Carole King & James Taylor

Live at the Troubadour

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. Blossom 3:09
  2. So Far Away 4:41
  3. Machine Gun Kelly 2:59
  4. Carolina in My Mind 4:16
  5. It's Too Late 4:59
  6. Smackwater Jack 5:25
  7. Something in the Way She Moves 4:04
  8. Will You Love Me Tomorrow 4:12
  9. Country Road 3:49
  10. Fire and Rain 5:44
  11. Sweet Baby James 3:34
  12. I Feel the Earth Move 4:05
  13. You've Got a Friend 5:51
  14. Up on the Roof 4:09
  15. You Can Close Your Eyes 2:49
  16. Up on the Roof
  17. Blossom
  18. So Far Away
  19. Machine Gun Kelly
  20. Carolina in My Mind
  21. It's Too Late
  22. Smackwater Jack
  23. Something in the Way She Moves
  24. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  25. Country Road
  26. Fire and Rain
  27. Sweet Baby James
  28. I Feel the Earth Move
  29. You've Got a Friend
  30. Up on the Roof
  31. You Can Close Your Eyes

Review

Carole King and James Taylor reuniting isn’t quite a monumental reunion -- they never were an official performing entity, so they never had a falling out, appearing on-stage and on record from time to time since their ‘70s heyday -- but it is a notable one, particularly when they choose to perform at the Troubadour, the L.A. venue so crucial at the start of their stardom, backed by such fellow veterans of the SoCal singer/songwriter scene as guitarist Danny Kortchmar, bassist Leland Sklar, and drummer Russell Kunkel, musicians who supported them the last time they co-headlined the club back in 1971. All this made their series of shared shows in November 2007 an event, albeit a low-key one. King and Taylor embrace their classics -- it seems that there’s not a hit missed between the two of them -- and there’s genuine warmth to the whole show that’s quite appealing. Perhaps there are no surprises here, but any shock would have run counter to the whole spirit of the evening: this is about basking in both nostalgia and friendship, and if you’re on the same wave as the musicians, Live at the Troubadour is enjoyable. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi