Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An acclaimed singer-songwriter invites fans into her personal life.When King embarked on her Living Room Tour in 2004, she re-created onstage the atmosphere that millions had come to expect from the slew of albums she recorded from the 1970s onward. Tapestry, her breakthrough 1971 album, not only became a bestseller and a benchmark for women's achievements in the music industry but also introduced ... Read full review

Review: A Natural Woman: A Memoir

Editorial Review - - Barbara Bamberger Scott

I couldn't get through this book without humming or singing some of Carole King's famous songs as I went along. To read the backstage version of her onstage life is to understand where the songs came from and have the chance to relive their creation with her, one of America's greatest tunesmiths and lyricists. Born Carol Klein in New York in 1942, King (who began to invent her stage name beginning ... Read full review

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Review: A Natural Woman: A Memoir

User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

After reading (and mostly enjoying) Girls Like Us, a friend recommended this book. Also an enjoyable read -- mostly because of the connection to the music. I found the songs running through my head as Ms. King narrated the details of her life at the time. Read full review

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