Carly Simon - Why mp3 album
Carly Simon is the debut studio album by singer-songwriter Carly Simon, released in February 1971 by Elektra Records. The album was produced by Eddie Kramer, who had previously worked with Joe Cocker and Jimi Hendrix. The album included her first Top 10 hit, "That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be", a somber ballad centered on a woman pondering marriage with a sense of both inevitability and entrapment; the song was written by Simon and collaborator Jacob Brackman.
The discography of Carly Simon, an American singer-songwriter, musician, and children's author, consists of twenty-three studio albums, one live album, nine compilation albums, two holiday albums, four soundtrack albums, one audiobook, and forty-one singles, on Elektra Records, Warner Bros. Records, Epic Records, Arista Records, Rhino Entertainment, Columbia Records, Hear Music, and Iris Records, with special releases on Qwest Records, Angel Records, Walt Disney Records, and Macmillan Audio.
Carly Simon - Why. Terms of Service. Album: Soup for One (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), 1982. com 1982 Single from the soundtrack for Soup For One. Show more.
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Why" is a song performed by Carly Simon, recorded for the film Soup for One in 1982. The movie flopped but the soundtrack was a success. The song is one in a string of many film-inspired singles by Simon. The song, like the rest of the soundtrack, was produced by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic. This was a move away from the usual guitar-based hits of Simon's past
Carly Simon: Original Album Series. Carly Simon: Original Album Series is a CD set by singer-songwriter Carly Simon, which includes Simon's first five albums, packaged in mini LP replica form, inside a slipcased box. The CD set is a part of Rhino's Original Album Series, and was released on October 10, 2011. These CDs are reissues of the original Elektra releases. None of the CDs is remastered, and there are no bonus tracks.
No Secrets is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's third studio album, released in 1972. The album was Simon's commercial breakthrough. It spent five weeks at on the Billboard Pop albums chart and quickly went Gold, as did its leadoff single, "You're So Vain", which remained at on the Billboard Pop singles chart for three weeks, and on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart for two weeks. 25 years after its initial release, the album was officially certified Platinum. At the invitation of producer Richard Perry, Simon recorded the album at Trident Studios in London, where Perry was keen for Simon to work with engineer Robin Cable. Trident Studios had previously been the venue for the recording of notable albums including The Beatles' White Album, David Bowie's Space Oddity and Elton John's second album.
Why", by Carly Simon, was one of a string of film-inspired singles from a less successful period in her career (specifically in the US). Following her much publicized break-down on stage in 1980, it was recorded for the movie Soup for One in 1982. The song, like all of the soundtrack, was produced by Edwards & Rodgers of Chic fame. The Right Thing To Do.
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- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Nile Rodgers And Bernard Edwards*
- Written-By – Bernard Edwards And Nile Rodgers*
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|WTG 4051||Carly Simon||Why (7")||Mirage||WTG 4051||US||1982|
|K 79300||Carly Simon||Why (7", Single)||WEA||K 79300||Ireland||1982|
|WEA 79 299||Carly Simon||Why (7", Single)||WEA||WEA 79 299||Germany||1982|
|79299||Carly Simon / Chic||Carly Simon / Chic - Why (7", Single)||WEA, Mirage||79299||Australia||1982|
|K 79300T, K79300T||Carly Simon||Why (Extended Version) (12", Single)||WEA, Mirage||K 79300T, K79300T||UK||1982|