A previously unseen concert film capturing Carole King performing at Switzerland's Montreux Jazz Festival in 1973 will be released as a DVD/CD set on June 14, while audio-only versions will be available the same day on CD and vinyl LP.
Live at Montreux 1973 documents the lauded singer/songwriter's first concert ever outside of the U.S. The show begins with a short solo set featuring King accompanying herself on piano that's made up mainly of songs from her smash 1971 album Tapestry. Carole is then joined by an 11-piece band -- including jazz saxophonist and flutist Tom Scott -- with whom she plays most of her then-latest album, 1973's Fantasy. King closes the show with solo versions of two more of her classic compositions -- "You've Got a Friend" and "(You Make Me Feel Like a) Natural Woman."
You can check two preview performances from the film -- King playing her hit "It's Too Late" solo and a full band rendition of the Fantasy track "You've Been Around Too Long" -- at Eagle Rock's official YouTube channel. All physical versions of Live at Montreux 1973 can be pre-ordered now via Eagle-Rock.com.
Here's the full track list of the CD and DVD:
"I Feel the Earth Move"
"Up on the Roof"
"It's Too Late"
"You've Been Around Too Long"
"Being at War with Each Other"
"That's How Things Go Down"
"A Quiet Place to Live"
"You Light Up My Life"
"Believe in Humanity"
"You've Got a Friend"
"(You Make Me Feel Like a) Natural Woman"
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