23 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

King’s musical mastery is palpable on her second album, a soulful blend of folk-flecked sweetness and the kind of powerhouse songwriting chops that made her a hitmaker in the ‘60s. While her own renditions of these hits—“Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”—are fresh and distinct, it’s in her personal writing that she gleams: “You’ve Got a Friend” elegantly espouses kinship, while “I Feel the Earth Move” is a bluesy ode to sensuality.

EDITORS’ NOTES

King’s musical mastery is palpable on her second album, a soulful blend of folk-flecked sweetness and the kind of powerhouse songwriting chops that made her a hitmaker in the ‘60s. While her own renditions of these hits—“Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”—are fresh and distinct, it’s in her personal writing that she gleams: “You’ve Got a Friend” elegantly espouses kinship, while “I Feel the Earth Move” is a bluesy ode to sensuality.

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