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VG. Label: Ode Records (2) ‎– SP-77013 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Canada Released: 1971 Genre: Rock Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
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PhoenixWench
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
classic, worth the listen
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2021
I love Carole King''s music - including ''Music" - and it''s such a sad treat to hear songs that don''t get regular air play on radio. My only complaint is with Amazon - I would not drop a star for the album, since it is no fault of the album. I bought the MP3 so I can... See more
I love Carole King''s music - including ''Music" - and it''s such a sad treat to hear songs that don''t get regular air play on radio.
My only complaint is with Amazon - I would not drop a star for the album, since it is no fault of the album. I bought the MP3 so I can listen offline, but for some reason the MP3 wouldn''t download. Instead I was forced to go to ''my music'' and download each song individually. This would have been a nuisance at the best of times, but since I have a broken arm and injured hand it was downright painful. Not amused, Amazon!
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Steven HaaralaTop Contributor: David Bowie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Music = Mellow Mix
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2007
In the early-to-mid 70''s, Carole King set the standard for the mellow singer-songwriter genre. She released 4 albums in a row that were achievements anyone would be proud of, and then 2 more that weren''t bad at all. This album, her second, was pretty much overshadowed by... See more
In the early-to-mid 70''s, Carole King set the standard for the mellow singer-songwriter genre. She released 4 albums in a row that were achievements anyone would be proud of, and then 2 more that weren''t bad at all. This album, her second, was pretty much overshadowed by the giant "Tapestry", her first. But the passage of time allows us to see that it is a valid artistic accomplishment in its own right, not a pale follow-up to "Tapestry". Carole''s trademark piano and soft percussion are applied to a variety of impressive songs. "Brother, Brother" is a good strong opener, with its tremolo effect and bongos backing up Carole''s vocal about keeping a caring eye on someone she is fond of. "It''s Going To Take Some Time" is softer, but still serious, about someone picking up the pieces after a hard fall. "Sweet Seasons" brings us back into the sun again, with its terrific piano hook and lyrics describing the joys of "...a life in the open, a life in the country..." "Surely" is my favorite on the album. It is slow and deliberate and shows quiet power as Carole tries to convince her lover of her loyalty. I especially like the lyric "How does the turtle go? Slowly, surely. That''s how my love grows..." The title cut to some extent echoes the jazzy feel of "It''s Too Late", but it makes a more positive statement and, accordingly, it is more upbeat. "Song Of Long Ago" is a compact, delicate, folklike song with added vocals by James Taylor. The message of this song is that no matter what''s happening to you, the important thing is to FEEL. "Too Much Rain" is slow and deliberate like "Surely", with a less happy ending. And just in case all this mellowness has lulled you to sleep, the final cut, "Back To California", will wake you up. It is very reminiscent of The Beatles'' "Get Back", with its thumping bass, constant drumming, keyboard solos and even similar chord changes.

Because of its variety, this album is difficult to sum up in a few words. While it looks back to "Tapestry" for inspiration, it also predicts the growth that occurred in "Rhymes & Reasons" and "Fantasy", the 2 albums that followed it.
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Bill Lim
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Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019
It was great to hear Carol King''s early work
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LynArk
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Disappointed
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2021
I expected familiar old classics, but that''s not what this CD delivers.
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Carole King in Studio
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2011
This CD couldn''t be more of a contrast to "Tapestry", which came out earlier in the same year. It has a very definate studio sound in the background musicians, guest vocals and even fade-outs in some of the songs! On the other hand it does have some great songs. My favorite... See more
This CD couldn''t be more of a contrast to "Tapestry", which came out earlier in the same year. It has a very definate studio sound in the background musicians, guest vocals and even fade-outs in some of the songs! On the other hand it does have some great songs. My favorite is "Too Much Rain". Carole''s range of styles and ability to move her audience is a rare talent. This CD is worth including in your collection.
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Charles A. Christesson
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Worthy Follow-Up To Tapestry
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2014
After giving the world the wonderful gift of TAPESTRY, Carole King had set the bar very high for herself. She more than met the challenge with the exquisite MUSIC, a rich collection of songs only she could have produced. Each in its own way is a mini-masterpiece of melody... See more
After giving the world the wonderful gift of TAPESTRY, Carole King had set the bar very high for herself. She more than met the challenge with the exquisite MUSIC, a rich collection of songs only she could have produced. Each in its own way is a mini-masterpiece of melody and story telling. "It''s Gonna Take Some Time" is poignant and to the point. "Music" is a jazz-waltz celebration of what King does best------making music. It''s all here, the great melodies, underpinned by her inspired piano and band arrangements, and the heartfelt lyrics and vocals. This album is truly some kind of wonderful.
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Superb
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2015
Carole King at her best. I love this work of Carole''s; I can''t seem to get enough of it.
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M. Crider
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
"growing away from me" is lousy quality recording
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2004
don''t buy this cd for "growing away from me" as the recording sounds like it was burned from an old album, lots of pops and crackling. surely they could have found a better source tape or cleaned it up.
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jacques04
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最高でした。
Reviewed in Japan on March 18, 2019
ずっと気にはなってましたが、聴いたことはありませんでした。「つづれおり」の次のアルバムで、キャロル・キングの声と作曲能力を考えたら、間違いないかなと思い購入しました。 最高でした。
ずっと気にはなってましたが、聴いたことはありませんでした。「つづれおり」の次のアルバムで、キャロル・キングの声と作曲能力を考えたら、間違いないかなと思い購入しました。
最高でした。
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 15, 2014
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