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As a singer she felt, well, like a natural woman, if you will...Just the skill and grace to stand aside and let her craft as songwriter do its work. Unfortunately, 53 years after her first hit, she's rather more prone to stumbling in the way. Much of
If the Beatles and Bob Dylan changed the game by more or less forcing artists to come up with their own material, a new wave of gifted, mostly acoustic-based singer-songwriters stayed the course in the early 1970s, creating a golden era of their own.
No matter how well you think you know a song, a great singer can make you rethink its entire meaning. That's exactly what happens here and it is wondrous to behold.
NYJames Taylor took on his roots at the Carnegie Hall in the second of his four-part residency at the storied institution where everyone from Presidents to The Beatles has graced its cavernous stage. On this night the hall celebrated its 120th gala
A Conversation with Squeeze's Chris Difford & Glenn Tilbrook Mike Ragogna : Your new album Spot The Difference is a revisit of previous hits and classics. And as your title suggests, it's literally hard to spot the difference on many of these songs...
Entering the storied Madison Square Garden Wednesday night I had a distinct moment of uncertainty; of feeling I was in the wrong place. I was there to see two pop legends perform, yet judging from the median age of the crowd it looked more like a "
King, on the other hand, still has the ability to make the Earth move under her feet. 'You're still damn cute, Carole!" one fan hollered...With a girlish figure, a beaming smile and a head full of blonde curls, she's a pretty hot 68-year-old hippie --
Rather, it will be a gentle goodbye to the Mellon Arena when James Taylor and Carole King perform what is expected to be the final show ever at the Igloo on Saturday night. It is billed as an encore performance for the folk legends, who played the
So the current tour is partly about getting back to the garden. Taylor stuck mainly with his early albums, which remain his most resonant (he proved as much when he jumped ahead to 1977 for the cute but lightweight hit "Your Smiling Face"). King
Chad Batka for The New York Times Carole King and James Taylor, who played on each other's songs in their show Tuesday. If there still exists an idea of the American singer-songwriter as a conveyor of sympathy, sincerity and trust Bob Dylan