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A Natural Woman - The Ode Collection 1968-1976


Download links and information about A Natural Woman - The Ode Collection 1968-1976 by Carole King. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:06:04 minutes.

Artist: Carole King
Release date: 1994
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:06:04
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No. Title Length
1. Hi-De-Ho 3:24
2. Wasn't Born to Follow 3:44
3. Up In the Roof 3:36
4. Child of Mine 4:02
5. I Feel the Earth Move 2:58
6. So Far Away 3:56
7. It's Too Late 3:53
8. Home Again 2:28
9. Beautifull 3:06
10. Way Over Yonder 4:44
11. You've Got a Friend (Live) 5:09
12. Where You Lead 3:18
13. Will You Love Me Tomorrow? 4:11
14. Smackwater Jack 3:41
15. Tapestry 3:13
16. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman 3:50
17. Music 3:50
18. Brother, Brother 2:59
19. Sweet Seasons 3:15
20. Pocket Money 2:44
21. It's Going to Take Sometime 3:34
22. Bitter With the Sweet 2:28
23. Goodbye Don't Mean I'm Gone 3:35
24. At This Time In My Life 2:49
25. Been to Canaan 3:37
26. Ties That Bind 2:09
27. Corazón 3:56
28. Believe In Humanity (Live) 4:34
29. Jazzman 3:45
30. Wrap Around Joy 2:58
31. Nightingale 3:37
32. Really Rosie 1:50
33. Alligators All Around 1:55
34. There's a Space Between Us 3:22
35. Only Love Is Real 3:31
36. You've Got a Friend (Live) 6:23



In addition to being one of the best examples of old school “mom rock,” this essential Carole King compilation percolates with the warm familiarity of so many classic hits you may find yourself thinking, “This is a Carole King song too?” Culled from her eight year tenure on Ode Records, this double disc set runs 36 tracks deep into her solo songs as well as historical collaborations. The Ode Collection opens with the soulful stroll of “Hi-De-Ho” and ends with a flawlessly performed live take of “You’ve Got A Friend.” If you’re wondering why King’s ‘71 sophomore album Tapestry is included here in its entirety, it’s because every single song on Tapestry is unarguably great. Generation X-ers who grew up with macramé crafting moms are sure to remember “Really Rosie,” from King’s earthy toned ‘75 animated musical T.V. special by the same name. The jovial “Alligators All Around” is also from Really Rosie and along with various vintage episodes of Sesame Street, it still stands up today as an awesome way to teach small children that the alphabet can be a funky thing.