Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Sounds of Silence’ is their second studio album recorded in 1964 & 1965 andeleased on January 17, 1966 by Columbia.
Track Listing : 1.The Sound Of Silence (Paul Simon) – 03:05 . 2.Leaves That Are Green (Paul Simon) – 02:23 . 3.Blessed (Paul Simon) – 03:16 . 4.Kathy’S Song (Paul Simon) – 03:21 . 5.Somewhere They Can’T Find Me (Paul Simon) – 02:37 . 6.Anji (Davey Graham) – 02:17 . 7.Richard Cory (Paul Simon) – 02:57 . 8.A Most Peculiar Man (Paul Simon) – 02:34 . 9.April Come She Will (Paul Simon) – 01:51 . 10.We’Ve Got A Groovy Thing Goin’ (Paul Simon) – 02:00 . 11.I Am A Rock (Paul Simon) – 02:50
Musicians : Paul Simon – Vocals, Guitar . Art Garfunkel – Vocals . Fred Carter, Jr. – Guitar . Larry Knechtel – Keyboards . Glen Campbell – Guitar . Joe South – Guitar . Joe Osborn – Bass Guitar . Hal Blaine – Drums . Al Gorgoni – Guitar On (1) . Vinnie Bell – Guitar On (1) . Joe Mack – Bass Guitar On (1) . Bobby Gregg – Drums On (1)
Production : Produced By Bob Johnston, Tom Wilson On (1)
Recorded March 1964, April, June & December 1965.
Released On January 17, 1966 By Columbia.
The Roman historian Plutarch once said, “What you achieve inwardly will change outer reality.” In a way, this quote could really apply to numerous bands given their histories, particularly the folk-rock duo Simon and Garfunkel. […]
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Leaves That Are Green is my personal standout, with that choogling canine panting in the left channel, the happy-clappy tambourine, lovely harmonies, and plunking, evermoving harpsichord. […]
The lyrics of the title tune are equal to any that were being produced at the time as Paul Simon emerged as a rare master of imagery and story telling. It is also one of those rare songs that defines a period of time and is instantly recognizable by its first few notes. […]