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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Simon and Garfunkel

They touch my soul.

"Sounds of Silence"
"Scarborough Fair"
"Kodachrome"
"Homeward Bound"
"Bookends"
"Mrs. Robinson"
"Bridge Over Troubled Waters"
"Old Friends"
"Still Crazy"

1 comment:

  1. I have long been a huge fan of their music. My husband and I went to their Old Friends, comeback tour a few years ago. Honestly, they sounded just like they did in the 60's. Then we were treated by the Everly Brothers, who came out on stage and sang several good old favorites. What a great concert! I can remember Everly Bros. 45's were a staple in our record collection. I was born in '51, but I had three older sisters whose music era blended into mine. Even as young as 7 and 8 I appreciated their music groups and singers.

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