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The Folk-Rock Connection

One of the most interesting ways to study the development of a genre is through the development of how that genre was studied. What PBS discusses as “roots music” we will here call “folk music,” which is the more publicly recognizable genre. 371 more words

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Sparrow: #Anthem 14

Some of us find shelter. Some of us find it easily, for the rest it is difficult. For the rest, why it is difficult, varies.  305 more words


No, YOU Posted a 3 Year Old Review of Simon & Garfunkel's Bookends

Thanks for the link.  My first impressions of Bookends was more technical than the intern ’s thoughts. As a whole it didn’t sound like 267 more words


Scarborough Fair

Scarborough Fair is a traditional English ballad about the Yorkshire town of Scarborough. Today, Scarborough is a quiet town with a rich history: in the 1600s, mineral waters were found in Scarborough and it became a popular holiday resort. 665 more words


Definitive Simon & Garfunkel - Simon & Garfunkel [#356]

Regardless of what my wife thinks of Paul Simon and the hirsute Art Garfunkel, I’ve never really gotten on well with the pair. I was forced up with  188 more words


12/07/2015: Simon & Garfunkel "Sounds of Silence"

I didn’t realise that I had a Saturday morning ritual until I moved in with my partner.  Before then I’d just managed to get on with it without reflection, missing it whenever I was over at hers or she was at mine.  623 more words


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The first of many posts from the sometimes inflammatory and often funny, Benjamin John Jones. Here he reflects upon Simon & Garfunkel in philosophical style. Enjoy.

Simon & Garfunkel - Sound of Silence

Wow, several videos here of the same track, same people singing, different eras that they were sung. The emotion just spills from this and no matter what I am doing I just always shut up and listen when this is on and thoughts of life in general flash before me.. 267 more words