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An Uncommon Love - Carole King - Love Makes The World (CD, Album)

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  1. "Love Makes the World" is still worth hearing! Carole King is the greatest woman songwriter of the 20th century. This CD is a wonderful addition to her work. It is heartwarming to hear positive songs in an era where negativity too often masquerades as depth of meaning/5(70).
  2. Special Edition ( Rare and Official US track promotional-only 2-CD set, featuring a fascinating track Interview CD to accompany Carole's acclaimed track CD album, housed in a beautiful, gatefold card picture sleeve -- a spectacular package! RKGL-PRO1 Other Versions (5 of 13) View All.
  3. AllMusic Review by Hal Horowitz [+] Bouncing around smaller indie labels in the '90s after a few failed albums on majors, Carole King rebounded with this self-released disc on her own Rockingale (an anagram of Carole King and a takeoff on her song "Nightingale") imprint. Although it's not a totally successful return to her past triumphs, the disc is one of her best post-'70s albums and occasionally 6/
  4. Original Album Classics, a Compilation of songs by Carole King. Released 17 March on Legacy (catalog no. ; CD).
  5. “An Uncommon Love” is a strong love ballad, coming near the end of what turns out to be a rather satisfying effort. Recently re-released as a two-disc deluxe edition, Love Makes The World’s bonus disc includes five songs and four video tracks.
  6. Our matching folio to Carole King's classy, self-released album features 12 tunes and guest artists such as kd lang, Celine Dion, Babyface and Wynton Marsalis. Songs include I Wasn't Gonna Fall in Love, Love Makes the World, This Time and more.
  7. Label: Rockingale Records - RCDC • Format: 2x, CD Album, Deluxe Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Carole King - Love Makes The World Deluxe Edition (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  8. Mar 17,  · It is all King's recordings for Capitol Records except for "City Streets" which is a bit surprising as "Love Makes The World" is a much later release. The discs all sound good and are in miniature jacket sleeves but without all the information from the original lp covers and that is a shame/5(31).

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