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Stranded In A Limousine - Paul Simon - Greatest Hits, Etc. (CD)

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  1. Greatest Hits, Etc. (UK Import)]This cd captures the best of paul simon with its mix of single releases and album tracks. Simon's best arrangements complemented by superb vocals and outstanding musicianship combine in a way that is rare with compilation albums/5(14).
  2. Stranded In A Limousine: A3: Still Crazy After All These Years: A4: Have A Good Time: Paul Simon Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results paul simon greatest hits, etc.
  3. Greatest Hits, Etc. (UK Import)]This cd captures the best of paul simon with its mix of single releases and album tracks. Simon's best arrangements complemented by superb vocals and outstanding musicianship combine in a way that is rare with compilation albums/5(13).
  4. Jun 17,  · I agree with Dennis on the CD. It's a winner. On a related note, I just got the remastered CD of One-Trick Pony and noticed that "Stranded in a Limousine" is a bonus track. Sellers of Greatest Hits, Etc. make a big deal out of it having this "rare track", but it is on the aforementioned remaster. (I have not compared the two discs yet.).
  5. Paul Simon - The Studio Recordings (9 CD Box Set, Expanded And Remastered) () loose-limbed alternate version is added to Still Crazy After All These Years and "Stranded in a Limousine," the other new song on Greatest Hits, Etc., finally reappears on CD as a bonus track on One Trick Pony. These are only two bonus tracks of
  6. Printed editions of Paul Simon’s music available from Big Bells, Inc., 33 Hovey Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey Randy Brecker and Michael Brecker appear courtesy of Arista Records. Bob James appears courtesy of Tappan Zee Records and Columbia Records.
  7. Simon also has a handful of excellent songs that never appeared on a studio album – ‘Slip Slidin’ Away’ and ‘Stranded in a Limousine’ first appeared on ’s Greatest Hits Etc., while ‘Thelma’ was an outtake from The Rhythm of the Saints that first appeared on ’s Paul Simon Anthology.

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