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In a way, singer/songwriter Carole King has had two careers of outstanding achievement. Throughout the 1960's she was one of pop's most prolific songwriters, writing the music to songs like the Shirellles "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" and the Drifters "Up On the Roof", with most lyrics by her then husband, Gerry Goffin. In 1971, her album Tapestry sold millions of copies, helping to popularize the 1970's pop-rock, singer/songwriter genre.
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