No Easy Way Down - Carole King - Writer, Rhymes & Reasons (CD, Album)

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Up on the Roof. Come Down Easy. My My She Cries. Peace in the Valley. Feeling Sad Tonight. The First Day in August. Bitter With the Sweet. Goodbye Don't Mean I'm Gone. Stand Behind Me. Writer Tapestry Christgau's Record Guide. B [2].

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On her second follow-up to Tapestry and third new album in less than two years, Carole King turned entirely to new compositions, most of them co-written with Toni Stern, rather than relying partly on songs from her back result was a thinner collection than Tapestry or Music, although the album still went to number two and featured the Top 25 hit "Been to Canaan," as well as the.

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  1. Writer/Rhymes & Reasons. No Easy Way Down. Carole King. Lyrics: Your toy balloon has sailed in the sky But now it must fall to the ground Now your sad eyes reveal Just how badly you feel 'Cause there is no easy way down. The view from the cliffs must have .
  2. No Easy Way Down: 3: Child of Mine: 4: Goin' Back: 5: To Love: 6: What Have You Got to Lose: 7: Eventually: 8: Raspberry Jam: 9: Can't You Be Real: I Can't Hear You No More: Sweet Sweetheart: Up on the Roof: Come Down Easy: My My She Cries: Peace in the Valley: Feeling Sad Tonight: First Day in.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Writer, Rhymes & Reasons on Discogs.
  4. Carole King 's first official solo album and her fourth album, both of which were originally on Ode Records (A&M in England), make an interesting pairing on this European CD release, which combines both on one disc. Writer () dated from the time before King found her defining sound, and is dominated by Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar 's electric and acoustic guitars, as well as King 's singing, 8/
  5. Carole King is a genius of a talent who doesn't need to top her previous work to make great music. Oh my god all I have to do is close my eyes and put this CD on and its or 73 all over again. Something about her mellow, easy, beautiful singing makes a man feel innocent again/5(59).
  6. Written-By – Carole King, Toni Stern: A3: Peace In The Valley Written-By – Carole King, Toni Stern: A4: Feeling Sad Tonight Written-By – Carole King, Toni Stern: A5: The First Day In August Written-By – Carole King, Charles Larkey: A6: Bitter With The Sweet Written-By – Carole King: B1: Goodbye Don't Mean.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Carole King - Original Album Classics at Discogs. Complete your Carole King collection.
  8. No Easy Way Down may refer to: "No Easy Way Down", a song from Hour Glass's self-titled album, later sung by other artists, including Dusty Springfield in Dusty in Memphis () and the song's co-writer Carole King in Writer () "No Easy Way Down", a song from Explosions in the Glass Palace () by Rain Parade.
  9. Writer is the debut studio album by Carole King and was released in King already had a successful career as a songwriter, and been a part of The City, a short-lived group she formed after moving to Los Angeles in Tracks on the album include "Up on the Roof" which was a number 4 hit for the Drifters in , and "Child of Mine", which has been recorded by Billy Joe Royal, among others.

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