Simon & Garfunkel ‎– Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits

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CBS ‎– S 69003
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A1 Mrs. Robinson 4:02
A2 For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her 2:04
A3 The Boxer 5:07
A4 The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) 1:43
A5 The Sound Of Silence 3:02
A6 I Am A Rock 2:50
A7 Scarborough Fair / Canticle
Composed By – Arthur Garfunkel*
3:08
B1 Homeward Bound 2:30
B2 Bridge Over Troubled Water 4:52
B3 America 3:34
B4 Kathy's Song 3:16
B5 El Condor Pasa (If I Could)
Composed By – Daniel A. Robles, Jorge Milchberg
3:06
B6 Bookends 1:16
B7 Cecilia 2:55

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(P) 1972 CBS Inc. / CBS is a trademark of the Columbia Broadcasting System Inc.

Record made in England
Sleeve printed in Holland

Shorepak™ sleeve is made by Shorewood, UK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1): CBS-S-69003-A-13
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2): CBS-S-69003-A-13

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KC 31350 Simon & Garfunkel Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(LP, Comp, Pit) Columbia KC 31350 US 1972 Sell This Version
S 69003 Simon & Garfunkel Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(LP, Comp, RE) CBS S 69003 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
CPCT 31350 Simon & Garfunkel Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(Cass, Comp, Club, Dol) Columbia CPCT 31350 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
40-69003 Simon & Garfunkel Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(Cass, Comp, RE) CBS 40-69003 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
PCT 31350 Simon & Garfunkel Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(Cass, Comp, RE) Columbia PCT 31350 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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downtown.music

downtown.music

May 9, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

A good starting point, a collection of their biggest hits, but to me these hits represent the most over-played and least special aspect of their amazing output. Don't get me wrong, these are all great songs, but if you've ever been near a radio, you've probably heard most of these and they've all been played to death. You need to hear the individual albums these were culled from to really find the under-recognized masterpieces that were too "deep" or "risque" for scaredy-cat radio programmers to mess with. Songs like "So Long Frank Lloyd Wright", "The Only Living Boy In New York", "Fakin' It", "Patterns", "Cloudy", "Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall", "Save The Life Of My Child", which is one of the first Pop Songs to actually incorporate ("sample") one of their own privious songs into a newer one. The list goes on. A good introduction to these amazing songsmiths, but if you're jaded and leery of overplayed pop music, dig into their individual albums.