Monday, November 22, 2010

A Flower Power Moment with Simon and Garfunkel - 1967

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  1. one of my favorite tunes by them~thanks!

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  2. Art and Paul make me so nostalgic
    I've been thinking a lot about the 60s
    JFK's death anniversary this week
    and the general lack of flower power in the world today
    perfect song
    I have all their work on albums and CDs
    I really love the albums

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  3. Synchronicity strikes again. I put up a little post this afternoon with a link to this song.

    I hope you are well and enjoying some beauty every day as a return gift for all you do.

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  4. Simon&Garfunkel favorites of mine Thanks

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  5. Unfortunately, the song has ben slighty spoiled for me by thousands of South American buskers playing it on pan-pipes wherever I go ...:-)

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  6. I could not possibly ever get tired of S & G or Paul Simon. Glad you guys like them, too.

    Susan: I love serendipity!!! I'll be over soon to check out your link. I'm on my lunch break at work right now.

    MP: I'm a Nathan Olievra fan but I don't recognize the name of the other artist, though looking at his work may remind me. Thanks for the heads-up.

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  7. Francis: I understand. :-)

    Dianne: I love it that you have all the recordings! You would... :-)

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  8. Lovely. Yes, I think I'd rather be a sparrow than a snail but it's suppose it's all relative. ;)

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  9. Just as I was about to close down for the night and go to bed ... this wonderful piece from Simon and Garfunkel ... I think that I shall have sweet dreams.

    Thank you!

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