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A jazz-pop sheen and genuine sense of reflection cut across Simon’s 1975 album. The lush title track and scatty wordplay of “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” find him documenting acute mid-life crises, while on “My Little Town” he and Art Garfunkel harmonize over a melancholy reminiscence of childhood.

Customer Reviews

Wonderfull

Amazing compisitions! i love every song!

A forgotten Clasic

I'd forgotten all about this great record. A true potpourri of themes and styles, all capped off with the killer duet with Phoebe Snow "Gone At Last." There's a reason this is the only record Simon's made that hit #1 and the Grammy the followed. Who else could have written such a beautiful ode to Yankee Stadium?

Gone At Last Demo with Bette Midler!

This was a added gem! To hear the original version of "Gone At Last" that originally Paul wrote as a duet with Bette Midler! To hear the demo, just warned my heart! Love the version with Bette much better then the one he released with Miss Snow! It's a shame Bette and Paul could agree on the arrangement! Which was the reason he used Miss Snow instead!

Biography

Born: October 13, 1941 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Paul Simon was one of the most successful and respected songwriters of the second half of the 20th century. Rising to fame in the mid-'60s, Simon's songs were mature and literate, but also melodically engaging, and spoke to the concerns and uncertainties of a generation. As the 1960s gave way to the '70s and '80s, Simon's work tended to focus on the personal rather than the larger world, but he also expanded his musical palette, and helped introduce many rock and pop fans to world music. Paul Frederic...
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