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Artist: Carole King

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Label: Epic/Legacy
Album: Thoroughbred
# Song Title   Time
1)    So Many Ways
2)    Daughter of Light
3)    High Out of Time
4)    Only Love Is Real
5)    There's a Space Between Us
6)    I'd Like to Know You Better
7)    We All Have to Be Alone
8)    Ambrosia
9)    Still Here Thinking of You
10)    It's Gonna Work Out Fine

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Carole King (vocals, keyboards); James Taylor (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Robert "Waddy" Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar (guitar); Tom Scott (soprano & tenor saxophones); Leland Sklar (bass); Russ Kunkel (drums); Ralph McDonald (percussion); David Crosby, Graham Nash, J.D. Souther (background vocals).
  • Personnel: Carole King (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, background vocals); James Taylor (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Danny Kortchmar (vocals, guitar); David Crosby, Graham Nash (vocals, background vocals); J.D. Souther (vocals); Robert Wachtel, Richard Wachtel (guitar); Tom Scott (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Russ Kunkel (drums); Ralph MacDonald (percussion).
  • 1976's THOROUGHBRED was Carole King's last album for Lou Adler's Ode Records imprint, and it's clearly a transitional release. Change was afoot in the musical air in 1976, and while there's no hints of punk or disco on THOROUGHBRED--which is a good thing--King is definitely moving away from the solo piano sound of her earlier solo albums. King's thumping, percussive piano playing is still all over the album, but guitars play a more prominent role than ever before. At times, the instrumental interplay resembles that of Fleetwood Mac, particularly Waddy Wachtel's Lindsey Buckingham-like solo on "Only Love Is Real." The songs themselves are in the eclectic style of 1973's all-over-the-map FANTASY, with the country-tinged "We All Have To Be Alone" and "Ambrosia" sitting comfortably between the slinky pop of "I'd Like To Know You Better" and the soulful "Still Here Thinking of You."

Producer:Lou Adler
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:26 March, 1991
Guest Artist: James Taylor; David Crosby; Graham Nash; Tom Scott; J. D. Souther
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