By Carole King
A memoir via the enduring singer-songwriter chronicling her tale from her beginnings in Brooklyn via her impressive good fortune as one of many world's so much acclaimed musical skills, to her modern-day as a number one performer and activist. From her marriage to Gerry Goffin, with whom she wrote dozens of songs that hit the charts, to her personal achievements, particularly with "Tapestry," which remained at the charts for greater than six years, to her reviews as a mom, this memoir chronicles certainly one of music's so much profitable and engaging stars. The booklet will contain dozens of photographs from King's adolescence, her family, and behind-the-scenes pictures from her performances through the years.
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A Natural Woman by Carole King