* Everyone who cares about popular music knows and loves the classic songs of Gerry Goffin and Carole King. Between 1959 and 1967 the couple wrote some of the most enduring hits of all time, including `Will You Love Me Tomorrow', `Take Good Care Of My Baby', `Goin' Back', `The Loco-Motion' and `It Might As Well Rain Until September'. Those songs have been anthologised hundreds of times - maybe thousands. Now it's time to shine the spotlight on other great G & K songs that haven't always received the attention they deserve.
* This collection blends hits and hard-to-find classics, focusing primarily on the latter but also including the original versions of songs that will have many listeners thinking, "I didn't realise they wrote that!"
* Many of these tracks are completely new to CD, and several have never been reissued in any format in 40 years.
* Exquisitely packaged, with notes by Mick Patrick and revered songwriter-musician Al Kooper - who interviewed Gerry Goffin especially for this project - and the inevitable array of pix, label shots and assorted ephemera, this will be a sure fire `must have' for those who have invested in Ace's "Phil's Spectre" and Jack Nitzsche series, and will appeal to anyone whose heart have ever been won by a Goffin-King song, no matter how big of a hit.