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Taylor and King Revisit The 70s

Thirty-seven years after first playing a Hollywood landmark, James Taylor and Carol King stage a reunion—“Troubadour” reunites the two singer-songwriters This 2007 concert from the Troubadour Theater in West Hollywood was a reunion of James Taylor and Carol King’s first performance there in 1970. Their voices remain magical and their musical performances, along with that of their backing band, are exquisite. The 15 songs include King’s “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “So Far Away” and Taylor’s “Carolina In My Mind” and a stirring “Fire and Rain.”

Petty Goes To Roots

With “Mojo”, Tom Petty comes close to making a blues record. After taking an eight year break from the studio, the Heartbreakers stomp back. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers sound like they’re channeling Dylan on some of the songs on their new album, “Mojo,” especially the opening “Jefferson Jericho Blues.” But Petty and his band pluck from a wide range of music styles, from rock and country to folk and blues. These songs don’t have the hooks of “Refugee” or “The Waiting,” but they have a clear-headed maturity and a garage band stomp.

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