Bridge Over Troubled Water (Bonus Tracks)
Released: Jan 1970
This was S&G's biggest selling album by a few million copies, but it's actually their least cohesive work. That doesn't mean there aren't the usual number of incredible, timeless songs here, including "The Oldest Living Boy in New York," "The Boxer" and the moving title track (which Smokey Robinson has called the best black spiritual ever written). There is also "Cecilia," "El Condor Pasa" and "Keep The Customer Satisfied." With songs this good who needs cohesive albums?
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