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As the chords are correct, it's easy to rewrite the choardsheet in a more readable form.Get your James Taylor tickets today and see the legendary musician as he plays a handful of stadium concerts in 2017.The view was terrific when the pair were aimed at your seat.But the stage spun so slowly that most of the time they were remote, forcing you to watch non-intimate video screens.King also had a fired-up moment with her power ballad “Natural Woman.” But these were exceptions.The in-the-round staging, intended for more intimate viewing, didn’t help.These songs are a perfect fit for us and it feels so natural. ”Kirsti and Jonathan have years of touring, performing and writing between them.They have shared the stage with such artists as Brooks and Dunn, Ray Charles, Jimmy Buffett, Tim Mc Graw and Faith Hill and have appeared on the Grand Ole Opry.
It came as no surprise to anyone that Kirsti Manna and Jonathan Birchfield were so inspired by that concert that it compelled them to create a show based on this timeless music.
James Taylor and Carole King, joined by the same band who played with them when they first appeared at the Troubadour in 1971, re-united to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this legendary Los Angeles club. You can hear, see and feel the connection these two still have. JT's guitar work although not flashy, is simple and perfect. Great music, equally great venue but the cinematography comes off as amateurish, almost to the point of being distractive.
Taylor, King and the band who became The Section—Danny Kortchmar, Lee Sklar and Russ Kunkel— together performed a remarkable set of songs, including all their classics. :-) But, a must have for us classic CSN/Jackson Brown fans!! I can remember seeing both of them back in the 70's, and this film is one of those that snap you back to that time. James’s sense of humor in this film is a crack up, and you can see and feel Carol’s passion. I think they were aiming for a gritty, in and out of focus style but it just doesn't seem to work.
The concert attempted to re-create the pair’s historic 1970 performance at the Troubadour, a club in LA.
But Taylor, 62, and King, 68, are old enough to know better than to try to relive a perfect moment from 40 years ago, when their music was at the center of pop culture rather than under glass at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
“There’s no one else I would want to perform this catalog with,” says Birchfield.