The Carnegie Hall Concert June 18, 1971 is a live album by Carole King just after her studio album Tapestry had turned her from a background singer songwriter into a major star in her own right.
James Taylor performs with her on Will You Love Me Tomorrow and You’ve Got A Friend.
Carole King The Carnegie Hall Concert June 18, 1971
I Feel The Earth Move – 3:35
Home Again – 2:45
After All This Time – 3:19
Child Of Mine – 4:03
Carry Your Load – 2:59
No Easy Way Down – 5:32
Song Of Long Ago – 3:24
Snow Queen – 3:51
Smackwater Jack – 3:49
So Far Away – 4:12
It’s Too Late – 4:22
Eventually – 4:38
Way Over Yonder – 4:13
Beautiful – 2:39
You’ve Got A Friend – 6:25
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – 7:46
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman – 4:08
What People Say About Carole King The Carnegie Hall Concert
I’ve seen it included in one best live albums list:
Fans at Amazon are very positive
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The Best Singer Songwriter Live Albums
Carole King The Carnegie Hall Concert is included in the nominations in the readers poll to find the Best Singer Songwriter Live Albums