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Carole King, The Plenary, Melbourne, Photo Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

Carole King performing at The Plenary, Melbourne. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Carole King Concert To Screen In Theatres In USA

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on June 9, 2017

in News

The concert film Tapestry: Captured Live at Hyde Park London, which captures Carole King’s first and, to date, only performance of her landmark album in its entirety, will play in theaters on July 11 at 7 PM local time.

Presented by Fathom Events and AEG Presents, the film captures her July 3, 2016 show that included appearances by Tom Hanks, Elton John, Graham Nash, Lou Adler, Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar, James Taylor, David Crosby and Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil.

Highlights of the performance include King’s daughter, Louise Goffin, joining her on Where You Lead, King being accompanied by a recording of her younger self on (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman, as well as a rocking performance of I Feel the Earth Move with Cassidy Janson and the London cast of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. In addition to Tapestry, King performed several hits from her 60’s partnership with Gerry Goffin and her solo career including The Loco-Motion and Take Good Care of My Baby.

Theater goers will also see an interview with King and a special introduction by WCBS-FM radio host Scott Shannon.

The set list from that show:

Main Set
I Feel the Earth Move (from Tapestry, 1971)
So Far Away (from Tapestry, 1971)
It’s Too Late (from Tapestry, 1971)
Home Again (from Tapestry, 1971)
Beautiful (from Tapestry, 1971)
Way Over Yonder (from Tapestry, 1971)
You’ve Got a Friend (from Tapestry, 1971)
Where You Lead (with Louise Goffin) (from Tapestry, 1971)
Will You Love Me Tomorrow (with Louise Goffin) (from Tapestry, 1971)
Smackwater Jack (from Tapestry, 1971)
Tapestry (from Tapestry, 1971)
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (from Tapestry, 1971)
Take Good Care of My Baby
It Might as Well Rain Until September (single, 1962)
Go Away Little Girl
I’m Into Something Good
Hey Girl (from Pearls: Songs of Goffin and King, 1980)
Chains (from Pearls: Songs of Goffin and King, 1980)
Jazzman (from Wrap Around Joy, 1974)

Up on the Roof (from Writer, 1970)
The Loco-Motion (from Pearls: Songs of Goffin and King, 1980)
I Feel the Earth Move (with the London Cast of Beautiful) (from Tapestry, 1971)



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