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Music : Carole King - Pearls Songs Of Goffin And King [Japan] (2007)
Artist: Carole King
Title Of Album: Pearls Songs Of Goffin And King [Japanese Paper Sleeve]
Year Of Release: 2007 (1980)
Label: Epic Sony (Japan) [VICP-63994]
Country: USA
Genre: Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Blue-eyed Soul, Easy Listening
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 40:26
Full Size: 240 MB

Review by Joe Viglione:

Make no doubt about it, this is possibly Carole King's most important work since Tapestry, and why a similar album didn't follow Tapestry or its follow-up, Music, was a marketing blunder and a mystery. Missing here is Lou Adler's production, though King and her co-producer Mark Hallman are hardly inefficient. It's just that some songs get more attention than others. "Dancin' With Tears in My Eyes" opens the collection, a pleasant new addition to their repertoire, but next to "Locomotion," "One Fine Day," "Chains," and "Snow Queen," its purpose is more to bring the album full circle than to try to compete with these classics. "One Fine Day," the song the Chiffons brought Top Five, was the hit, going Top 15 from this set 17 years later. The reworking of the Freddie Scott/Bobby Vee/Donny Osmond hit "Hey Girl" is breathtaking. Here King is backed by lush production and a bluesy vocal that surpasses anything else on this record, as well as much of what was on the charts at this time. Pearls: Songs of Goffin and King is the set the artist's longtime fans craved when Tapestry made her more than a household name. This album deserves its place right next to Tapestry.


01. Dancin' with Tears in My Eyes (03:33)
02. Locomotion (02:32)
03. One Fine Day (02:32)
04. Hey Girl (03:43)
05. Snow Queen (04:29)
06. Chains (02:58)
07. Oh No Not My Baby (03:03)
08. Hi De Ho (03:37)
09. Wasn't Born To Follow (03:18)
10. Goin' Back (03:51)

Recorded January 1980 at Pecan Street Studios, Austin, TX

Alto Saxophone - Richard Hardy
Banjo - Mark Maniscalco
Bass - Charles Larkey
Congas [Fat], Percussion - Miguel Rivera
Drums - Steve Meador
Engineer - Chet Himes
Flute, Saxophone [Solos] - Richard Hardy
Keyboards - Reese Wynans
Mastered By - Bobby Hata
Producer - Carole King, Mark Hallman
Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar - Eric Johnson
Tenor Saxophone - Tomás Ramírez
Trombone - Michael Munday
Trombone ass - Don Knaub
Trumpet - Bobby Meyer, Raymond Crisara
Written-By - Carole King And Gerry Goffin


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