Fantasy 2021 new arrival outlet sale

Fantasy 2021 new arrival outlet sale

Fantasy 2021 new arrival outlet sale

Original 1973 pressing | CAT# SP-77018 | Graded: Very Good per Goldmine Standard Grading.
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Andre S. Grindle
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
In Fantasy You Can Be Whatever You Please
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2009
It goes without saying Carole King had one of the most amazing career of anyone who entered the singer/songwriter movement of the early 70''s.A year and a half earlier her Tapestry really broke the door wide open on this movement.True Carole,James Taylor... See more
It goes without saying Carole King had one of the most amazing career of anyone who entered the singer/songwriter movement of the early 70''s.A year and a half earlier her Tapestry really broke the door wide open on this movement.True Carole,James Taylor and Carley Simon really helped popularize the style but at the same time the black community were paying attention as well. Funk and soul were beginning to come into their own as artists from Detroit,Chicago and Memphis began expressing themselves more freely in the creative sense,and taking more control over their music.The social statements baught on by this hybrid resulted in a kind of R&B version of the singer/songwriter movement that result in classics by the like of Bill Withers'' Just as I Am ,1970''s Donny Hathaway or even such obscure latter day gems as Terry Callier''s What Color Is Love or 1976''s Joan Armatrading . Basically speaking this style of singer/songwriter soul made it''s impact on Carole King early on,and this album is the next logical step. In many ways this is King''s most R&B oriented release-somewhat of a continuation of what Laura Nyro started in the 1960''s.Only the musical tide has changed and Laura employs members of the jazz funk band The Crusaders to beef up her sound that put her in the vanguard of this relatively new subgenre.Interwoven between more intros,interludes and almostr jazzy instrumentals such as "Welfare Symphony" are down and out funk such as "You''ve Been Around Too Long" and the story song "Haywood",both weaving personal tales loosely interelating with themes of everyone in an inner city area in with sweet,string drenched,horn soaked grooves right out of the Curtis Mayfield style school. "Believe In Humanity" is a more blatant humanist statement set to a more blatant groove out of the Billy Preston style school;all of this is extrodinarily funky stuff.This album is laregely remembered for it''s it "Corazon''",a tune that actually fairly uncommerical in it''s Brazillian jazz-funk groove kind of way.This is the kind of thing that makes you realize how random the selection of hits are from respective albums. Of course that doesn''t mean the ballads aren''t soulful;Carole''s always were but "Directions","A Quiet Place" and even the softer "Being At War With Each Other" definately have it in abundance. Taken together this suite of songs do not merely showcase some kind of stylistic excercise but how close Carole''s music (as well as much of singer/songwriter pop to begin with) is to soul and funk in many ways. James Taylor''s 1976 album In the Pocket has the very same quality in many ways. But this is one of the earlier concepts of blending the two genres so one could''nt tell where it ended or began. And it''s more then worth anyones time who chooses to give it a chance.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
"What''s The News Across The Nation?"
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2006
When I listened to "Fantasy" again after all these years, it was like picking up a 1973 newspaper and reading story after story. Social Change was still in vogue, and the spirit of the 60''s had not yet been extinguished. People confronted those in power ("You''ve Been... See more
When I listened to "Fantasy" again after all these years, it was like picking up a 1973 newspaper and reading story after story. Social Change was still in vogue, and the spirit of the 60''s had not yet been extinguished. People confronted those in power ("You''ve Been Around Too Long") and asked that changes be made, and soon ("Directions"). Married women were questioning their lives ("Weekdays"), and unwed mothers were wondering if they could make it ("That''s How Things Go Down"). There were problems in the ghettos ("Haywood" and "Welfare Symphony"), and the world''s environment and very existence were in jeopardy ("Being At War With Each Other"). Carole relates all of this news with her superhuman skills, writing all lyrics and music, playing all keyboards, singing everything including background vocals, and arranging and conducting the strings and horns. This is a tightly produced album, more so than her previous three, and the result is excellent. Some may argue that the lyrics, and the solutions offered, are too simplistic, but I feel comfortable being presented with situations unaccompanied by too many details. We all know the problems exist - we just need a reminder. Near the end of the album, Carole presents a beautiful, heartfelt ballad ("You Light Up My Life") and then a rocking Latin number loaded with Carole''s signature piano playing ("Corazon"). She ends with the best track of all, "Believe In Humanity", in which she and her piano remain in the groove while she states that she''d rather not hear the worst, or she might lose her faith in mankind, and she doesn''t want that to happen. In a way she''s right, because if you lose that, the game is pretty much over. We still have the same problems to cope with today, and more, but I still get the same uplifting feeling when I hear this album as I did in 1973. So, it''s another timeless classic from the prolific Ms. King. If she can make ME feel better about the world situation, then she must know what she''s talking about.
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gnowbmas
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great CD and it came packed securely
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2015
Another addition to my collection of Carole King CD''s. My albums are so scratched from playing them so much when I was in school. Now they are on the road with us on our travels to see America. Great CD and it came packed securely. No damage to the jewel case nor the CD.
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An outstanding example of 70''s Prog Rock at its finest, as only Carole King could manage
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2013
I kept this CD on constant play for a couple of weeks. It''s a mild/lite rock opera, a travelogue, an insightful tone poem...and a real reach for the artist most known for Tapestry. I''ll caution folks that this album "reeks" of musical 70-isms...it''s a time capsule... See more
I kept this CD on constant play for a couple of weeks. It''s a mild/lite rock opera, a travelogue, an insightful tone poem...and a real reach for the artist most known for Tapestry. I''ll caution folks that this album "reeks" of musical 70-isms...it''s a time capsule that you''ll enjoy.
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High Modes
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantasy is Fantastic
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2012
After all these years, this is still my favorite Carole King album. Maybe because it has a more "soulful" vibe than any of her other albums. Maybe it''s because of the superb band and their in-the-pocket grooves (David T. Walker''s guitar is prominent throughout). Or maybe... See more
After all these years, this is still my favorite Carole King album. Maybe because it has a more "soulful" vibe than any of her other albums. Maybe it''s because of the superb band and their in-the-pocket grooves (David T. Walker''s guitar is prominent throughout). Or maybe because it''s a concept album that tells poignant stories, flowing seamlessly from song to song, while journeying from R & B to Afro-Cuban to heartfelt ballads and more. A great album on many levels.
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Maria I. Everett
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2018
Love!
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
CD was like new.
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2021
The CD was like new. It''s a hard to find oldie.
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FRANK S. FOWLER
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2017
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Matthew:-)
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Carole King , Fantasy
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 15, 2019
So happy with my purchase, it was in a very good condition too
So happy with my purchase, it was in a very good condition too
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hiraku
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
ソウルです
Reviewed in Japan on July 26, 2009
ブルーアイドソウルとでもいうのであろうか、キャロル・キングのソウルな面を堪能できるアルバム。これが期待以上の出来です。彼女にはアーシーな優しい素朴な世界観を期待してしまいますが、本作のようなスウィートソウルも素敵です。繰り返し繰り返し聞くことにより、アルバムの世界観を体感できます。
ブルーアイドソウルとでもいうのであろうか、キャロル・キングのソウルな面を堪能できるアルバム。これが期待以上の出来です。彼女にはアーシーな優しい素朴な世界観を期待してしまいますが、本作のようなスウィートソウルも素敵です。繰り返し繰り返し聞くことにより、アルバムの世界観を体感できます。
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