CAROLE KING’S HOME AGAIN: LIVE IN CENTRAL PARK Concert Out May 26 on Sony/Legacy/Ode
Carole King ‘Home Again’ the live soundtrack recording of King’s 1973 landmark concert on The Great Lawn of New York City's Central Park will be released on CD and LP on the 50th anniversary of the show (May 26). Produced by Lou Adler, Carole King’s Home Again is a previously unreleased concert recording and a stunning performance by one of the greatest contributors to the American songbook.
Along with the CD and LP release, the concert film will be released on DVD. Directed by George Scott and produced by Lou Adler and John McDermott, the film presents the complete multi-camera 16mm footage filmed and recorded by Adler in 1973 but never before released. Home Again: Carole King Live In Central Park provides an inside view of a generational talent at her prime, performing one of the biggest and most momentous concerts of her career in the city where she was born. “Tapestry had become such a huge hit, and I really wanted to give something back to the people,” remembers King. “When I first walked on stage, in Central Park, in front of the Great Lawn, and it’s full of people…it was kind of terrifying for a minute. Then the crowd began to cheer, and it was like a wave coming toward me. There was just so much love. It was too much to take in, but I realized all I had to do was sit down and start playing. They were there to hear me. I knew how to deliver, and that’s what I sat down to do.”
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