Remember a time when love songs didn’t have rap cameos and Harajuku girls dancing back-up? Hard to believe, but it did exist! Back in the yesteryears of music, love was free, men were plentiful, and everybody hooked up guilt-free – no paparazzi spoilers. No wonder some of the best music of our generation was created then, and if you don’t know what you’re missing, you’re in luck.
Vanity Fair‘s latest issue has a feature story on three of the most accomplished, groundbreaking – and unapologetic – singer/songstresses in musical history: Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon. And please don’t be intimidated by this substantial piece of literature – you’ll be interested in what Old Hollywood star inspired the iconic “You’re So Vain” and which lady gave up all her fame to live with an abusive cowboy from Idaho. Take note girls, because we may not see this caliber of uninhibited talent anytime soon.
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