Singer Carole King on Her Early Songwriting Days
In the 1960s, King wrote hit songs like "Up on the Roof" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" But in the 70s, she achieved lasting fame with songs like "Natural Woman" and her album "Tapestry," which was the best-selling album of the decade. Terry spoke to her in 1989. (Rebroadcast.)
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