Set for release on June 14th is Carole King – Live At Montreux 1973. The show, which has never been released until now, features King performing her first-ever overseas concert at the world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival, while on the road in support of her then-recent Fantasy album. The collection will be released as a DVD/CD set, on CD, and vinyl.

Highlights on Carole King – Live At Montreux 1973 are “I Feel the Earth Move,” “Smackwater Jack,” “Beautiful,” “Up On The Roof,” “It’s Too Late” — along with solo piano versions of “You’ve Got A Friend,” and “(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman.”

Carole King admitted that she has never felt that performing could ever be considered her strong suit: “I always had confidence that when I played music it touched people in some way. And the place that I didn't have confidence was as a performer.”

The tracklisting to Carole King – Live At Montreux is:

“I Feel The Earth Move” “Smackwater Jack” – not on vinyl version “Home Again” “Beautiful” “Up On The Roof” “It’s Too Late” “Fantasy Beginning” “You’ve Been Around Too Long” “Being At War With Each Other” “That’s How Things Go Down” – not on vinyl version “Haywood” “A Quiet Place To Live” “You Light Up My Life” “Corazón” “Believe In Humanity” “Fantasy End” “You’ve Got A Friend” “(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman”