Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Hi-De-Ho
3:26
2 Wasn’t Born to Follow
3:46
3 Up on the Roof
3:38
4 Child of Mine
4:04
5 I Feel the Earth Move
2.5 3:01
6 So Far Away
3 3:58
7 It’s Too Late
4 3:55
8 Home Again
2:30
9 Beautiful
3:08
10 Way Over Yonder
4:46
11 You’ve Got a Friend
4 5:11
12 Where You Lead
3.5 3:20
13 Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
4:13
14 Smackwater Jack
3:43
15 Tapestry
3:15
16 (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
3 3:51
17 Music
3:52
18 Brother, Brother
3:00
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Sweet Seasons
3:17
2 Pocket Money
2:46
3 It’s Going to Take Some Time
3:37
4 Bitter With the Sweet
2:30
5 Goodbye Don’t Mean I’m Gone
3:37
6 At This Time in My Life
2:51
7 Been to Canaan
3:39
8 Ties That Bind
2:12
9 Corazón
3:58
10 Believe in Humanity (live, Central Park, New York, NY)
4:36
11 Jazzman
3:47
12 Wrap Around Joy
3:00
13 Nightingale
3:39
14 Really Rosie
1:52
15 Alligators All Around
1:57
16 There’s a Space Between Us
3:24
17 Only Love Is Real
3:33
18 You’ve Got a Friend (live, Carnegie Hall, New York, NY) (feat. James Taylor)
6:24

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Danny Kortchmar (track 13)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (tracks 8, 10, 13)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (1971-01) (track 6)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (1971) (track 11)
violin:
Barry Socher (track 10)
Barry Socher (1971) (track 11)
electric bass guitar:
Charles Larkey (tracks 5, 7, 9–10, 12, 14)
Charles Larkey (1971-01) (track 6)
cello:
Terry King (cellist) (track 10)
Terry King (cellist) (1971) (track 11)
drums (drum set):
Russ Kunkel (tracks 8, 12–13)
Joel O'Brien (tracks 5, 7, 9–10, 14)
Russ Kunkel (1971-01) (track 6)
viola:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger) (track 10)
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger) (1971) (track 11)
soprano saxophone:
Curtis Amy (track 7)
flute:
Curtis Amy (1971-01) (track 6)
electric piano:
Ralph Schuckett (composer) (tracks 7, 12, 14)
double bass:
Charles Larkey (tracks 8, 13, 16)
Perry Steinberg (track 10)
Charles Larkey (1971) (track 11)
electric guitar:
Danny Kortchmar (tracks 5, 7, 10, 12, 14)
keyboard:
Carole King (tracks 5, 9, 15–16)
piano:
Carole King (tracks 7–8, 10, 12–14)
Carole King (1971) (track 11)
Carole King (1971-01) (track 6)
baritone saxophone:
Curtis Amy (track 14)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Amy (track 10)
congas:
Theresa Colderon (track 18)
Danny Kortchmar (tracks 7, 9)
Danny Kortchmar (1971) (track 11)
additional writer:
Jerry Wexler (track 16)
assistant engineer:
Norm Kinney (tracks 17–18)
background vocals:
Carole King (tracks 12, 14)
Merry Clayton (tracks 10, 12, 14)
Abigale Haness (track 17)
Julia Waters (tracks 12, 14)
composer:
Carole King (tracks 3, 5–11, 13–18)
Carole King (1970) (track 12)
engineer:
Andrew Berliner (tracks 3–4)
Hank Cicalo (tracks 5–18)
lyricist:
Carole King (tracks 3, 5–6, 8–11, 15, 17–18)
Gerry Goffin (tracks 3, 13–14, 16)
Toni Stern (track 7)
Toni Stern (1970) (track 12)
miscellaneous support:
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 13)
mixer:
Gerry Goffin (tracks 3–4)
producer:
Lou Adler (tracks 5–18)
vocals:
Carole King (tracks 5, 7–10, 12–16)
Carole King (1971) (track 11)
Carole King (1971-01) (track 6)
writer:
Carole King (tracks 1–2, 4)
Gerry Goffin (tracks 1–2, 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Ode Records (1967–78; reactivated in 1989 as Ode Sounds & Visuals) (1971) (tracks 17–18)
publisher:
Colgems-EMI Music Inc. (tracks 5–12, 15)
Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc. (tracks 3–4, 17–18)
Screen Gems-EMI Music Ltd. (tracks 11, 13)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (tracks 1–3, 13–14, 16)
recorded at:
Crystal Sound in Los Angeles, California, United States (1970-03 – 1970-04) (tracks 3–4)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 469) (track 7)
cover recording of:
Hi-De-Ho (track 1)
Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Carole King song) (track 13)
Up on the Roof (1970-03 – 1970-04) (track 3)
is the basis for:
歡欣一一記 (track 13)
later parody versions:
You've Got a Text (track 11)
later translated versions:
Ci vedremo domani (Will You Love Me Tomorrow) (track 13)
Du har en vän (track 11)
Eilses rändan taas (track 11)
Hi-de-ho (track 1)
Lainaa vain (track 4)
Sur le toit (Up On the Roof) (track 3)
Tens un amic (track 11)
Tu amigo fiel (track 11)
You’ve Got a Friend (Japanese version) (track 11)
later versions:
Alltför sent (track 7)
Tuhlattiin aikaa (track 7)
recording of:
Beautiful (track 9)
Brother, Brother (track 18)
Home Again (track 8)
It’s Too Late (track 7)
Music (track 17)
Smackwater Jack (track 14)
Tapestry (track 15)
Way Over Yonder (track 10)
Where You Lead (track 12)
Child of Mine (1970-03 – 1970-04) (track 4)
So Far Away (1971-01) (track 6)
You’ve Got a Friend (1971) (track 11)

CD 2

woodwind:
Mike Altschul (track 1)
William Collette (track 1)
William Green (woodwind) (track 1)
Plas Johnson (track 1)
Ernest Watts (track 1)
flute:
Mike Altschul (track 3)
William Collette (track 3)
William Green (woodwind) (track 3)
Plas Johnson (track 3)
Ernest Watts (track 3)
organ:
Ralph Schuckett (composer) (track 1)
additional vocals:
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 16)
assistant engineer:
Milt Calice (tracks 11–16)
Norm Kinney (tracks 1, 3)
Steve Mitchell (engineer) (tracks 4–5, 7)
background vocals:
Louise Goffin (track 13)
Sherry Goffin (track 13)
composer:
Toni Stern (tracks 1, 3)
Carole King (tracks 1, 3–5, 7, 14–18)
engineer:
Hank Cicalo (tracks 1, 3–5, 7, 14–16)
Norm Kinney (tracks 11–13)
lyricist:
Toni Stern (tracks 1, 3)
Carole King (tracks 1, 3–5, 7, 16–18)
Maurice Sendak (tracks 14–15)
producer:
Lou Adler (tracks 1, 3–5, 7, 11–16)
solo saxophone:
Jim Horn (track 12)
Tom Scott (saxophonist, Blues Brothers, LA Express, Starsky & Hutch) (track 11)
writer:
David Palmer (early Steely Dan vocalist) (tracks 11–13)
Carole King (tracks 11–13)
phonographic copyright by:
Ode Records (1967–78; reactivated in 1989 as Ode Sounds & Visuals) (1971) (tracks 1, 3)
A&M Records (1974) (tracks 11–13)
Ode Records (1967–78; reactivated in 1989 as Ode Sounds & Visuals) (1974) (tracks 11–13)
A&M Records (1975) (track 16)
Ode Records (1967–78; reactivated in 1989 as Ode Sounds & Visuals) (1975) (track 16)
publisher:
Colgems Music Corp. (tracks 16–17)
Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc. (tracks 1, 3–5, 7)
Colgems Music Corp. (1974) (tracks 11–13)
Colgems Music Corp. (1975) (track 14)
recorded at:
Carnegie Hall in New York, New York, United States (1971-06-18) (track 18)
Central Park in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1973-05-26) (track 10)
later parody versions:
You've Got a Text (track 18)
later translated versions:
Du har en vän (track 18)
Eilses rändan taas (track 18)
Tens un amic (track 18)
Tu amigo fiel (track 18)
You’ve Got a Friend (Japanese version) (track 18)
live recording of:
You’ve Got a Friend (1971-06-18) (track 18)
recording of:
Been to Canaan (track 7)
Jazzman (track 11)
Nightingale (track 13)
Only Love Is Real (track 17)
Really Rosie (track 14)
Sweet Seasons (track 1)
Wrap Around Joy (track 12)

Release

ASIN:US: B00136RXM8 [info]