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Tapestry Revisited: Tribute to Carole King
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Blues, Folk, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock, Gospel
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Vicki S. from OSAGE BEACH, MO
Reviewed on 2/25/2009...
I loved the original Tapestry album and this one is great as well.
Paul C. (PacMan35) from SHAWNEE, OK
Reviewed on 11/12/2006...
Very nicely done - Cd size HB book with CD.
Caitlin | USA | 04/19/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Carole King's "Tapestry" is an absolute masterpiece! No tribute album will ever come close to matching the brilliance that Carole puts into her own music, but "Tapestry Revisited" was a pleasant surprise. I must admit that I was bored through a couple of the versions of the songs ("You've Got a Friend", "It's Too Late".) But there were some outstanding covers. Rod Stewart's, "So Far Away" is awesome! Love Rod's voice on the song. The best, however, is the Bee Gees version of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow". The harmonies at the very beginning of the song are remarkable, and Barry Gibb's non-falsetto lead vocal is amazing. It's the only song on the album that I think is better than the original. This CD will be a wonderful addition to any music lover's collection."
Martin A Hogan | San Francisco, CA. (Hercules) | 12/03/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you can imagine all these artists singing their own versions of Carole King's fantastic "Tapestry", you won't be surprised. Every singer or group remains true to their style while interpreting King's greatest album. Yet, all the songs remain as fresh as the day King recorded them.Rod Stewart got the most airplay with his version of "So Far Away" and it is well deserved. The Bee Gees do a wonderfully spiritual (if slightly over-produced) version of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" Celine Dion succeeds admirably with "Natural Woman" and the Manhattan Transfer still have their touch with "Smackwater Jack", a lively, bouncy, finger clicking rendition. The booklet is full of great notes, photos and lyrics. It may not be a jewel box, but is still an original in all repsects."