Carole King - Corazón / That's How Things Go Down download flac
Carole King Corazon (1973) Fantasy Album. Corazon in Spanish means "Heart".
Fantasy (Carole King album). 1973 studio album by Carole King. The flip side of the latter single, "You Light Up My Life" (not the Debby Boone hit), charted separately from its A-side. That's How Things Go Down" – 3:01.
That's How Things Go Down. A Quiet Place To Live. Original Album Classics (CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD). Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Legacy, Epic.
Hey, with each day that passes by I pray that I will see you soon And you will be here with me To see the child being born. Safe and sound All I can do is wait and hope that you'll Be around That's how things go down I want to see you again. In the end All I can do is wait and hope that you'll Be around That's how things go down I want to see you again That's how things go down I want to see you again.
BThat's How Things Go Down3:04. Producer – Lou Adler Written-By – Carole King.
View Carole King's page on Rhapsody. In "That's How Things Go Down," she is a pregnant and potentially unwed mother and in "Weekdays" the mythical everyday housewife: "Heaven knows I can always watch the daytime shows/And wonder which story's mine. Welfare Symphony" should be called "Welfare Sympathy," because that's all it is, sympathy without guts: "She often cried as they left her without a shred of pride. The all-conclusive summary cut has the embarrassingly preachy title, "Believe In Humanity. Up through Rhymes And Reasons, Carole King wrote songs that, in their specificity of detail, personal revelation, and narrative force, embodied an extraordinary populist feeling and musical vitality. This Isn't How Things Go. Little King.
Music is the third album by American singer-songwriter Carole King. It is a continuation of the style laid down in Tapestry. The album was released in December 1971 and quickly rose to the top of the charts. It features songs such as "It's Going to Take Some Time" (US No. 12 by The Carpenters), "Sweet Seasons," a No. 9 hit for Carole King, and "Brother, Brother". Carole King: Music experienced immediate success and was certified gold on December 9, 1971, days after release. It was certified platinum on July 17, 1995. That's How Things Go Down.
King's career as a songwriter is so expansive that it dwarfs even the monster sales figures of her classic 1971 solo juggernaut, Tapestry, which currently tops 25 million and counting. King was a musical prodigy, selling melodies to New York City publishing companies while she was still in high school. Spector, rarely one to back down, ultimately withdrew the single. Even as an album track on the Crystal's 1963 LP He's a Rebel, the song remained infamous. Half a century later, King has an uneasy relationship with the title. I wrote the music to 'He Hit Me (and It Felt Like A Kiss).
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- Producer – Lou Adler
- Written-By – Carole King
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): ODE 66079S(RE-2)-M3 MR[in circle] V △ 92688
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): ODE 66080S-M2 MR[in circle] △ 92594-X
|ODE-66039||Carole King||Corazón (7", Single)||Ode Records||ODE-66039||US||1973|
|ODE-66039||Carole King||Corazón (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Ode Records||ODE-66039||US||1973|
|ODE 66039||Carole King||Corazon / That's How Things Go Down (7")||A&M Records, Ode Records||ODE 66039||Guatemala||1973|
|AM 45058||Carole King||Corazon (7")||A&M Records||AM 45058||Italy||1973|
|AM-009||Carole King||Corazón (7", Single)||Ode Records||AM-009||Mexico||1974|