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James Taylor & Carole King - Will You Love Me Tomorrow

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Carole King and James Taylor: Live at the Troubadour - 2007

Carole King and James Taylor reunited at the intimate Hollywood venue in concert
in 2007 to play their era-defining hits, nearly four decades after they first performed
at the Troubadour in November 1970, a year before their Tapestry and Sweet Baby
James' albums stormed the American charts. King and Taylor are backed by the
Section, the same band that propelled those albums into homes around the world.

James Taylor had released his first album on the Beatles' Apple label, Carole King
was struggling to forge a new solo career after being one half of Goffin-King, one of
the great Brill Building songwriting partnerships of the early 60s. Their musical
friendship blossomed with Taylor's support for King and his cover of her song
You've Got a Friend. The Troubadour became the centre of a new singersongwriter
culture that also featured the likes of Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt and
many more.


Personnel:
Carole King -- vocal, piano, guitar
James Taylor -- vocal, guitar, harmonica
Danny Kortchmar -- guitar
Leland Sklar -- bass guitar
Russ Kunkel -- drums


James Taylor — Blossom
Carole King — So Far Away
James Taylor — Carolina in my Mind
Carole King — It's Too Late
James Taylor — Something in the Way She Moves
Carole King — Will You Love Me Tomorrow
James Taylor — Country Road
James Taylor — Fire and Rain
James Taylor — Sweet Baby James
Carole King — I Feel the Earth Move
Carole King — You've Got a Friend
James Taylor & Carole King — You Can Close Your Eyes
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