Special Carole King ‘Live at Montreaux 1973’ Concert Film Announced

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Carole King played her first show outside the United States at the Montreaux Jazz Festival in 1973, and it was a special one. On June 14, Live at Montreaux 1973 will be released to commemorate the landmark moment in the singer/songwriter‘s career.

In terms of her career trajectory, the concert at the Montreaux Jazz Festival came at a crucial time:

Live at Montreux 1973 finds King at a fascinating crossroads. It took place two years after she altered the course of pop history with Tapestry, and one month after she issued the album, Fantasy, which demonstrated her determination to move her music boldly forward.


The show will be made available on DVD/CD (click here to pre-order), CD (click here) and vinyl (click here).

Here’s the track listing for the CD:

1. “I Feel The Earth Move”
2. “Smackwater Jack”
3. “Home Again”
4. “Beautiful”
5. “Up on the Roof”
6. “It’s Too Late”
7. “Fantasy Beginning”
8. “You’ve Been Around Too Long”
9. “Being at War With Each Other”
10. “That’s How Things Go Down”
11. “Haywood”
12. “A Quiet Place to Live”
13. “You Light Up My Life”
14. “Corazon”
15. “Believe in Humanity”
16. “Fantasy End”
17. “You’ve Got a Friend”
18.”(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman”

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