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A Heart In New York, by Art Garfunkel

New York, to that tall skyline I come, flying in from London to your door.
New York, looking down on Central Park
where they say you should not wander after dark. 100 more words


Vinyl Wednesday: Paul Simon - Graceland

So, Paul Simon, one half of my favourite duos of all times gets to debut on this blog today with his album “Graceland” – one that hosts the track for my favourite musical video of all times – “You Can Call Me Al” featuring Chevy Chase. 178 more words


Creativity, Soul, & Music: Song Number Eleven.

I’ve failed again! I missed not only one day, but TWO.

But the important thing is that I’m still posting, right? Right.

So have you ever been on your way home, like to your hometown, where you were born, or to your house after a long vacation, and you listen to a song in your car that perfectly sums up the feeling of going home? 670 more words

Creative Writing

Bad Timing

This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.

A girl is rushed to hospital in Vienna after an apparent suicide attempt. Accompanying her is a man whose relationship with her is unclear, and is unaided by his standoffish demeanour towards the police. 571 more words


40 Years of Saturday Night Live! - Season One, Episode Two (Paul Simon)

Host and Musical Guest: Paul Simon

Featured Musical Guests: Art Garfunkel, Randy Newman, Phoebe Snow

Cast: Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Neil Levy – i.e. 401 more words

The first time I have seen Bad Timing at the cinema

The first time I have seen Bad Timing at the cinema. Two things which immediately stand out is how brave Garfunkel was taking on this role, such an unpleasant unsympathetic character, but he does give such a true picture of obsession, what an illness it is, how it poisons and shrivels your own life. 276 more words

UES Penthouse Reportedly Belonging To Art Garfunkel Catches Fire

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A fire broke out Thursday in an Upper East Side penthouse that reportedly belonged to iconic singer Art Garfunkel.

The fire broke late Thursday morning on the 15th floor of the building on 79th Street near Fifth Avenue, CBS2 reported. 59 more words