36 Songs, 2 Hours 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After splitting with angel-voiced Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon went on to release album after album of proudly literate, emotionally rich, and globally informed popular music. Covering 1971 to 2006, this bountiful collection reflects Simon's nearly flawless pop craftsmanship in hits like "Kodachrome" and "You Can Call Me Al," plus the gospel-driven "Loves Me Like a Rock" and other proud Americana, the South African-inflected glory of "Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes," and late-career sonic experiments with Brian Eno ("Outrageous").

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EDITORS’ NOTES

After splitting with angel-voiced Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon went on to release album after album of proudly literate, emotionally rich, and globally informed popular music. Covering 1971 to 2006, this bountiful collection reflects Simon's nearly flawless pop craftsmanship in hits like "Kodachrome" and "You Can Call Me Al," plus the gospel-driven "Loves Me Like a Rock" and other proud Americana, the South African-inflected glory of "Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes," and late-career sonic experiments with Brian Eno ("Outrageous").

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
183 Ratings
183 Ratings
RadarGeorge ,

Just a great album

Loved the tracks when they came out. Loved them when I bought the LP's, loved them on CD, and now love them downloaded. Can't say better than that. I remember all the women I was with. Love them all.

Joey Albs ,

Good album throughout!

Bought this album four years ago, great purchase 💯 Lyrically meaningful, musically creative and easy listening. Paul Simon will always be one of the best.

Bacigaloo ,

Where's "Loves me like a rock?"

This is a terrific album of greatest hits for Simon as a solo artist. One song that's missing, though, is Loves Me Like a Rock. Why? It was big back in '73. Album's not complete without it.

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