Simon and Garfunkel Albums
Simon & Garfunkel are an American musical group known for their harmonies and folk rock hits. This band was very popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and their music lives on in the minds and hearts of their fans. These Simon & Garfunkel albums have gone down in history as some of the most popular albums of this era.
Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.
This was the band's debut studio album and was released in 1964. At first, the album was not very well-received. However, when it was re-released in 1966, it reached the #30 position on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The songs "Peggy-O," "Benedictus" and "The Sound of Silence" are found on this album.
Simon and Garfunkel also released two new albums in 1966. The first was called "Sounds of Silence," a name of a single on their first album. The second album was called "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme" and featured the hit "Scarborough Fair." "Patterns," "Homeward Bound," and "Dangling Conversation" were also found on this album, which reached number four on the United States' charts.
In 1968, Simon & Garfunkel released the concept album titled "Bookends." The album follows a boy as he matures into a man. The classic song, "Mrs. Robinson," used in the movie "The Graduate," is found on this album.
Bridge over Troubled Water
This final album was released in 1970 and won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year. It is also on Rolling Stone's list of Greatest Album of All Time and has won many international awards.
Simon & Garfunkel released several notable albums during their talented music career. This is a band that lives on in the hearts and minds of fans all over the world.