Concert in Central Park

The Concert in Central Park

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by Simon & Garfunkel
     
 

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Simon & Garfunkel reunited on September 19, 1981, to perform a free concert in Central Park, New York City. This two-record set presents some of the duo's biggest hits in a live context, and also allows listeners a chance to hear what many Simon solo numbers could sound like in S&G mode.  See more details below

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Simon & Garfunkel reunited on September 19, 1981, to perform a free concert in Central Park, New York City. This two-record set presents some of the duo's biggest hits in a live context, and also allows listeners a chance to hear what many Simon solo numbers could sound like in S&G mode.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/30/1999
Label:
Sony Import
UPC:
5099708857523
catalogNumber:
0885752

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Simon & Garfunkel   Primary Artist
Art Garfunkel   Vocals
Paul Simon   Guitar,Vocals
Rob Mounsey   Synthesizer
Grady Tate   Drums
Pete Carr   Guitar
John Eckert   Trumpet
Steve Gadd   Drums
John Gatchell   Trumpet
Anthony Jackson   Bass
Gerry Niewood   Saxophone
Richard Tee   Keyboards
David Tofani   Saxophone
Dave Brown   Guitar

Technical Credits

Chuck Berry   Composer
Art Garfunkel   Composer,Producer
Paul Simon   Composer,Producer
Roy Halee   Producer,Engineer
Phil Ramone   Producer

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Concert in Central Park [Blu-Spec] 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JrL3 More than 1 year ago
A classic event show that if you don't have it don't wait to experience it since this comes with the DVD. But if you do ... the remastering is only of the CD and its about the same as the original release. The DVD is the same disc released over a decade ago. What a waste of an anniversary set.
glauver More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best of the two S&G reunion releases. Art and Paul were only a decade from their break-up and there voices were still flexible. We will never know what a Beatles regrouping would have sounded like but Simon and Garfunkel pulled their first off with fine style.(The second is another story.) Another plus is the fine backup band.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think that this video is a great video because I really like Simon and Garfunkel having a good back up band and different band arrangments for familiar songs.