January 1st, 2011
Troubadours: Carole King / James Taylor & The Rise of the Singer-Songwriter
Production Credits

Executive Producers
Sam Feldman
Michael Gorfaine
Lorna Guess

Produced by

Eddie Schmidt

Directed by
Morgan Neville

Executive Producer for Concord Music
Robert Smith

Edited By
Miranda Yousef

Directors Of Photography
Nicola Marsh
Arlene Nelson

Production Manager
Jennifer Ellen Mohr

Production Coordinators
Eva Gunz
Lindsay Heller

Additional Camera
Graham Willoughby
Eddie Schmidt
Nick Doob
David Leonard
Wolfgang Held
Rachel Morrison
Morgan Neville
Scott Green

Interviewers
Morgan Neville
Eddie Schmidt
Craig Havighurst
Cameron Crowe

Consulting Producer

Harvey Kubernik

Consulting Editor
Doug Blush

1st Assistant Editor

Alex O’Flinn

Titles & Graphics
Skot Design & Direction
Scott Grossman

Data Transfer/Media Mgmt
Dave “The Rave” Emmendorfer

Key Production Sound
Dennis Hamlin

Unit Production Managers/Line Producers (2010 Tour Footage)
Bart Peters
Chris Wagner

Unit Production Coordinator (2010 Tour Footage)
Adam Cohen

Hair/Makeup
Joe Campayno
Frances Alves
June Westmore
Johny Saade

VW Bug Driver & Supplier
Karen M.C. Kane

Still Photographer

Josh Weiss

Prod Legal
Karfiol & Associates

Additional Legal
Donaldson & Callif

Online Editor
Esteban Arguello

Additional Assistant Editors
Marianna Flores
Mike Jorgensen
Alexandra Pelly
Garrett Sergeant

Post-Production Consultant
Mirabelle Ang

Post-Production Supervisor For James Taylor

Ellyn Kusmin

Sound Design, Editorial And Mixing By
Soundswild, Inc.

Supervising Sound Editor

Rommel Molina

Re-Recording Mixer/ Dialogue Editor
Alexander Gruzdev

Archival Footage & Clearance
Deborah Ricketts

Copyright Research
Motion Picture Information Service
Elias Savada, Director

Music Rights And Clearance

Clip And Still+

Archival Footage & Photos courtesy of
40 Share Productions/Steve Martin
ABC News Videosource
Lou Adler
Always HD
Archive.org
BBC Worldwide
Sherry Rayn Barnett
Joel Bernstein
Bison Archives
Ursula Britton
Bomp! Records
Judy Moll Close
Henry Diltz
Film Truth Productions
Footage World
Getty Images
Kim Gottlieb-Walker
Jackie Guthrie
Herald Examiner Collection/Los Angeles Public Library
HBO Archives
Historic Films
Kurt Ingham
Carole King Archive
Carole King Productons
Elissa Kline
Los Angeles Times
Jim Mccrary
National Archives
Harriet Katz O’Brien
And Joel Bishop O’Brien
James O’Mara
Producer‘s Library ©The Recording Academy 1971
Reelin’ In The Years Productions Llc
Research Video
Rolling Stone
Steve Schapiro
Leland Sklar
Toni Stern
Syzygy Productions LLC
James Taylor Archive
From Time Magazine, March 1, ©1971, February 12, ©1973, July 7, ©1975, Time Inc. Used Under License
UCLA Film & Television Archive
Herb Wise

Music

“Kick Out The Jams”
Performed By Mc5
Courtesy Of Elektra Entertainment Group
By Arrangment With Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Written By Michael Davis
Robert Derminer, Wayne Kambes
Frederick Smith, Dennis Tomich

“Blossom”
“California”
“Carolina In My Mind”
“Something In The Way She Moves”
“Night Owl”
“Fire And Rain”
“Sweet Baby James”
“Steamroller”
“Country Road”
“You Can Close Your Eyes”
“Your Smiling Face”
Written By James Taylor

“Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”
Written By Gerry Goffin-Carole King

“(You Make Me Feel Like A)
Natural Woman”
Written By Gerry Goffin –
Carole King – Jerry Wexler

“So Far Away”
“Way Over Yonder”
“You‘Ve Got A Friend”
Written By Carole King

“Hi-Dee-Ho (That Old Sweet Roll)”
Performed By Carole King
Courtesy Of Ode Records
Produced By Lou Adler
Written By Gerry Goffin-Carole King

“Beautiful”
Performed By Carole King
Courtesy Of Ode Records
Produced By Lou Adler
Written By Carole King

“I Feel The Earth Move”
Performed By Carole King
Courtesy Of Epic Records
By Arrangement With Sony Music Licensing
Written By Carole King

“Mole’s Moan”
Written By Geoff Muldaur

“Dilemma In 315”
Written By Bob Schmidt And The Valiants

“These Days”
“Running On Empty”
Written By Jackson Browne

“California”
Written By Joni Mitchell

“I Want You”
Written By Bob Dylan

“Simple Gifts”
Traditional

“Give It Up Or Let Me Go”
Written By Bonnie Raitt

“Take Me To The Pilot”
Written By Elton John And Bernard Taupin

“Take It Easy”
Written By Jackson Browne-Glen Frey

“Too Long At The Fair”
Written By Joel Zoss

“Leave This Behind”
“The Tree”
Written By Michael Patterson

“Rise Of The Roxy”
“Need Some Love, Baby”
Written By The Tremblers

Additional Music
Dan Crane

Big Thanks
Alley Studios
The Echo
The Jim Henson Company, Inc.
Mccabe’s Guitar Shop
Pengilly’s Saloon
Prohibition Nyc
Record Surplus
The Troubadour

Series Office Manager
Junko Tsunashima

Series Theme Music Composed By
Thomas Wagner

Series Title Designed By
B. T. Whitehill

Music Services
Rosie Fishel
Emily Lee

Series Production Manager
Jane Buckwalter

Business Affairs
Jessica Bohrer

Series Publicist
Wnet Communications Group

Supervising Producer
Julie Sacks

Series Producer
Prudence Glass

Executive Producer
Susan Lacy

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  • Steve Carter

    Really good production! Could anyone tell the name and performing artist for the song in “Troubadours” that begins @ the 14 minute mark of the film?

  • md

    And can anyone tell me the name of the artist/track which accompanies the demise of the Troubadour near the end of the film – it’s pretty Psychedelic – but I can’t fit any of the artists listed in the credits with the track – and I know my Psychedelia,
    Please help, someone!

  • bmark33

    Can anyone tell me who performs You’ve Gotta Friend at the closing where James and Carole are dancing?

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