The documentary “Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name” in preparation



A new documentary, Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call My Name will air on CNN in 2022, while domestic broadcast and international distribution rights will go to HBO Max.

Directed and produced by Frank Marshall, who released the famous The Bee Gees: How can you mend a broken heart in 2020—Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call My Name dive into one of the most famous friendships in the history of music.

“I’ve listened to and played their music all my life, so it’s especially important to me and such an honor to be able to prepare (a movie about) this special reunion concert of these two extraordinarily gifted friends,” said Marshall. in a press release, reported by Variety.

The title of the film is taken from the lyrics to King’s “You’ve Got A Friend”. The two songs are often shared and the success that ensues, but this particular track is a signature of their two individual solo careers, written and released as part of King’s 1971 album. Tapestry. She notes that the song is a response to Taylor’s “Fire and Rain”.

Taylor’s cover of Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon in 1971 it reached number 1 and both versions won Grammys. The track is one of 15 the couple recorded live from The Troubadour in West Hollywood in 2007, where they performed together in 1970, for the Living at the troubadour album, released in 2010

The documentary follows the two along The Troubadour Reunion Tour in 2010. Sidemen Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel and Lee Sklar are also interviewed in all of their shows together from 1970 to 2010.

King is set to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on October 30, where Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson will act as presenters and perform his songs.

Photo by James O’Mara, supplied to CNN Films / HBO Max [Courtesy of James Taylor and Carole King]



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