Without a doubt the most successful folk-rock duo of all time, Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel wrapped their literate, highly poetic story-songs in skyward-soaring choir-boy harmonies, racking up hit after ubiquitous hit in the latter half of the 1960s. In the span of the five classic albums the pair released between 1964 and 1968, Wednesday Morning, 3AM; Sounds of Silence; Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme; Bookends; and Bridge Over Troubled Water - as well as their '68 smash "Mrs. Robinson" and other tracks on the soundtrack to The Graduate - Simon & Garfunkel moved from melodic, sometimes driving folk rock to Latin rhythms and even gospel-tinged sounds, foreshadowing Simon's later solo efforts. Though the twosome split in 1970, Simon & Garfunkel have occasionally returned to the stage for triumphant reunion concerts and remain one of pop music's most beloved and influential acts.
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Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water - LP
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    Bridge Over Troubled Water is the most enduring album in the beloved duo's catalog, boasting some of their finest vocal performances as well as some of Simon's most accomplished songwriting. It spawned no less than four hit singles: "The Boxer," Cecilia," "El Condor Pasa" and the iconic title track, which became an instant standard and which remains one of the most-covered songs in pop history. The album also features such beloved Simon and Garfunkel classics as "Keep the Customer Satisfied,"...

    Simon & Garfunkel - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme LP
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      Simon and Garfunkel's classic album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, released in 1966, marked the duo's emergence as both a brilliant creative force and one of their era's biggest-selling recording acts. The pair's third album, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme was the first on which they won complete artistic control, and they rose to the occasion brilliantly, delivering an ambitious, autumnal epic that's been described as a folkrock equivalent of the Beatles' Revolver and the Beach...