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1964/1993

by Paul Simon

1964/1993 by Paul Simon

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1964/1993

by Paul Simon

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Label: Warner Bros.
This 1993 box set boasts a body of work, 52 songs deep, that reveals Paul Simon has been perfecting the thinking man's love song since the 1957 hit "Hey, Schoolgirl" he recorded with Art Garfunkel under the name Tom and Jerry. This could be how Simon hears himself, because he designed and assembled the compilation (which is a bit more shuffled than strictly chronological). Culling his hits from Simon and Garfunkel's heyday, as well as his own solo achievements, disc one spans 1957 to 1973, while the second disc covers 1973 to 1983; the third takes on Simon's chosen recordings from 1986 to 1991.

About This Album

This 1993 box set boasts a body of work, 52 songs deep, that reveals Paul Simon has been perfecting the thinking man's love song since the 1957 hit "Hey, Schoolgirl" he recorded with Art Garfunkel under the name Tom and Jerry. This could be how Simon hears himself, because he designed and assembled the compilation (which is a bit more shuffled than strictly chronological). Culling his hits from Simon and Garfunkel's heyday, as well as his own solo achievements, disc one spans 1957 to 1973, while the second disc covers 1973 to 1983; the third takes on Simon's chosen recordings from 1986 to 1991.

Tracks

Disc 1

Disc 2

Disc 3

About This Album

This 1993 box set boasts a body of work, 52 songs deep, that reveals Paul Simon has been perfecting the thinking man's love song since the 1957 hit "Hey, Schoolgirl" he recorded with Art Garfunkel under the name Tom and Jerry. This could be how Simon hears himself, because he designed and assembled the compilation (which is a bit more shuffled than strictly chronological). Culling his hits from Simon and Garfunkel's heyday, as well as his own solo achievements, disc one spans 1957 to 1973, while the second disc covers 1973 to 1983; the third takes on Simon's chosen recordings from 1986 to 1991.