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Simon and Garfunkel: Royal Albert Hall, London

Hugh Nolan, Disc and Music Echo, 25 March 1967

AFTER WATCHING Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel and one guitar hold a packed London Albert Hall audience — probably six to seven thousand people — in rapt spell-bound silence hanging on their every word and song for nearly two hours you can't help wondering what sort of reception Bob Dylan—the daddy of them all, after all — would get if he were suddenly to return.

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