History Music / SimonAndGarfunkel

16th Jun '16 5:30:43 AM Ezclee4050
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* RiddleForTheAges: The four letter word written in crayon on the subway wall in "A Poem on the Underground Wall". WildMassGuessing has ensued on that, ranging from "LOVE" to "FUCK".

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* RiddleForTheAges: The four letter word written in crayon on the subway wall in "A Poem on the Underground Wall". WildMassGuessing has ensued on that, ranging from "LOVE" to "FUCK". Garfunkel's concert intro for the song implied it was the latter (it was inspired by graffiti they saw in the subway while shooting the cover photo for ''Wednesday Morning, 3 AM'').




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* WritersCannotDoMath: Jokingly invoked on the label for the "Fakin' It" single in 1967, which listed the song's running time as 2:74. It was either a StealthPun (the song's called "Fakin' It" and it has a fake time listed) or a sneaky way to fool radio stations into thinking the song was under three minutes.
15th Jun '16 11:22:37 PM Doug86
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Music/PaulSimon and Art Garfunkel (both born 1941) first came together in 1957 under the name Tom & Jerry, but rose to fame as Simon & Garfunkel almost ten years later, mostly due to their hit "The Sound of Silence" (1965). Both men were childhood friends growing up in [[NewYorkCity Queens, New York]] a few blocks away from each other.

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Music/PaulSimon and Art Garfunkel (both born 1941) first came together in 1957 under the name Tom & Jerry, but rose to fame as Simon & Garfunkel almost ten years later, mostly due to their hit "The Sound of Silence" (1965). Both men were childhood friends growing up in [[NewYorkCity [[UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity Queens, New York]] a few blocks away from each other.
15th Jun '16 9:34:24 PM bt8257
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Music/PaulSimon and Art Garfunkel (both born 1941) first came together in 1957 under the name Tom & Jerry, but rose to fame as Simon & Garfunkel almost ten years later, mostly due to their hit "The Sound Of Silence" (1965). Both men were childhood friends growing up in [[NewYorkCity Queens, New York]] a few blocks away from each other.

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Music/PaulSimon and Art Garfunkel (both born 1941) first came together in 1957 under the name Tom & Jerry, but rose to fame as Simon & Garfunkel almost ten years later, mostly due to their hit "The Sound Of of Silence" (1965). Both men were childhood friends growing up in [[NewYorkCity Queens, New York]] a few blocks away from each other.
5th Jun '16 9:46:58 AM Mdumas43073
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The duo split up following the release of their album ''Music/BridgeOverTroubledWater'' in 1970. Simon went on to experience a BreakupBreakout and a successful solo career, while Garfunkel is still best known for his efforts with the duo, although he's also known for singing the ThemeSong of ''Film/WatershipDown'' and for his acting roles in such films as ''Film/CatchTwentyTwo'', ''Carnal Knowledge'', and ''Film/BadTiming'' (while Paul Simon appeared in ''Film/AnnieHall'' and ''Film/OneTrickPony''). They have reunited (and broken up again) several times over the years. Most famously, they came together for a 1981 free concert in Central Park, which drew a crowd of over half a million.

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The duo split up following the release of their album ''Music/BridgeOverTroubledWater'' in 1970. Simon went on to experience a BreakupBreakout and a successful solo career, while Garfunkel is still best known for his efforts with the duo, although he's also known for singing the ThemeSong of ''Film/WatershipDown'' and for his acting roles in such films as ''Film/CatchTwentyTwo'', ''Carnal Knowledge'', ''Film/CarnalKnowledge'', and ''Film/BadTiming'' (while Paul Simon appeared in ''Film/AnnieHall'' and ''Film/OneTrickPony''). They have reunited (and broken up again) several times over the years. Most famously, they came together for a 1981 free concert in Central Park, which drew a crowd of over half a million.
29th May '16 10:03:03 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SocietyMarchesOn: "Seven O'Clock News/Silent Night" in particular. Gee, LennyBruce died this year?

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* SocietyMarchesOn: "Seven O'Clock News/Silent Night" in particular. Gee, LennyBruce Creator/LennyBruce died this year?
2nd May '16 9:42:33 AM Mdumas43073
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-->A patrol car passing by halted to a stop

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-->A patrol car passing by halted to a stopstop\\
2nd May '16 9:42:04 AM Mdumas43073
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* BlahBlahBlah:
-->Said officer Mac Dougal in dismay, "The force can't do a decent job 'cause the kids got no respect for the law today" ''(Art then sings in bored tone)'' and blah blah blah...

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* BlahBlahBlah:
-->Said officer Mac Dougal
BlahBlahBlah: In "Save the Life of My Child":
-->A patrol car passing by halted to a stop
Said Officer [=MacDougal=]
in dismay, dismay,\\
"The force can't do a decent job 'cause job\\
'Cause
the kids got no respect for the law today" \\
''(Art then sings in bored tone)'' and blah blah blah...
2nd May '16 9:34:40 AM Mdumas43073
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* 1966 - ''Sounds Of Silence''
* 1966 - ''Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme''

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* 1966 - ''Sounds Of of Silence''
* 1966 - ''Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And and Thyme''



* 1982 - ''The Concert In Central Park''
* 2002 - ''Live From New York City, 1967''
* 2004 - ''Old Friends: Live On Stage''

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* 1982 - ''The Concert In in Central Park''
* 2002 - ''Live From from New York City, 1967''
* 2004 - ''Old Friends: Live On on Stage''
24th Apr '16 1:13:49 PM eroock
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[[caption-width-right:236:From left to right:\\ Art Garfunkel and Music/PaulSimon.]]

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[[caption-width-right:236:From left to right:\\ right:\\
Art Garfunkel and Music/PaulSimon.]]
24th Apr '16 1:13:30 PM eroock
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[[caption-width-right:236:From left to right: Art Garfunkel and Music/PaulSimon.]]

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[[caption-width-right:236:From left to right: right:\\ Art Garfunkel and Music/PaulSimon.]]
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