14 May 2012Check local listing to see @Carole_King with @tavissmiley on PBS Tuesday May 15th.
22 November 2011Take 2 ... Sound check @todayshow this morning #CaroleKingTODAY !!
04 December 2012Grateful for tonight's honor, the great talent joining me, & the chance to help @PaintedTurtleCA provide such a special place. #ptbenefit
11 May 2013Great night honoring @CaroleKing, @AnnieLennox, @WillieNelson, @KrisKristofferson @BerkleeCollege #berkleegrad2013
Photo by Katie Page
10 July 2012In 1963, with something like thirty three Top 10 hits to Aldon's credit, Donnie (Kirshner) had begun negotiating with Screen Gems Television and Columbia Pictures to sell Aldon Music... "Nothing's gonna change" Donnie said, "It'll only get better. I'll be able to place your songs in movies". We were not convinced.
P.128 From "A Natural Woman"
21 August 2012It was my honor and pleasure to be invited to share a meal with the Halstead Fire crew at the end of yet another grueling day for them. My dad fought structural fires in New York City, so respect for firefighters is in my DNA.
25 September 2012Way to decorate a subway! Photo by Carole King.
11 April 2012Photo from yesterday with @mariska @todayshow
22 November 2011Sound check @todayshow this morning. #caroletoday
31 July 2012"People often ask if I knew, when I was recording Tapestry, that it would become one of the biggest-selling albums in popular music, or that it would touch so many people. How could I know that? I was simply doing what I'd always done- recording songs that I had written or co-written. If quality of songs and integrity of presentation were factors in Tapestry's success, so were the timing of its release, an extraordinary confluence of good luck and the determination of Lou Adler to ensure that the album would be heard by as many people as possible." p. 208 From "A Natural Woman"
01 August 2012Engineer Hank Cicalo shared with me his recollections of the Tapestry sessions at A & M Studios... "I always put the players where everyone could see each other. Your piano was in the middle of the room, with the drums where you could see them and the drummer could see you. I put everyone around you in a semicircle so everyone could see you because you conducted with your head. I always changed the control room lighting for the mood of the song and I did the same with the lighting in the studio." I never knew any of that. p. 211 From "A Natural Woman"
28 November 201212/4/12 I'll be joined by @johnlegend @aliciakeys @katyperry @jessemccartney @amygrant @quincydjones @herbalpert for the #ptbenefit show! http://bit.ly/ckptben
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