City / Carole King Related

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City / Carole King Related - Now That Everything's Been Said Now That Everything's Been Said
Pop Used - LP Z12 44 012 Ode
Beautiful Near Mint 1969 Original In Shrink Wrap, Tiny COH. Signed To Lou Adler's Ode Label, Carole King’s Trio Debuted With 1969's "Now That Everything's Been Said". Given King Wrote Or Co-Wrote All But One Selection And Handled The Majority Of Lead Vocals (Kootch Sang "A Man Without A Dream" And "Sweet Home"), Musically The Set Might As Well Have Been King's Solo Debut. While There Were Some Subtle Differences From The Sound That Was To Mark Her Forthcoming Solo Career, Anyone Into "Tapestry" Will Probably Find This Set Both Familiar And Enjoyable. So What Are The Highlights? The Opener "Snow Queen" Has An Unexpected Progressive Feel; Thanks To Kortchmar's Guitar "Wasn't Born To Follow" Sported An Unexpected Rock Sound, While The Title Track And "Why Are You Leaving" Sounded Like Unsentimental Looks Back On Her Failed Marriage To Gerry Goffin. Unfortunately, King's Stage Fright Left The Trio Unable To Tour And Support The LP. Adding To The Problem, With Ode Switching Its Distribution Agreement From A&M To Columbia, The Set Became Instantly Obscure Making This An Extremely Difficult LP To Find, Especially Factory Sealed!... more details
 

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