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Since writing her first number one hit “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” at the tender age of 17, Carole King has arguably become the most celebrated and iconic singer/songwriter of all time.
Neville’s film beautifully captures the vital early days, the poignant homecoming and the subsequent “Troubadour Reunion” world tour, forming a comprehensive and unforgettable portrait of this golden age.
Encore presentations of will air on PBS stations as part of special programming throughout March.
During these broadcasts viewers who support their local PBS station with a donation can receive as a thank-you gift a special 2-Disc DVD/CD package featuring the documentary on DVD along with a 10-track bonus CD of choice ’70s-era classics such as King’s “It’s Too Late,” Taylor’s “Sweet Baby James,” John’s “Take Me To The Pilot,” Raitt’s “Love Has No Pride,” Ronstadt’s “Desperado,” Warren Zevon’s “Poor Poor Pitiful Me,” Tom Waits’s “Ol’ ‘55,” and Little Feat’s “Dixie Chicken,” among others.
Carole King (born February 9, 1942) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist, regarded as one of the most influential female songwriters of the 20th century.
One half of a legendary songwriting partnership together with her one-time husband, Gerry Goffin, she wrote several hit songs in the '60s hits for artists such as The Shirelles ("Will You Love Me Tomorrow"), Aretha Franklin ("(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"), and The Monkees ("Pleasant Valley Sunday"). Blige / Krystal Harris / Jennifer Lopez / Blly Gilman / Usher / Christina Milian / Carole King / Al Green / Christina Aguilera / Pink / Bette Midler / Aerosmith / America / Janet Jackson / Destiny's Child / Rod Stewart / Goo Goo Dolls / Train / Britney Spears / Mariah Carey / Michael Jackson / Ce Ce Penniston / P.