Album artwork for The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast by Paul Simon

Having helped define the sound of the 60s as one half of Simon & Garfunkel, Paul Simon embarked on a solo career that consolidated his position as one of the most talented singer-songwriters of his generation.

A brief reunion with Art Garfunkel, on the 1975 single My Little Town, resulted in a return to the charts for the duo, but as The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast shows, by the mid-70s, Simon had more than enough hits of his own to stand by.

Riding high off the success of his third solo album, Still Crazy After All These Years, Simon took to the BBC studios to record the intimate performance captured here, treating the audience to a wry version of 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover and a heart-melting take on Still Crazy After All These Years.

Bonus material features a Saturday Night Live appearance by Simon & Garfunkel, and together they turn the clock back to the halcyon days with takes on The Boxer and Scarborough Fair.

Paul Simon

The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast

FM
Album artwork for The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast by Paul Simon
CD

£10.99

Released 07/04/2023Catalogue Number

FMGZ134CD

Paul Simon

The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast

FM
Album artwork for The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast by Paul Simon
CD

£10.99

Released 07/04/2023Catalogue Number

FMGZ134CD

Having helped define the sound of the 60s as one half of Simon & Garfunkel, Paul Simon embarked on a solo career that consolidated his position as one of the most talented singer-songwriters of his generation.

A brief reunion with Art Garfunkel, on the 1975 single My Little Town, resulted in a return to the charts for the duo, but as The Amazing 1975 Radio Broadcast shows, by the mid-70s, Simon had more than enough hits of his own to stand by.

Riding high off the success of his third solo album, Still Crazy After All These Years, Simon took to the BBC studios to record the intimate performance captured here, treating the audience to a wry version of 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover and a heart-melting take on Still Crazy After All These Years.

Bonus material features a Saturday Night Live appearance by Simon & Garfunkel, and together they turn the clock back to the halcyon days with takes on The Boxer and Scarborough Fair.