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  • Audio CD (15 July 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B00006ALEH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,023 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. He Was My Brother
2. Leaves That Are Green
3. Sparrow
4. Homeward Bound
5. You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies
6. A Most Peculiar Man
7. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
8. The Dangling Conversation
9. Richard Cory
10. A Hazy Shade Of Winter
11. Benedictus
12. Blessed
13. A Poem On The Underground Wall
14. Anji
15. I Am A Rock
16. The Sound Of Silence
17. For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
18. A Church Is Burning
19. Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.

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Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD last week and havent stopped playing it since. As a Paul Simon/Simon & Garfunkel fan since i discovered them as a 12 yearold in 1980, this CD is incredible. The quality for a 35 year old recording is astounding. And the range of songs throws up a load of unusual tunes as the concert took place when they only had three albums released. With two men, one guitar, one stage and an entralled audience and great versions of A most peculiar man, Richard Cory, Hazy shade of winter and a new song never before released called where your interest lies, this is a must for all S&G fans. The chat in between songs is also very enjoyable and witty. The guy in the last release was saying it would be better if more songs were added but there wasnt anymore to add, this is the entire concert. In the 60's concerts never lasted more than an hour anyway. On headphones you have Paul Simon in your left ear, Art in your right and the harmonies are just beautiful.
So come home some night late, turn off the light, plug in the headphones, put on the CD and lie back and close your eyes. Bring yourself back to the 60's and hear some great acoustic versions of S&G classics and other songs you never hear live. A lot of people think Bob Dylan was the greatest American folk/poet of the 60's, for me, no one touches Paul Simon, just listen to A poem on the underground wall.
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Anybody with a passing interest in Simon & Garfunkel will not be disappointed with this new release from Sony's Legacy label; fans who have all the releases may feel that a little more could have been offered. The CD itself is of the quality you would expect of a remastered concert from 1967, and the liner notes are suitably evocative. The actual concert pre-dates S&G's rise to superstardom, and as such does not include what many people who own Greatest Hits albums, would know as their more well known songs: no 'Mrs.Robinson', 'The Boxer', 'Bridge', or 'America'. However, this should not be seen as a negative, as it allows the duo to showcase their more folkly Everly Brothers roots.
Four tracks have already appeared on the 'Old Friends' box set, and at just under an hour, it may be suggested that a few more tracks could have been included.
But don't let this put you off, this in an excellent, if long overdue addition to the brief cannon of work of an underappreciated, yet important '60's group.
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The sonic quality of this recording is amazing. Fair enough, one doesn't need 64-track technology to record 2 voices and a guitar (and the audience) but nevertheless, the standards that were employed to produce this recording were of the highest.

The performance is at turns exciting, funny and moving.
Both singers are in fine voice, notably on 'Benedictus' (first heard on the debut album), taken to a new level here in terms of perfectly matched harmony, melody and counter-melody. Beautiful stuff.

The only low points (and they're not really all that low) are 'Homeward Bound' - Arty strains to get the high notes at times (hear a better live version on the Greatest Hits album) - and 'You Don't Know Where You're Interest Lies', which was only half-developed at the time, and even in its finished state was never the strongest of Simon's songs.

Still, this album is still brilliant, even breathtaking the first couple of times you hear it such is its amazing sound. Put it on, lie back, listen, and (assuming your system is half-decent) you'll be right there.

* Of the earlier reviewer who gave this a low score, lamenting the lack of 'Mrs Robinson' or 'The Boxer' - this performance predates those songs.
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In contemporary parlance this would be an "unplugged" concert since all you have is Paul Simon on acoustic guitar while he and Artie (call me "Arthur") Garfunkle blend their voices in sweet two-part harmony. But that misses the main point of this 1967 concert in New York City, which is that Simon & Garfunkle were originally folk singers. That is clear from the start when they open their concert with "He Was My Brother" and sing about a Freedom Rider killed in the South. Both of the songs that will be new to those of us who have all five of the albums they produced during their relative few years together, "You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies" and "A Church is Burning," are definitely in that tradition as well.
I remember seeing Simon & Garfunkle when they appeared on network television for the first time on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," but then we moved to Japan, which meant the end of American television and it was not until "The Graduate" came out that I started to check them out. That meant the "Bookends" album and I remember reading about what it was like in the studio with Simon trying to find the right instruments and the exact blend of tracks and takes to get the effect that he wanted with each song. The simplicity of the duo singing on this album stands in stark contrast to what they were doing at that point in their careers, on the cusp of going out in a blaze of glory with the triump of the "Bridge Over Troubled Water" album.
What will stand out here for Simon & Garfunkle fans are the stripped down version of songs like "A Hazy Shade of Winter" and "I Am a Rock." We already knew from their first greatest hits collection that "Homeward Bound" and "For Emily, Wherever I May Find" would work fine in this setting.
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