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Album · 2012 · 13 Songs. So the Bluebirds and the Blackbirds Got Together (feat. 13 Songs, 34 Minutes. Released: 15 Mar 2012. 2012 Stardust Records.
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.
2015 A Musical Memoir Collection. Carly Simon, Benjamin Taylor, Peter Calo, Larry Ciancia, David Slaw. Hymn: A Musical Christmas Card. The Bob's Burgers Music Album.
In the meantime, Carly Simon’s fans will have her latest album, Torch, to scrutinize. They can analyze the choice of tracks and marvel at the torrid jacket photos and their implications.
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Spy is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's ninth album, and eighth studio album, released in 1979. It is also her last album for Elektra Records. The title of the album is a tribute to Anaïs Nin, whose quote I am an international spy in the house of love, is written across the top on the inside jacket. Although Spy did not yield any major hit singles, "Vengeance" earned Simon a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female in early 1980, the first year to feature this new category. It peaked at on the Billboard Pop singles chart. Simon made a music video for the song, and MTV later used a clip from it in a commercial that tried to entice viewers to get stereo sound on their TV sets. The promotional clip was also chosen by Pioneer Electronics to be part of their first demo disc for its then-new Laserdisc player.