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Simon And Garfunkel ‎– The Concert In Central Park (1982, Geffen Records)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : x2 LP
Cat N° : GEF 88575
Style : Folk Rock, Acoustic, Vocal, Folk

“After changes upon changes, we are more or less the same,” Paul Simon philosophizes in a slightly revised version of “The Boxer,” a number about eternal human struggle that’s perhaps the finest song he wrote while he and Art Garfunkel were still a team. When Simon and Garfunkel sang “The Boxer” over an unexpectedly delicate arrangement at their reunion in Central Park last September 19th, those words could have applied to the chemistry between the two men. Even though a decade of solo projects had separated them, their musical relationship seemed essentially unchanged. Garfunkel’s pristine, quivering folk-pop tenor filtered Simon’s wry, angst-ridden musings into a romantic soft focus, and the duo’s close harmonies transformed dark compositions of doubt into warm exchanges of feeling.” Rolling Stone.

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A1 – Mrs. Robinson
A2 – Homeward Bound
A3 – America
A4 – Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard
A5 – Scarborough Fair
B1 – April Come She Will
B2 – Wake Up Little Susie
B3 – Still Crazy After All These Years
B4 – American Tune
B5 – Late In The Evening
C1 – Slip Slidin’ Away
C2 – A Heart In New York
C3 – Kodachrome / Mabellene
C4 – Bridge Over Troubled Water
D1 – Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover
D2 – The Boxer
D3 – Old Friends
D4 – The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)
D5 – The Sounds Of Silence

Weight 0,45 kg