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Marvin Gaye's 1971 album, What's Going On is regarded for its depiction of the social unrest of the time, as well as its musical beauty. Gems/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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Carole King was in a doo-wop group called the Co-Sines when she was a teenager. Jim McCrary hide caption

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James Taylor and Carole King first collaborated 40 years ago and are now reunited for a joint tour. James O'Mara hide caption

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Carole King, James Taylor: Together, 40 Years Later

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Rocky Mountain Activist Carole King

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'Tapestry'

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