In a way the album The Graduate (1968) by Simon & Garfunkel (and instrumental pieces by Dave Grusin), soundtrack of the late 1967 movie, must have been quite disappointing for fans who had been hoping for new material - most of the (very few) Simon & Garfunkel tracks had been previously released, recycled and edited to be used in the film. The only exceptions were The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine (because it was quite a different version) and Mrs. Robinson. The latter would though appear in a full version on the album Bookends, released only 2 months later. The Graduate was nevertheless a top 10 hit in many countries and as a soundtrack it earned 3 Grammy Awards. A smart marketing move perhaps, including well-known songs in a film, but it worked, and many others started doing the same. Listen to (the short) soundtrack version of Mrs. Robinson on spotify playlist 'instagram shortcutsinrock'. #simonandgarfunkel#paulsimon#artgarfunkel#davegrusin#thegraduate#1968#1960s#60s#sixties#classicrock#rockhistory#musichistory#spotify#folkrock#psychedelicpop#thebigbrightgreenpleasuremachine#mrsrobinson#grammyawards#bookends
A minute of trio time from @tangledstringstudios! I have just 3 more shows of this chapter left this year. I hope 🤞 YOU 👋 can make it out!
12/20 ➡️ Greenville, SC @radioroomgreenville 12/21 ➡️ Macon, GA The Rookery ➡️ 12/22 Asheville, NC @wickedweedbrewing
You may have noticed that we stacked RR '19's inaugural Friday night line-up with a local-sweethearts crowd of Gainesville favorites. One goal of RR is to mix our favorite regionally performing musicians from various bands and scenes and eclectic genres, to strengthen our music-loving community by getting everyone in the same room (or in this case, same lodge) to play and listen and share a beautiful experience together. The Friday night performance of Palimony will embody this musical togetherness in a special way. Lexi Braun has channeled the grief of personal loss into art, partnering with Jacob Adams to write a set of beautiful and emotive songs that carry listeners through a sea of mourning on a symphonic vessel supported by a supergroup of Gainesville musicians pulled from the bands The Ones to Blame, Hifi Envelope, Sam Moss, Thin Skins, Wax Wings, and Endless Pools.
"In this fascinating and detailed interview, @elizabethowensmusic analyzes and dissects the fairy tale imagery and lavish soundscapes that make up the sensational new record, Coming Of Age." @theauricular
Read here: http://www.theauricular.com/features/the-fabled-trouveur-exploring-the-visceral-musical-mind-of-elizabeth-owens/
Listen to Coming of Age here: www.elizabethfeels.com
Just 3 more days in our indiegogo campaign!!!😝 Thank you for helping us make this album the best it can be & launch it with the resources & energy it needs! Thank you for donating any amount you can, for sharing the link, & giving the project a shoutout!! https://igg.me/at/AllOfYouAlbum/x/19514156
WEHNACHTSAKTION IM ONLINESHOP!
Link in der Bio!
Ab Heute bis zum 16.12. gibt es bei uns im Shop zu jeder Bestellung GRATIS ein Buttonset und unseren aktuellen Aufnäher!
Das Ganze gilt, nur solange der Vorrat reicht!! Wir wünschen viel Spaß beim Weihnachtsgeschenke shoppen ;) #versengold#folkrock#folkmusic#bravado