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July 04, 2011


Graeme Clark

'Sound of Silence' from their first album Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. in 1964 is I think their best song and would better fit your theme 'When Comment is Superfluous.'


The best version I heard of 'Bridge' was the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame anniversary ceremony where Paul Simon sings the second verse and, well, anyone sounds inferior to Art Garfunkel. Mesmerising. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVDg8fVC4EQ
The fact there are 25 dislikes show 25 villages are missing their idiot. BTW, I love in the Central Park clip when Garfunkel pumps his fist, he knew he got it.

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