Carole King & Neil Young
Carole King (born February 9, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Neil Percival Young, OC, OM (born November 12, 1945) is a Canadian singer-songwriter who is widely regarded as one of the most influential musicians of his generation./5
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Today in 1973: Elton John, Carole King, Jackson Browne and Neil Young & Crazy Horse opened the Roxy in style in Los Angeles.
More Monkees gorgeousness: 'As We Go Along', co-written by Carole King, with Ry Cooder and Neil Young on guitar.
The early 1970s BBC series In Concert featured some of the greatest performers of the folk rock / singer-songwriter era, including Joni Mitchell, Carole King, James Taylor, Cat Stevens and Neil Young in front of intimate crowds at the old BBC Television Centre in London. In the case of each of the...
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."
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.
OK Susan Marshall Retter! This is going to date me... On your status line list 12 albums that resonated with you for personal reasons. Tag some friends (including me)...and don't over think it. Here are mine: Carole King - Tapestry James Taylor - Sweet Baby James Traffic - On the Road The Allman Brothers - Brothers and Sisters Jackson Browne - Late for the Sky Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean Blvd Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Session Crosby Stills Nash and Young - So Far Dire Straits - Dire Straits John Mellancamp - Uh-huh Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m. Neil Young - Decade
The Monkees. With Carole King, Neil Young, Jack Nitzsche and a great vocal by Micky Dolenz. Music blog:
So I am home on a "snow day" with lots of other stuff I should do, but I am publishing my list of the greatest modern singer/musician song writers. By 'Modern" I exclude people like Woodie Gutherie, Hank Williams and Robert Johnson (all of whom would be above some people on the list) and people I loved in the 70s but didn't do much later (like Carole King, James Taylor or Joni Mitchell) or people you might vote for (like Van Morrison or Elton John) that didn't make my cut. There are two exclusions. Blues artists ~ I'll do a separate list; and Rap, they are too new to meet the endurance criteria of my list. So here goes: (1) Dylan (Duh); (2) Lennon/McCartney; (3) Paul Simon; (4) McCartney; (5) Bruce Springsteen; (6) Lennon; (7) Neil Young; (8) Bob Marley; (9) Brian Wilson/Beach Boys; (10) Richards/Jaeger/Stones; (11) Bono/The Edge/U2; (12) George Harrison; (13) Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day); (14) George Harrison; (14). So my Top Ten has 14. Discuss among yourselves.
I’ve been collecting a bunch of historic classic rock albums that I have always known about and have always been meaning to explore. Most of these albums I came across when I was a kid and would sneak into my big brother’s room to peruse his record collection. (I am getting CD’s by the way…no mp3’s for this old fart!) I am happy to say that I have been blown away by the albums I’ve gotten so far: Van Morrison: Moondance (listening to this one right now) Neil Young: Harvest (Neil is a friggin’ GENIUS) Crosby Stills & Nash (their first album – pretty *** excellent songwriting) Fleetwood Mac (the album immediately prior to Rumours, which is also a killer album) Carly Simon: No Secrets (Oh yeah…Carly knows how to make a tune) Carole King: Tapestry (I can see why this sold so many copies) Joni Mitchell: Ladies of the Canyon (Joni’s another GENIUS) Linda Ronstadt: Heart Like a Wheel (a bit uneven, but still very good) Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (my fave track: “Love Lies Bleed . ...
Classic comment from a punter at the Big Dang Out in Wollongong today..."your song Crossroads sounds like Carole King and Alanis Morissette mixed with the guitar playing of Neil Young"! :)
After leaving Geelong in 1980 and journeying around Australia and beyond, from campfires to concert halls, Shane Howard returns to Geelong on March 16th, with his band, as a special guest for the great ‘Neil Young and Crazy Horse’. 'So much of the inspiration for those early Goanna songs, like Razor's Edge and others, came from Geelong. The wild, music-loving audiences, the Great Ocean Road and the Otway Ranges. So many precious memories. My roots are deep there.' ‘It's also an opportunity to pay my respects to one of the great, enduring artists of our times and being able to share that moment and the 30th Anniversary of Solid Rock with the Geelong audience, makes it all the more special and real’. Shane Howard and His Band Special Guest for ‘Neil Young and Crazy Horse’ A Day on the Green – The Hill Winery, Geelong March 16th, 2013
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 ...
Whose planning on coming to Hunter Wine Country for a concert in the next 2 months? There is a proverbial feast of talent including , Carole King, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello, Neil Young, Robert Plant, to name a few. If you are let us know as we just might plan something to make your visit just that little bit more special. Stay tuned music lovers.
Australia.job well done.taken from a news feed from Reuters. ROCK REVIVAL Once a remote destination for big rock acts, Australia has been flooded with talent over the past year and faces a steady stream of musicians, including heritage acts, in 2013. The strong dollar has made Australia the ideal place to perform for musicians wanting to make money at a time when touring rather than album sales is the main driver of income, with many acts charging a premium in a cashed-up economy. In the first half of 2013, Australia will see tours by Bruce Springsteen, Pink, Guns N'Roses, Ringo Starr, ZZ Top, Thin Lizzy, the Steve Miller Band, Deep Purple, Santana, Status Quo, Robert Plant, Neil Young, Carole King, Paul Simon and Kiss. The high ticket prices have upset some fans, who question why an artist like Springsteen charges $220 for a premium ticket in Australia, when the same ticket to the same show in Connecticut in October cost $90. "You can't tell me it costs more than double per head to stage a concert here i ...
Oh Kevin Vandenbroek. When will you ever learn. He couldn't slander my father, so he decided to try to use his name and reputation to boost his listeners. This was sent to a friend of mine from Kevin's NEW newzzq.com: "Sunday at NewZZQ.com will remind you of what it's like to wake-up to great music. We'll feature Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat, JT, Van Morrison, Jimmy Buffet, Al Stewart, the Doobs, It's a Beautiful Day, Loggins & Messina, Jackson Browne, Carole King, Jesse Winchester, Leon Russell, Warren Zevon, Neil Young, Linda Ronstadt, Paul Simon, Ry Cooder, the Eagles, Todd. old Stones and so much, much more. Remember the real "Tunes 'til Two?" Relive it at the NewZZQ.com. Drop by the NewZZQ.com website. Remember, you need to register first or you'll get a "not authorized" warning when you click on the "Listen" icon. It's really easy and it costs you nada, nothing. Just look for the link that says "Create an account." Then, after registering, check your email to verify that you joined. Once you're part .. ...
You know what would be a perfect concert? Carole King, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Neil Young, and Carly Simon.
Thanks, Duke, or playing Carole King, Been to Canaan. That song us so light and breezy, like her music, and can't help but make you feel good. Thanks also for following up with On the Way Home , neil young, 1 of my all time favorite songs. The live CSNY version,and then The Band :-).
Somehow Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Carole King &Bob Dylan just make everything seem...better
Reliving my childhood watching Sounds of the 70s - Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Mitchellmama's favourite Carole King
Watched sounds of 70s on 2. Feeling nostalgic for the 76 heatwave and my childhood.Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Carole King and James Taylor.
is watching Carole King, James Taylor, Neil Young, Crosby Stills and Nash, Joni Mitchell and more on BBC4 and is positively poleaxed by nostalgia. When I was 15 I wanted to BE Carole King.
as *songwriters* Carole King, Jackson Browne, Neil Young, Lizzie West all would contest 4 & 5.
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