Witness Carole King’s landmark first show outside of the United States. Performed live at the Montreux Pavillon in 1973 as part of the world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival, the set features hits from the albums Tapestry, Fantasy and Writer.

Live at Montreux 1973 finds King at a fascinating crossroads. It took place two years after she altered the course of pop history with Tapestry, and one month after she issued the album Fantasy, which demonstrated her determination to move her music boldly forward. Nearly every track from Fantasy is performed by King and an eleven-person band, and is bookended with classics like "Home Again," "Beautiful," "You’ve Got A Friend" and "Natural Woman."

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