The Timeless Reign of Carole King Singer and songwriter Carole King wrote '60s hits such as "Up on the Roof" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" In the '70s, she achieved lasting fame performing her own material, such as "Natural Woman" and Tapestry, the best-selling album of the decade. Carole King's new album is titled The Living Room Tour. It was recorded live in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Hyannis, Mass. (This interview originally aired June 19, 1989.)

The Timeless Reign of Carole King

The Timeless Reign of Carole King

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Singer and songwriter Carole King wrote '60s hits such as "Up on the Roof" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" In the '70s, she achieved lasting fame performing her own material, such as "Natural Woman" and Tapestry, the best-selling album of the decade. Carole King's new album is titled The Living Room Tour. It was recorded live in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Hyannis, Mass. (This interview originally aired June 19, 1989.)

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