Live at the Troubadour is a live album by Carole King and James Taylor released in 2010. The album was recorded at The Troubadour in West Hollywood in November 2007 to celebrate the venue's 50th anniversary. It was also the first venue that King and Taylor played together in November 1970. King and Taylor also mounted the Troubadour Reunion Tour in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and North America during 2010.
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Back in 1970, Carole King and James Taylor made their debut appearance together at Los Angeles' famed haunt, The Troubadour, as respected songwriters but unproven performers. A year later, all that had changed: King's Tapestry was atop the charts, en route to 24 million sales, while Sweet Baby James had established Taylor as the era's pre-eminent confessional songwriter, thanks to the emblematic anthem of loss "Fire And Rain". Nearly four decades later, the pair re-convened for The Troubadour's 50th Anniversary, with material including "It's Too Late", a slowed-down, de-popped "Will You Love Me Tomorrow", and "You've Got A Friend", the song that bound them inextricably together. Download this: So Far.
In the Seventies, James Taylor and Carole King practically invented the sensitive singer-songwriter. Nearly four decades after first singing together onstage at . s Troubadour, the pair returned in 2007 for three nights of concerts to adoring audiences, performing note-for-note renditions of their classics: Taylor’s sweet lament ‘Fire and Rain’ and wistful ‘Carolina in My Mind,’ King’s brooding hit ballad ‘So Far Away’ and an acoustic version of her Sixties. girl-group standard ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow. It’s a nostalgia fest, but a good one. In This Article: Carole King, James Taylor
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Listen to music from James Taylor & Carole King like Sweet Baby James (Live At The Troubadour), Something In The Way She Moves (Live At The Troubadour) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from James Taylor & Carole King. Taylor and King first met - briefly - in the 60s at the Night Owl Café in Greenwich Village. James was a shy teenager. Carole, although only in her mid-twenties, was already a legendary songwriter, but not yet a performer. She began finding her way toward being comfortable as an entertainer as part of James Taylor's band. American popular culture made a turn in 1970. James Taylor's 'Sweet Baby James' and Carole King's 'Tapestry' were signal albums of that moment.
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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.