As a performer, Carole King's best known songs include "It's Too Late" (1971), "Sweet Seasons" (1972), "Jazzman" (1974), and "One Fine Day" (1980). By the time her 1971 album, "Tapestry," was released, Carole King had long established herself as a songwriter. She and then-husband Gerry Goffin co-wrote numerous oldies classics including "One Fine Day," "Will You (Still) Love Me Tomorrow," and "The Locomotion." In 1990, Carole King and Gerry Goffin were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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- Been To Canaan 1972
- Believe In Humanity 1973
- Corazon 1973
- I Feel The Earth Move 1971
(This song later also became a hit for Martika (1989).)
- It's Too Late 1971
(This song topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts.)
- Jazzman 1974
- Nightingale 1975
- So Far Away 1971
- Sweet Seasons 1972
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