Girls Like Us

Sheila Weller’s book focuses on the lives of Carly Simon, Carole King, and Joni Mitchell as they helped shape the musical landscape of the sixties and seventies, eagerly asserting that the tumultuous offstage lives of its subjects didn’t necessarily bruise their canons of work (if anything, it only strengthened them).

Note to Feist: Not that we doubt your tremendous talent (or your Joni Mitchell-esque cheekbones), but we’re betting that a divorce or two might make you a Grammy-winning machine!

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