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Paul Simon
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United States
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Paul Frederic Simon is an American singer-songwriter born October 13, 1941, Newark, NJ, most known as the one part of Simon & Garfunkel. After splitting up with Art Garfunkel he also had a successful solo career.
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http://paulsimon.com
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Releases on file (6)
Randy Brecker — RandyPop! Randy Brecker — RandyPop!
(Piloo Records, 2015, CD)
Various Artists — And I'll Scratch Yours Various Artists — And I'll Scratch Yours
(RealWorld PGCD14, 2013, CD)
Paul Simon — Surprise Paul Simon — Surprise
(Warner Bros 49982-2, 2006, CD)
Herbie Hancock — Possibilities Herbie Hancock — Possibilities
(Warner Bros 50-51011-0111-2-2, 2005, CD)
Maggie & Terre Roche — Seductive Reasoning Maggie & Terre Roche — Seductive Reasoning
(Sony Music Special Products WK 75056, 1975/1991, CD)
Paul Simon — There Goes Rhymin' Simon Paul Simon — There Goes Rhymin' Simon
(Columbia KC 32280 , 1973, LP)

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