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Carole King: Tapestry Live from Hyde Park
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It’s extremely rare that an experience is truly once in a lifetime, but Carole King’s performance at Hyde Park’s British Summer Time festival was something special, as she played in full, for the first time ever, her classic 1971 album Tapestry.
In London for the first time in nearly 30 years, the 74-year-old King took joyously to her grand piano and led an adoring crowd through classics such as You’ve Got a Friend, Will You Love Me Tomorrow? and So Far Away. Her power to unite thousands of all ages a testament to the timeless clout of her songwriting talent. If you weren’t there, this is a beautiful, rousing, intimate celebration of one of music’s all-time greats.
The singer-songwriter performs her 1971 album Tapestry in front of 65,000 people in the central London park.
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