In the Seventies, James Taylor and Carole King practically invented the sensitive singer-songwriter. Nearly four decades after first singing together onstage at L.A.'s Troubadour, the pair returned in 2007 for three nights of concerts to adoring audiences, performing note-for-note renditions of their classics: Taylor's sweet lament 'Fire and Rain' and wistful 'Carolina in My Mind,' King's brooding hit ballad 'So Far Away' and an acoustic version of her Sixties girl-group standard 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow.' It's a nostalgia fest, but a good one.
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