Go Tell It On the Mountain—Simon & Garfunkel
Try listening to only the right channel (i.e., only your right earbud if you don’t want to adjust your settings). Paul’s vocals couldn’t be more youthful and pleasant. I know that Paul was the songwriting brains and Art was the voice, but Paul’s vocals are amazing in their own right.
This interview might be a little tongue-in-cheek. Maybe. James Garfunkel still seems like the biggest brat in the world.
Day 11 - A song from your favorite band:
"So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright" by Simon and Garfunkel
Because he had once studied to be an architect, Art Garfunkel asked Paul Simon to write a song about Frank Lloyd Wright. Paul complied, but the resulting song was more about Art and the pair’s doomed relationship than it was about the famous architect.
Paul Simon wanted to include “Cuba Si, Nixon No” on Bridge Over Troubled Water, but Art Garfunkel wouldn’t have it. This only recording of the song is from the bootleg of a 1969 performance at Miami University entitled Back to College.