Phil Spector & Carole King

Phillip Harvey Phil Spector (born Harvey Phillip Spector on December 26, 1939) is an American record producer and songwriter. Carole King (born February 9, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. 5.0/5

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It was written by Carole King and Bruce Goffin and produced by Phil Spector when they found out Little Eva was being.
P.J. Proby - I CAN'T MAKE IT ALONE (Liberty 55915) - September 1966 The song that was originally intended as the follow-up single to the Righteous Brothers mega hit, 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. In fact, over three days at Hollywood's Gold Star Studios, Phil Spector produced an unfinished backing track arranged by Jack Nitzsche but shelved the project and chose 'Just Once In My Life', another Gerry Goffin & Carole King composition for the follow-up instead. Over a year and a half later, Nitzsche produced and arranged his own version of 'I Can't Make It Alone' with P.J. Proby, no doubt using the original template as heard in the attached video.
A perfect example of Phil Spector's Wall Of Sound with Darlene Love. Written by the legendary Gerry Goffin and Carole King.
09/24/2013: Darlene Love - LONG WAY TO BE HAPPY - (INITIALLY UNRELEASED) - Darlene Love recorded this Gerry Goffin and Carole King composition in 1964, however it was not initially released. In 1964, The Blossoms (of which Darlene was one) landed a role as regulars on "Shindig!" which angered Phil Spector as he wanted complete control of the group. He didn't release any of Darlene's recordings at that time. [Recorded: June 1964]
1976. Carole King, Gerry Goffin, and Phil Spector wrote it. The Righteous Brothers originally recorded it. The Beach Boys perfected it! Carl and Brian share ...
Come hear the music of the foothills - Greater Grass Valley will enliven your sense of sound, sights and enjoyment! “I Can Hear Music” Plays thru June 23 LeGacy Presents it’s first musical, I Can Hear Music, celebrating the songwriters from the famous Brill Building in New York City, May 31st through June 23rd. In 1958, Bobby Darin hit it big with “Splish Splash, I Was Taking A Bath”. With the money from that song, along with Don Kirshner, Darin rented out office space at 1650 Broadway, the famous Brill Building of Tin Pan Alley. Kirshner brought in young songwriters from the area, writing next door to each other in what Carole King described as “a cubicle with a piano, a bench and an ashtray. If you wrote a hit, they moved you to a cubicle with a window!” Joining the likes of Gerry Goffin, Neil Sedaka, Neil Diamond, Phil Spector, Hal David and Burt Bacharach, and money others, King wrote her first big hit “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”?, followed by “Locomotion”, “Into Somethin ...
The original by Lesley Gore (aka Lesley Sue Goldstein) who double tracks herself, along with background singers in this Jerry Goffen/Carole King tune arranged by Claus Ogerman, and produced by Quincy Jones. He usually came up with better recording quality and arrangements than competitor Phil Spector.
This Friday night, June 8th, Lori's students will be having their voice recital at the Winthrop Playhouse at 7:00. Sounds of the Brill Building is this year's theme ( Phil Spector, Neil Diamond, Neil Sedaka, Carole King, Burt Bacharach, etc... ), lots of classic songs ! Paul, Louie, Rick and I will be the backing band. Tickets are $10.00 and you can get them from us. There may be some at the door but I wouldn't count on too many. They're already going quick. This is going to be a lot of fun, come join us !!
Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin; produced by Phil Spector.
All-time classic downer tune. Written by Carole King! (and husband) Produced by king of the super-creeps, Phil Spector.
Carole King co-wrote it w/this bloke Gerry Goffin & the all The Crystals recorded it under Phil Spector who we know is...
Oh yes it is. The back story of the song is crazy...Carole King, Phil Spector.
"He Hit Me and it Felt Like a Kiss" was co-written by Carole King ... and produced by Phil Spector.
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