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On this day in music history: June 19, 1971 - “Tapestry”, the second album by Carole King hits #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for 15 weeks. Produced by Lou Adler, it is recorded at A&M Studios in Hollywood, CA in January 1971. The prolific pop singer/songwriter’s second album is not only her commercial breakthrough as an artist, it represents a watershed moment for women in pop music in the years to come. The album spins off three singles including the double A-sided hit “It’s Too Late/I Feel The Earth Move” (#1 Pop) and “So Far Away” (#14 Pop). “Tapestry” also sets records for the longest run at number one on the Top 200 by a female artist(which stands until 2011 when it is surpassed by Adele’s “21” album), and the largest selling album by a female artist (a record held until it is broken in 1996 by Alanis Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill”). It also wins King three Grammy Awards including Record and Album Of The Year. She also wins a fourth Grammy that year for “You’ve Got A Friend”, and is the first solo female artist in Grammy history to win the Record and Song Of The Year prizes. Regarded as one of the most important and influential albums of all time, it is inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1998. “Tapestry” is certified 10x Platinum in the US, receiving a Diamond certification from the RIAA.
This how u know if a girls head game is A1. This is arguably one of the funniest skits i’ve ever came across. Please watch this and reblog this so everyone can see this. Promise it’ll make your night or day lol
Here’s a link to their skits and youtube channel