Coinciding with the documentary/concert film of the same name, Carole King's Home Again: Live in Central Park captures her concert - the first-ever free concert at New York City's Great Lawn - in front of a reported 100,000 people. King opened the show with a solo set at the piano before welcoming her 11-piece band onstage. The selections encompassed half of Tapestry ("Beautiful," "Way Over Yonder," "Home Again," "Smackwater Jack," "It's Too Late," "You've Got a Friend") plus already-beloved tunes from its follow-ups, Music ("Sweet Seasons") and Rhymes and Reasons ("Been to Canaan"), and an only slightly abbreviated version of the entire Fantasy album, played in sequence. While only a digital version has been confirmed as of this writing, links have appeared for a CD and LP release in May. Watch this space for more news on those formats.