This Day in Jewish History 1971: Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ Is Released, Stuns America

The singer-songwriter made her first ‘record’ at age 3 and wrote mega-hits at 17, but her breakthrough as a performer only came when she reached the advanced age of 28.

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On February 10, 1971, Ode Records released “Tapestry,” the second solo album of singer-songwriter Carole King. The record was Billboard’s No. 1 album for 17 weeks, and it remained on the best-seller charts...