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One Trick Pony (Vinyl)

Paul Simon One Trick Pony (Vinyl)


One Trick Pony (Vinyl)

by Paul Simon
180 gram vinyl

One-Trick Pony, Paul Simon's fifth solo studio album, was released in 1980. 

Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony was released concurrently with the film of the same name, in which Simon also starred. The album is best known for the Grammy-nominated track "Late in the Evening" which was a hit for Simon in 1980, and also features "Long, Long Day," a collaboration with Patti Austin.



1. Late in the Evening

2. That's Why God Made the Movies

3. One-Trick Pony

4. How the Heart Approaches What It Yearns

5. Oh, Marion


1. Ace in the Hole

2. Nobody

3. Jonah

4. God Bless the Absentee

5. Long, Long Day


The Rhythm of The Saints (Vinyl)

The Rhythm of The Saints (Vinyl)

by Paul Simon

180 gram vinyl

The Rhythm of the Saints is the eighth solo studio album by singer-songwriter Paul Simon, released in 1990. In 1992, The Rhythm of the Saints earned two nominations for the 34th Grammy Awards – Album of the Year and Producer of the Year.

Paul Simon broadened his love for world music by recording with South American musicians, conjuring a heady blend of world beat, jazzy pop and percussively persuasive numbers such as "The Obvious Child," "The Coast" and "Proof." The record also includes contributions from the likes of JJ Cale, Hugh Masekala, Randy Brecker and Fabulous Thunderbird’s Kim Wilson on harmonica.




1. The Obvious Child

2. Can't Run But

3. The Coast

4. Proof

5. Further to Fly



1. She Moves On

2. Born at the Right Time

3. The Cool, Cool River

4. Spirit Voices

5. The Rhythm of the Saints





by Paul Simon
Legendary songwriter, recording artist and performer Paul Simon will release his 14th studio album – In The Blue Light – on September 7.  Produced by Simon and Roy Halee, who have worked together since the 1960s, the album features a talented cast of musicians who have joined Simon to lend fresh perspectives on 10 of the artist's favourite (though perhaps less-familiar) songs, drawn from his unparalleled body of work.

Revisiting his repertoire, Simon has selected songs originally appearing on There Goes Rhymin' Simon (1973),  Still Crazy After All These Years (1975),One-Trick Pony (1980), Hearts and Bones (1983), The Rhythm of The Saints (1990), You're The One (2000) and So Beautiful Or So What (2011), refreshing and transforming the compositions through new arrangements and collaborations.

Among the many musicians joining Simon on In The Blue Light are jazz icons trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, guitarist Bill Frisell, and drummers Jack DeJohnette and Steve Gadd.  Two of the compositions recorded with the New York-based chamber ensemble sextet yMusic, “Can’t Run But” and “Rene and Georgette Magritte with Their Dog After the War,” are being brought to the stage each night as show-stopping highlights on Simon’sHomeward Bound – The Farewell Tour.



  1. One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor
  2. Love
  3. Can't Run But
  4. How The Heart Approaches What It Yearns
  5. Pigs, Sheep and Wolves


  1. Rene and Georgette Magritte with Their Dog After the War
  2. The Teacher
  3.  Darling Lorraine
  4. Some Folks' Lives Roll Easy
  5. Questions For The Angels




by Paul Simon

Graceland is the seventh studio album by Paul Simon, released in 1986. In 1984, after a period of depression, Simon became fascinated with a bootleg cassette of South African township music. He planned a trip to Johannesburg in the new year with Roy Halee, where he spent two weeks recording with South African musicians.

Graceland features an eclectic mixture of musical styles, including Pop, Rock, a cappella, Zydeco, Isicathamiya, and Mbaqanga. Simon created new compositions inspired by the recordings made in Johannesburg, collaborating with both African and American artists.

Graceland was a major commercial hit, becoming Simon's most successful studio album. His highest-charting effort in over a decade, Simon's return to the forefront of popular music was considered a remarkable comeback in a fickle music industry. It attracted rave reviews from music critics, won 1987 Grammy Award for Album of the Year, and sold over 16 million copies worldwide.

180 gram audiophile vinyl

1. The Boy in the Bubble
2. Graceland
3. I Know What I Know
4. Gumboots
5. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

1. You Can Call Me Al
2. Under African Skies
3. Homeless
4. Crazy Love, Vol. II
5. That Was Your Mother
6. All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints
Still Crazy After All These Years (Vinyl)

Still Crazy After All These Years is Paul Simon’s third studio album. Both recorded and released in 1975, Still Crazy produced four Top 40 hits, "Gone at Last" , "My Little Town", "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover" and the title track. It won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1976.

Still Crazy After All These Years
My Little Town - Simon & Garfunkel
I'd Do It for Your Love
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
Night Game

Gone at Last - Paul Simon with Phoebe Snow and The Jessy Dixon Singers
Some Folks' Lives Roll Easy
Have a Good Time
You're Kind
Silent Eyes