category): Beatles, Ex-Beatles, Moody Blues, Queen, Neil Diamond, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin

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161 thoughts on “On a Weekend Concert with Carole King

  1. Okay so my NEW choice is Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow. https://youtu.be/GLA7sanwnN8. What a gorgeous song. I like the Shirelles version but I’ve posted the Carol King rendition because I am very good at following rules (ahem).
    Love these lyrics of longing and sweetness. Have a great day! β™₯β™₯β™₯β™₯

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  2. Cincy,

    I have like . . fifty Carole King songs in tow, but for the sake of the rules . . thank goodness one is all I need. But really, King was one of my first female vocalist crushes. She left an indelible impression on so many who would follow in her footsteps.

    She had stage fright,which made touring damn near impossible early in her career. Over time, she overcame it and even starred in a Broadway play decades later. What a woman!

    So many choices . . but I went with one to which the weather in my locale inspired. It’s dark, wet and gloomy outside, so the classic- a Monday morning standard if ever there was one- “It’s Too Late” will abide just fine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkKxmnrRVHo

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  3. Wow. Haven’t even heard of this one. I did think of you, though, Frank, when listening to music on Youtube and Sound of Silence by Disturbed came on. When it finished, my daughter called from the other room, “Can you play that one again? It was magical.”

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