Some titles included in Carole King's discography are "Writer," "Fantasy," "Music," "Now That Everything's Been Said" and "Rhymes & Reason." Her breakthrough album was titled "Tapestry" and was a huge hit.
Carole King has had a long and varied career. Born in 1942, she showed an aptitude for music from an early age. King began playing the piano at the age of 4, and by the time she was in high school, she had already formed her own band. She has had success both as a composer and a singer/songwriter.
King worked in the music industry for years, but it wasn't until her album "Tapestry" was released in 1971 that she became an international superstar. Some of Carole King's hit songs from that album were "So Far Away" and "It's Too Late." She won multiple Grammies for the album, including Album of the Year.
Since then she has steadily been releasing albums and performing for audiences. In 1987, Carole King was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. As of November 2015, her most recent album is titled "A Holiday Carole," which was released in 2011. Carole King is regarded as one of the most successful and influential female singer/songwriters of all time.