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Following the turbulence of the '60s, a gentler, but no less expressive musical style emerged focusing on singer/songwriters influenced by the folkie scene that came before them. Ground Zero for these artists was The Troubadour, a Los Angeles club that still stands today as one of the foremost venues in the city. This documentary looks at the careers of two of The Troubadours' biggest "graduates," Carole King and James Taylor, as well as the other artists who developed out of this fertile breeding ground. A musical education with what should be an amazing soundtrack.
- Melinda Newman