Music: Simon Says

Bridge Over Troubled Water, the biggest-selling pop record of 1970, was the last joint effort by the two young singers Simon and Garfunkel. Everyone knows what Art Garfunkel has been doing since then: acting in Hollywood (Catch-22, Carnal Knowledge). But what of Paul Simon, the creative half of the team, the composer of Bridge and all those other hits like Sounds of Silence and Mrs. Robinson? He has been preparing his first solo LP in recording studios as far apart as Paris and Jamaica, Los Angeles and New York. Called simply Paul Simon, it manages to sound the heavy and incisive...

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