History YMMV / PaulSimon

20th May '17 11:42:50 AM AnotherGuy
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: ''Music/{{Graceland}}'' was revolutionary in the 80's because a musician had never taken modern (at the time at least) pop and fused with world and African tribal music. Many artists have done this since, leaving first-time listeners wondering what the big deal is.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: ''Music/{{Graceland}}'' was revolutionary in the 80's because a musician had never taken modern (at the time at least) pop and fused with world South American and African tribal music. Many artists have done this since, leaving first-time listeners wondering what the big deal is.is.
* {{Tearjerker}}: "The Late Great Johnny Ace". The first John to die is sad. The third John is heartbreaking, when a stranger comes up to Simon to ask him if he'd heard John Lennon was murdered -- and ends up [[DrowningMySorrows in a bar]] listening to Beatles and Lennon songs til the place closes.
13th Sep '15 12:39:31 PM youngbond007
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: ''Music/Graceland'' was a big deal in the 80's because a musician had never taken modern (at the time at least) pop and fused with world and African tribal music. Many artists have done this since, leaving first-time listeners wondering what the big deal is.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: ''Music/Graceland'' ''Music/{{Graceland}}'' was a big deal revolutionary in the 80's because a musician had never taken modern (at the time at least) pop and fused with world and African tribal music. Many artists have done this since, leaving first-time listeners wondering what the big deal is.
13th Sep '15 12:38:35 PM youngbond007
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: ''Music/Graceland'' was a big deal in the 80's because a musician had never taken modern (at the time at least) pop and fused with world and African tribal music. Many artists have done this since, leaving first-time listeners wondering what the big deal is.
14th Jan '13 2:15:41 AM AFP
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* HilariousInHindsight: The chorus of "Kodachrome" is "Don't take my Kodachrome away!". As of 2009, that's exactly what happened, with the discontinuation of Kodachrome slide film.
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