The concert film is due for release in September

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Carole King is to release a recording of her Tapestry: Live In Hyde Park show on CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray and digitally.

The show, which took place on July 3, 2016 – includes the first-ever live performance of Tapestry in its entirety along with favourite tracks from the Carole King Songbook.

Here’s an exclusive look at the trailer:

It’s due through Legacy Recordings and Rockingale Records on September 15.

The tracklisting for Carole King – Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park is:

CD
I Feel The Earth Move
So Far Away
It’s Too Late
Home Again
Beautiful
Way Over Yonder
You’ve Got A Friend
Where You Lead
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Smackwater Jack
Tapestry
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman

Goffin/King Medley:
Take Good Care Of My Baby/It Might As Well Rain Until September/Go Away Little Girl/I’m Into Something Good/One Fine Day
Hey Girl
Chains
Jazzman
Up On The Roof
Locomotion
I Feel the Earth Move
(Reprise)
You’ve Got A Friend (reprise)

DVD
Opening/Testimonials (Instrumental Music Bed: It’s Too Late, Will You Love Me Tomorrow?, So Far Away, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman)
I Feel The Earth Move
So Far Away
It’s Too Late
Home Again
Beautiful
Way Over Yonder
You’ve Got a Friend
Where You Lead (with Louise Goffin)
Will You Love Me Tomorrow? (with Louise Goffin)
Smackwater Jack
Tapestry
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Take Good Care Of My Baby
It Might As Well Rain Until September
Go Away Little Girl
I’m Into Something Good
One Fine Day
Hey Girl
Chains
Jazzman
Up On The Roof
Locomotion
I Feel The Earth Move
(with cast of Carole King the Musical)
You’ve Got A Friend (reprise)

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