15 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

L.A.’s The Troubadour celebrated its 50th anniversary with a pair of the most revered singer/songwriters of the '70s. The two tackle their greatest hits: Taylor eases into nostalgic soft-pop gems "Carolina In My Mind" and "Fire and Rain,” letting his nimble guitar and buttery croons warm the room, while King balances sassy heartbreaker "It's Too Late" with bittersweet piano ballads like "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" The intimate setting heats up further when their indelible voices blend, most notably on "You've Got a Friend."

EDITORS’ NOTES

L.A.’s The Troubadour celebrated its 50th anniversary with a pair of the most revered singer/songwriters of the '70s. The two tackle their greatest hits: Taylor eases into nostalgic soft-pop gems "Carolina In My Mind" and "Fire and Rain,” letting his nimble guitar and buttery croons warm the room, while King balances sassy heartbreaker "It's Too Late" with bittersweet piano ballads like "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" The intimate setting heats up further when their indelible voices blend, most notably on "You've Got a Friend."

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