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All In the Family, 12.01.00 ...


So, you're creating a show about the relationship between a mother and daughter but you need to find a theme song. Who better to supply it than the mother/daughter team of Carole King and Louise Goffin?

Carole King's prolific career began when she was a teenager in the Sixties. She and Gerry Goffin wrote a string of #1 hits throughout that decade including Will You Love Me Tomorrow and The Locomotion.

In the early Seventies, she became the first woman to win Grammys for Best Song, Best Record and Best Female Vocalist in the same year. Those accolades were all for her amazing, chart-topping solo album, Tapestry. Aside from containing such songs as Natural Woman and You've Got a Friend, the album also gave us Where You Lead, which has recently been re-recorded by Carole and her daughter, Louise Goffin, for the television show Gilmore Girls' theme song.

Louise Goffin, aside from coming from an exceptional musical family, is also a singer/songwriter and will be releasing her fourth album, Sometimes a Circle, in the spring of 2001. Carole King continues to write songs, and will be releasing a new album next year.
Credit: theWB.com


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