Category: Rock


  1. I am a HUGE Carly Simon fan, and while I was happy to see a comprehensive collection covering Carly's expansive career of hits, too many major songs were missing from this collection, and too many unnecessary songs were added, to make this anthology definitve.
  2. Oct 13,  · I always loved the song "Nobody Does It Better" from the Spy Who Loved me but didn't realize that was Carly Simon. The comments regarding the sound quality have been positive. I'm looking forward to spinning this one what it arrives. I think a good single disc comp like this will satisfy my Carly Simon .
  3. Nobody Does It Better Written-By – Carole Bayer Sager, Marvin Hamlisch: You Belong To Me Written-By – Michael McDonald: Devoted To You Vocals [With] – James Taylor (2) Written-By – Boudleaux Bryant: Boys In The Trees: Vengeance: Come Upstairs Written-By – Mike Mainieri: Jesse Written-By – Mike /5(10).
  4. Recorded live from the shores of Martha's Vineyard featuring 13 of Carly's best songs, including the classic hits, "Anticipation," "Coming Around Again," "You're So Vain," "Nobody Does It Better" and others. Also includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes interview with Carly offering an intimate look at the singer as both a performer and personality.
  5. Anthology Carly Simon. Released Anthology Tracklist. 1. That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be Lyrics. 2. Nobody Does It Better Lyrics. K.
  6. von Carly Simon. Let the River Run deutsche Übersetzung. Let the River Run Songtext. Let the river run Let all the dreamers wake the nation Come, the New Jerusalem. Silver cities rise The morning lights the streets that lead them And sirens call them on with a song It's asking for the taking Trembling.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anthology on Discogs. Label: Rhino Records (2) - R2 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Vocal Piano – Carly Simon: Nobody Does It Better.
  8. "You Belong to Me" is a song written by American singer-songwriters Carly Simon and Michael McDonald. Originally recorded by McDonald's rock group The Doobie Brothers for their seventh studio album, Livin' on the Fault Line (), the song was made famous by Simon herself when she recorded it for her seventh studio album, Boys in the Trees ().). Released as the album's lead single, her.