Carole King's New Rhythm

Liane Hansen speaks with singer/songwriter/legend Carole King, who wrote the music for 1960's hits including Up on the Roof and One Fine Day. Her 1971 album Tapestry was a huge hit, selling 14 million copies. Her latest cd, Love Makes the World, has just been released on her own label, Rockingale Records. {You can find out more at}

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