GvsB's good friend Aquarium Drunkard threw up a really great post today about Harry Nilsson's 1971 animated feature, "The Point," complete with an mp3 of one of Nilsson's songs from the cartoon. One of the comments on said post pointed to the equally wonderful Maurice Sendak-animated "Really Rosie" shorts from the '70s, featuring the "Nutshell Library" stories set to music by Carole King. These clips sparked up some serious feelings of nostalgia, as I was not only a huge fan of Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are as a kid (who wasn't?), but I also loved Carole King's Tapestry, thanks to my mom ("It's Too Late" was my jam when I was like 6). Here's one of my favorites from the series, and you can view some more here.
Carole King Really Rosie
Carole King Avenue P