The asinine user below is a sneering, snot-nosed little suck who practically rates every movie she sees with a lousy 1-star rating, or less, and the same goes for every CD she rates, too.
I am really sick of this sniveling turd posting comments on this website. I sure wish that she would just "bug off".
This album rates as one of the most saccharine pieces of drool ever recorded. My suggestion is to go to discogs and order a copy of "...dig" by The Coolies. Compare their versions of "59th Street Bridge Song" (drawled by a dork on the nod) and "Homeward Bound" (as a Hard Rock anthem) to the insipid originals. I am sure you will change your tune about S & G.
Released back in 1966 - "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme" would be the third studio album from the American folk-pop duo known as Simon & Garfunkel.
This reissue CD contains all 12 original tracks, plus 2 bonus songs for your listening pleasure.
With the exception of 3 songs - The rest of the tunes were exclusively written by Paul Simon.
(*Be sure to check out the "Homeward Bound" music-video*)
The harmonies and melodies in track one are just amazing! trance inducing! almost mystical! Although I have done it rarely in the past (one for a Rokia Troare song collected on a rough guides disc, and on an Adeamus disc) this too deserves 5 stars for one song alone. I also especially delighted in track 6. Others I liked were tracks 3, 6, 7, and 10.
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