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  1. Gujin Reply

    Bookends opens with an acoustic guitar stating a theme, slowly and plaintively. It erupts into the musical dissonance that introduces "Save the Life of My Child." Its uneasy rock & roll frames highly metaphorical and ironic lyrics and a nursery rhyme bridge/

  2. Tell Reply

    Bookends is the fourth studio album by Simon & Garfunkel, released on April 3, by Columbia Records. It was produced by Paul Simon, Roy Halee and Art Garfunkel.

  3. Godal Reply

    Release Date 3 April Bookends is the name of an album and its title track, both recorded by Simon & Garfunkel, released April 3, It was produced by Paul Simon, read more.

  4. Dukasa Reply

    Despite how frequently Simon & Garfunkel’s music gets associated with having a ‘pleasant’ or ‘overly-accessible’ Folk and Soft Rock sound, as an album, Bookends has a surprising instrumental variety to it, with many tracks opting to lean into more experimental directions.

  5. Grojar Reply

    Bookends Simon & Garfunkel Singer/Songwriter · Preview Editors' Notes Simon & Garfunkel's fourth album takes on psychedelic influences, the changing cultural climate of the ’60s, and their own ever-growing ambitions. Side One forms a cycle-of-life suite, from the chaotic "Save the Life of My Child" to the youthful wanderlust of "America.

  6. Samujar Reply

    Jul 10,  · Bookends Theme (part two) Simon & Garfunkel’s Bookends’ first side contains this song as the first and last track, with the second version running a minute longer. The short song refers to the passage of time, and to memories of a loved one, and follows songs on the album which address interpersonal relationships at different times of life.

  7. Shakar Reply

    Tracklist Bookends Theme (Instrumental) Save The Life Of My Child America Overs Voices Of Old People Old Friends Bookends Theme Fakin' It Punky's Dilemma Mrs. Robinson (From The Motion Picture "The Graduate") A Hazy Shade Of Winter At The Zoo.

  8. Gardajinn Reply

    Bookends Theme. Album: Bookends. Track Number: 7 Lyrics: Time it was, And what a time it was It was A time of innocence A time of confidences. Long ago it must be I have a photograph Preserve your memories They’re all that’s left you.

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