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"Just before Fantasy was released in 1973 Charlie (Larkey)  and Lou (Adler) suggested I promote it by going on tour with the David T. Walker band as my rhythm section. Promoting an album had never been sufficient inducement to get me to go on tour, but what interested me was the chance to share with an audience how much fun I'd had writing and recording it.  Though the Fantasy tour didn't last as long as the 1971 tour, it, too, was successful. More than 100,000 people attended our free concert in Central Park." p. 252 From "A Natural Woman"
"Just before Fantasy was released in 1973 Charlie (Larkey) and Lou (Adler) suggested I promote it by going on tour with the David T. Walker band as my rhythm section. Promoting an album had never been sufficient inducement to get me to go on tour, but what interested me was the chance to share with an audience how much fun I'd had writing and recording it. Though the Fantasy tour didn't last as long as the 1971 tour, it, too, was successful. More than 100,000 people attended our free concert in Central Park." p. 252 From "A Natural Woman"
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