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The Best of Carly Simon

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The Only thing to Do

Pop Diva, Rock Goddess, Femme le Folke...whatever title you want to give Carly Simon doesn't matter as her stunning arrangements & pure vocal joy transcend any of them. Nice to be re acquainted with this album after growing up in Brisbane with my older sister blasting it out way back when. Love to Carly :) xxp

Still her biggest...

....selling release to date and one of the finest Greatest Hits of the 1970s. That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be is one of her finest ballads, The Right Thing To Do is one of the many highlights of No Secrets, and Haven't Got Time For The Pain is a masterpiece.

All gold, all beautiful. xo

Biography

Born: 25 June 1945 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Carly Simon was one of the most popular of the confessional singer/songwriters who emerged in the early '70s. The youngest child in an upper-class New York family (her father, Richard Simon, co-founded the Simon & Schuster publishing company), Simon got her start in music as part of a duo with her sister Lucy (who later wrote the music for the Broadway show The Secret Garden). The Simon Sisters had a chart single with "Winkin' Blinkin' and Nod" in April 1964. But Simon's solo debut did not come...
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