Best instrumental band I've ever seen. Truly inspiring and every band member was absolutely killing it.@headlessrobot
Simon & Garfunkel "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" Columbia Records 1970 | The final nail in the coffin of one of the greatest duo's in the history of music. Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel were two of America's beloved songwriting partnerships of the 1960's. Everyone knows that they helped forge a new sound and consciousness with these majestic songs cycles. Paul was keen to incorporate textures and rhythms from across the globe. I choose this album to present today because it's my favorite by them. To some this may not be the case but to me it's where all the hard work and persistence crystallized. The opener and title track "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" is a epic piece of vocal brilliance. This is where Simon gave leeway for Art Garfunkel to shine. It's been covered a million times for a reason. It's the full circle of years of carving out a niche and then giving it back to everyone all at once. "El Condor Pasa" is where Paul starts flirting with his musical fascination with South America. He really had a large part in the shifting trends of the west coming around to world music. "Cecilia" is about as catchy as they come and shows that Simon could write pop songs just as good as The Beatles or sometimes even better. I truly feel Simon is one of the biggest influence of modern folk pop or underground indie sounds. Even though S&G are wildly popular from grandparents to teenagers Simon never gets enough credit for ALL the AMAZING songs that he wrote over all the years of just doing stuff with Art. "The Boxer" is a perfect example of his epic abilities. He may have been a control freak and the reason the duo split but with vision like that it's really not hard to see why! I also really enjoy this album a lot because it's almost like a blueprint for the BRILLIANT solo album that Simon would release just a few short years later. I also highly dig the 50's vibe that he laced into a lot if these tunes "Baby Driver" and the FANTASTIC cover version of The Everly Brothers classic "Bye Bye Love" given a groovy psychedelic late 60's makeover. "The Only Living Boy In New York" could make a case for so many future sounds and style it's INSANE! POPBLISS can be found here 🎯!
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