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Carole King The Carnegie Hall Concert June 18, 1971

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I Feel The Earth Move (Live)
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Home Again (Live)
2:46
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After All This Time
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Child Of Mine
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Carry Your Load
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No Easy Way Down
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Song Of Long Ago
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Snow Queen
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Smackwater Jack (Live)
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So Far Away (Live)
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It's Too Late (Live)
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Eventually
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Way Over Yonder (Live)
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Beautiful (Live)
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You've Got A Friend (Live)
Artist: Carole King with James Taylor
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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Artist: Carole King with James Taylor
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(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 66:26

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A fun trip back in time

Jilliflute

This is a great collection of King favorites. The performances radiate great personal warmth. We feel the freshness of the singer-songwriter as she responds enthusiastically to the adoring full house in Carnegie Hall. Bonus--A terrific guest appearance by James Taylor.

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At her best

arehrlich

This was one terrific Carole King album. She performed all of her hits and then some. Awesome energy. Loved the album.

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Carnegie Hall Concert: June 18, 1971 is 17-song set recorded just as Tapestry was topping the charts and making Carole King a superstar. Featuring most of Tapestry and a few songs from Writer and Music this is, in a sense, Carole King unplugged (although that terminology was not yet in use). King performs the first half-dozen songs alone at the piano; bassist Charles Larkey, guitarist Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar, and a string quartet back her (in varying combinations) throughout the rest of the program. Tapestry wasn’t exactly a high-wattage affair to begin with, so these rearrangements aren’t radical, but they’re different enough from the studio versions to merit attention by serious King fans. James Taylor, then at the peak of his own popularity, joins King on vocals for a medley of some of her old Brill Building hits, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”/”Some Kind of Wonderful”/”Up on the Roof.” – Richie Unterberger

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