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Simon And Garfunkel: Live From New York City, 1967

Chris Ingham, MOJO, September 2002

NEITHER AS gritty as Dylan or as political as Ochs or Baez, Simon And Garfunkel's folk-rock style had a cool, preppy awareness and an alluring sense of almost celestial yearning, patient anger and pained isolation.

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