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Carole King & James Taylor: Live at the Troubadour (2010)

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James Taylor and Carole King, joined by the same band who played with them when they first appeared at the Troubadour in 1971, re-united to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this legendary ... See full summary »

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Martyn Atkins
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Carole King ... Herself - Vocals, Piano
James Taylor ... Himself - Vocals, Guitar
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James Taylor and Carole King, joined by the same band who played with them when they first appeared at the Troubadour in 1971, re-united to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this legendary Los Angeles club. Taylor, King and the band who became The Section--Danny Kortchmar, Lee Sklar and Russ Kunkel-- together performed a remarkable set of songs, including all their classics. Don't miss this extraordinary Troubadour reunion show - the concert that brought two of the world's greatest singer/songwriters together again.

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USA

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English

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2010 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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Parallel 28 Equipe See more »
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Carole King & James Taylor: Live at the Troubadour provides excellent performances of excellent music
12 August 2011 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Just watched on PBS through my local LPB station this reunion concert of two iconic '70s artists at a place they played quite frequently early in their careers. How cool was it seeing Carole King singing such songs of hers like "So Far Away", "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?", and "I Feel the Earth Move". Likewise for James Taylor on "Carolina in My Mind", "Fire and Rain", and "Sweet Baby James" before they both dueted on "You've Got a Friend" which Taylor is revealed in an interview as having cut first on his album before Ms. King, who was the writer after all, did it on hers. When she heard James' version, she gave permission for him to release it as a single. It became his only No. 1 single. During the pledge break, the hosts reveal that even more performances are on the DVD version. I don't really need to watch it to say here how excellent the whole thing is but if there's anything else I want to say about it if I ever do see the entire thing, I'll reveal here. So, yeah, that's a recommendation for Carole King & James Taylor: Live at the Troubadour.


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