Best Of Carole King

Here’s my feelings on Carole King’s album “Best Of Carole King”. I feel it’s one of the better albums in music. And it has lots of hits like “Sweet Seasons” and “Jazzman,” which was featured on the Simpsons.

Because this album is chill, I smiled when listening to the tracks. Lots of the songs made you feel good. Also, you could sit back and unwind to this album.

Perhaps, that’s why Saturday Night Live chose Jazzman as their opening theme. The song plays right after SNL annouces, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night Live!” You can hear the saxophone playing Jazzman. It makes you feel so good.

I liked the saxophone, although other instruments sounded good. The saxophone of Jazzman was smooth and dope. And I like the piano, which you never notice in other artist albums.

Incidentally, Jazzman was featured on the television series “The Simpsons”. In an episode, Lisa Simpson plays Jazzman. That episode dealt with the death of Bleeding Gums Murphy.

In the past, Carole King had other hits from this album. Famous hits include “You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman” and “Sweet Seasons”. These are just a few of the hits.

Indeed, Carole King wrote hit songs for other artists. Some of these artists include: The Monkees, The Crystals, The Animals, Aretha Franklin, The Chiffons, Celine Dion, The Drifters, Little Eva, and The Shirelles. These are just some artists.

It’s a good album. Take a listen. You might recognize some songs.