Carole King & Bob Dylan

Carole King (born February 9, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Bob Dylan , born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941, is an American singer-songwriter, musician and artist. 5.0/5

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Grace is being compared to Bob Dylan and Carole King as a compliment. How surreal this must be for her and you guys lol.
Me too. My list would include Stevie, Prince, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Cat Stevens, Don Mclean and Carole King
The Gershwin brothers, Irving Berlin, Carole King and Bob Dylan - enjoy and even...
I'm so over people saying Lana Del Rey can't sing. Her voice is perfect. Bob Dylan and Carole King can't sing and look who they've become.
February 14, 1974…At the Los Angeles Forum, a tour by Bob Dylan and the Band came to an end after 39 shows in 21 cities. In attendance for the last show were musical colleagues such as Carole King and Neil Young as well as Hollywood royalty that included Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty. Ringo Starr declared it "bloody fantastic, the best concert I've ever been to." The performance was recorded for the album "Before The Flood."
From today's superstar artists like Adele and Kelly Clarkson, to the legendary Bob Dylan, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Carole King and Michael Jackson, thi...
Listening to Jimmy Cliff this morning and thinking about what it is that makes a truly great song. I decided maybe it's one that can be played across genres and sound just as good as well as standing up with a simple acoustic guitar. Bob Dylan wrote quite a lot like that. Carole King too. If that is the criteria I should probably reconsider a few songs that I thought were great. I wonder what others make of this theory?
Second half of best of 70's mellow musicians Phoebe Snow, Carole King, James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg and Bob Dylan. Hey Mister, That's Me Up on the Jukebox, San Francisco Bay Blues, I Feel the Earth Move.
When you've grown up with Neil Young, Bob Dylan, the Stones, Carole King, Marshall Tucker and the Band.the Grammy's seem cartoonish at best.
Fantuzzi's latest album is an eclectic and joyous culmination of three years of hard work and constant global touring that serves to bring him together with some of the most amazing musicians on the planet. Recording began in Bali in early 2011 with some of Bali's finest musicians such as Riwin Dacuba of Tropical Transit and the immensely talented jazz-trumpet player Rio Sidik. On our return to the States, further recording took place in LA with Fantuzzi's favorite "Flexibles"; Deon Estus (bass with Marvin Gaye, George Michael), Avi Sills (Berkelee graduate, drummed with Bob Dylan and Robert Cray), Rob Sherman an outstanding keyboard player, and Richard Hardy (flute and sax with Carole King). From LA, recording shifted to the San Francisco Bay area, to Little Buddha studios where a host of talented and gracious musicians stepped up to add color and flavor to individual tracks in the form of: fabulous backing singing from April Dawn and Diane Patterson, flute and sax by Charles Moselle, a little Reggae fla ...
Ahh Carole King, Cat Stevens, James Taylor, Bob Dylan and Dan Fogelburgh just a few of my faves.
The history lives on... Just a few tidbits from the musical annals of time... September 22nd: On this Day 1937 - Red Norvo and his orchestra recorded the "Russian Lullaby." 1943 - Kate Smith finished her War Bond radio appeal. She had stayed on the air 13 continuous hours and collected $39 million in bond pledges. 1958, After receiving special permission from the US Army, Elvis Presley gave one last press conference at the Military Ocean Terminal in Brooklyn. He then joined the rest of the 3rd Armored Division on the USS General Randall for a voyage to Bremerhaven, Germany. 1962 - Bob Dylan made his first appearance at Carnegie Hall. 1964 - "Fiddler on the Roof" opened on Broadway. It was the beginning of a run of 3,242 performances. 1964, Herman's Hermits were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with the Carole King & Gerry Goffin song 'I'm Into Something Good', the group's only UK No.1. 1965, San Francisco band The Great Society, featuring Grace Slick and her then-husband Jerry Slick on drums, made their li ...
Carole King, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Brian Wilson, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Lennon and McCartney, Sting, Bono and on and on. Has there been a songwriter of their caliber born after 1960?
PLAYBOARD MAGAZINE Vancouver, B.C Summer 2013 Can you remember what you felt when you first heard John Lennon sing “Imagine” ... or where you were when you first danced to the music of the Bee Gees? Cruisin’ with the Boomers will transport you back to relive those memories and many more, through an evening of classic songs that powerfully evoke the spirit of the 1960s and 1970s. A colorful tapestry of popular music ranging from one end of a decade to another and encompassing many different genres, this new musical revue includes chart toppers by David Bowie, The Beatles, Carole King, Bob Dylan, The Doors, The Righteous Brothers, BB King, Elton John, Disco and Motown Medleys, Woodstock and more. Initiated, produced and directed by Voni Grindler, and written by Voni Grindler and Andy Thoma, Cruisin’ with the Boomers features the many talents of Joani Bye, Linda Kidder, Oliver Conway, Dave Pickell, Peter Padden and Tim Porter. All Vancouver based veterans of BC’s music scene, these charismatic, ve ...
“Do do that voodoo that you do so well.” Sometimes I’ll see polls ranking the “greatest pop song writers of all time” and I’ll see names like Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Carole King, etc. They’re all good and have written some great songs, but Hello. Happy Birthday to the real “Greatest”, Cole Porter, 1891. Cole was born into relative wealth and as the only child, was constantly under the watch of mommy who taught him piano and violin. She frequently changed his birth year to make him look more precocious at recitals. He went to Yale and then Harvard where he attempted to study law. One of his professors took him aside and pointed him to the music building on campus and told him to go over there. When World War I broke out he went to Europe and joined the French Foreign Legion although there are some disputes about that. It is known that he had a portable piano designed that he could carry on his back and used it to entertain troops. After the war he stayed in Italy and lived a pre ...
Sundays I remember the old classics waking me up on Sunday mornings. Patsy Cline would sing her way at 5am just before the sun shines while a rooster crows together with her and forces everyone out of bed. Until today, her song Crazy is still stuck in my head whenever it's a Sunday and when there's nothing else to do but lie in bed and kill time. I never appreciated Sunday music much. I hoped I did as much as I do now. But thank God for Sundays I got the chance to see the world the generation before us lived in. Sunday was Music 101. It introduced me to the Beatles, Janis Joplin, Aretha, Stevie Wonder, Etta James, Elvis, Carole King, James Taylor, John Denver, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and the so many great singer-songwriters whose lyrics and melodies rang the sound of a generation. On sundays, I listen to the oldies and get lost in the 60's which is my favorite decade in music. It was a tumultuous time. I didnt even have to read history to know what the 60's must have felt. It doesnt matter whether it's folk ...
There are few things more American than rock & roll, so here's a rare one for you this Memorial Day weekend. From David Letterman's 10th Anniversary on NBC back in 1992, Bob Dylan was joined by a random crew of musicians to perform "Like a Rolling Stone." On stage with Bob? Chrissie Hynde, Edgar Winter, Jim Keltner, Mavis Staples, Nanci Griffith, Michelle Shocked, Emmylou Harris, Paul Shaffer, Steve Vai, Rosanne Cash, Carole King, Doc Severinsen and more. Check it out! Happy Memorial Day everyone!
Carole King is right up there with Bob Dylan, When it comes to Song writing
Also This Day in Rock History !! March 9 1963 – Appearing at the East Ham Granada, London, Tommy Roe, Chris Montez and bottom of the bill The Beatles. 1964 – The Beatles filmed the last day of train scenes for the movie A Hard Dad’s Night. During their six days of filming aboard a moving train, The Beatles traveled a total of 2,500 miles on the rails. 1966 – The Beach Boys started recording ‘God Only Knows’. It became a UK No.2 single in 1966 and the B-side of ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ in the US. 1967 – appearing at the Skyline Ballroom, Hull, Yorkshire, The Small Faces, Family and The Strollers. 1968 – Bob Dylan started a ten-week run at No.1 on the UK chart with his ninth album ‘John Wesley Harding’. A US No.2 in the same year 1972 – James Taylor, Carole King and Barbra Streisand perform a benefit concert for Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern 1973 – Black Sabbath kicked off an 8-date sold out UK tour at Green’s Playhouse, Glasgow. 1974 – Alvin Stardust was a ...
Hello friends of Gritbiscuit Records and singer-songwriter Christopher Lockett. A most extraordinary review of Lockett's music was recently published on BlueRailroad.com, the esteemed Paul Zollo's online music magazine. Zollo is the author of the book Songwriters on Songwriting, which features 60+ interviews with the likes of Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Neil Young, Paul Simon, Tom Petty, Burt Bacharach, Brian Wilson, Willie Dixon, Mose Allison, Carole King, Townes Van Zandt, Richard Thompson, Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman, Sammy Cahn, Dave Brubeck, David Crosby, and Frank Zappa. Some real heavies and some of Lockett's songwriting heroes. we here at Gritbiscuit, a tiny boutique label created to feature Lockett's work, are beyond proud of what Zollo had to say. The review in its entirety is at: are some of the highlights: "He writes lyrics with the earthy grace of Merle Haggard... a country songwriter swimming against the prevalent Nashville current of pop country to return to the deep waters of songwriters like ...
I have been watching Danny Baker focussing the golden age of the album (record not photo) it started me thinking of my favourite three albums. I could have gone for the classics - Rumours (Fleetwood Mac); Tapestry (Carole King); Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon and Garfinkel); Sergeant Pepper (Beatles); - but I have picked the following depressing offerings: Blue (Joni Mitchell); Blood on the Tracks (Bob Dylan); Five Leaves Left (Nick Drake). Could have gone for any Mitchell or Dylan album really. Or Neil Young! What an old hippy I am.
It seems to me that in almost two generations, rap has never produced a songwriting talent on the order of a Stevie Wonder, John Lennon, Prince, Bob Dylan, or even Carole King. Am I right? And if so, why is that?
I protest! I know somw people will rush to the defence of Bocelli, Brightman, The Tenors and a few others but I honestly despair for the music industry. I grew up in the '60s (my teens) and the '70s were the years of my young adulthood. The music of that era and of my group was Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Joanie Mitchell, Bob Seger, The Mommas & The Pappas, The Beachboys, The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Rodriguez, Bob Marley, The Eagles, Carole King, James Taylor and so many more. Just list the artists that were at Woodstock including CS&N, Hendrix, Joe Cocker and one of my favourite guitarists Robbie Robertson. That was an era when such musicians were able to apply their musical talents and poetic skill to record great protest poetry. None of them were shouters and they all had their distictive individual style, tone and rythm. Who can forget the poetry of Jimmy Croce or the gravelly Jimmy Morrison (I visited his grave, so please excuse the pun). What do we have now - it all sounds the same and it is very diff ...
This Day In Music! August 31 1939 - Frank Sinatra recorded "All or Nothing at All" with the Harry James Band. 1967 - The Beatles announced that they would handle their own affairs following the death of manager Brian Epstein. 1968 - Danny Kerwin joined Fleetwood Mac 1969 - Bob Dylan made his first paid appearance at England's Isle of Wight Pop Festival since his motorcycle accident three years earlier. 1971 - A security guard was stabbed to death at a Who concert in Forest Hills, NY. 1974 - The Rolling Stones released "Goat's Head Soup." 1974 - "The Partridge Family" television show ended. 1974 - In federal court, John Lennon testified the Nixon administration tried to have him deported because of his involvement with the anti-war demonstrations at the 1972 Republican convention in Miami, FL. 1974 - Carole King's "Jazzman" was released. 1976 - A judge ruled that George Harrison was guilty of copying from the song "He’s So Fine" (by the Chiffons). 1987 - Michael Jackson's "Bad" video was televised for th ...
Does anyone know who wrote more songs, Carole King or Bob Dylan? If possible, how many each wrote. Can't get a definitive answers in my searches.
Somehow Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Carole King &Bob Dylan just make everything seem...better
After about six hours work am finally caught up going into the last week of the semester. A special thanks to The Association, Carly Simon, Carole King, The Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkle, and Bob Dylan for helping to get me through. Also to a very special friend who suggested I listen to Sarah McLachlin. I might actually be getting into the 21st century.
Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Brian Wilson, Bob Dylan, Carole King, Bert Bacharach, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder all in the mix.
Bob Dylan, Ray Davies, Hal David, Smokey Robinson, Carole King & Paul Simon were all better poets than Jim Morrison - this doc is crazy.
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