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June 20, 2015

Paul Simon UC

For the first time ever, the essential hits by Paul Simon and Simon & Garfunkel are available on one album – ‘The Ultimate Collection: Paul Simon’. The stunning CD spans the great man’s whole career, showcasing the immense talent of one the most influential songwriters and artists of all time.

Iconic singles You Can Call Me Al, Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes, Me & Julio Down By The School Yard, The Boxer and Bridge Over Troubled Water all feature, as well as The Sound of Silence and Mrs Robinson from the equally timeless film, The Graduate. And that’s just the start!

Never before has the true scale of Paul Simon’s career been this obviously laid out, and the full range of his style so beautifully bought together.

Revel in the man’s genius by picking up the album from:  Amazon or  iTunes.

Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller was an enormously popular jazz bandleader. This Very Best Of collection is a beautifully re-mastered compilation, charting the brief but hugely prolific and successful career of the leader one of the best known “Big bands”. His signature recordings In the Mood, American Patrol, Chattanooga Choo Choo, Tuxedo Junction, Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug and Pennsylvania 6-5000 all feature, having been beautifully remastered to sound more crisp and beautiful than ever before.

Glenn Miller was one of the best-selling recording artists from 1939 to 1943. But he was more than that. To many people, Glenn Miller’s Big Band were the sound of America in the Swing Era, and to many more he soundtracked the United States during the Second World War. We may be a little biased, but we think it would make the perfect Father’s Day gift because these classic recordings – best exemplified by the timeless In the Mood – have taken on a life on their own, and the memories they invoke span generations. This collection sounds astonishing, with unparalleled sound quality, making it the perfect stroll down memory lane to best celebrate the big-band genre’s most iconic musician.

Get The Very Best of Glenn Miller on Amazon or iTunes.

THE GREATEST LINES OF… PAUL SIMON

THE GREATEST LINES OF… PAUL SIMON

Undoubtedly one of our all-time greatest songwriters and Paul Simon’s poetry has embedded itself in the culture like few others. From crystal clear lyrical imagery to phrases that ring so true it’s like you’ve known them all your life, we collect five of the best.

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PAUL SIMON – ‘IN THE BLUE LIGHT’ – OUT NOW

PAUL SIMON – ‘IN THE BLUE LIGHT’ – OUT NOW

Paul Simon – our Artist of the Month and one of the greatest authors of the American songbook – today releases ‘In The Blue Light’.

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ARTIST OF THE MONTH: PAUL SIMON

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: PAUL SIMON

With ‘In The Blue Light’ released this month, and with his final tour coming to a close, our Artist of the Month for September is perhaps the greatest contributor to the American Songbook, Paul Simon.

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Paul Simon – ‘Still Crazy After All These Years’

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Paul Simon – ‘Still Crazy After All These Years’

As Paul Simon gears up to say goodbye at Hyde Park this summer, it’s worth considering his monumental journey.

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Paul Simon – Top tracks playlist

Paul Simon – Top tracks playlist
Show tracks
  1. Me and Julio dpwn by the school yard
    Paul Simon
  2. 50 ways to leave your lover
    Paul Simon
  3. America
    Simon & Garfunkel
  4. Graceland
    Paul Simon
  5. Father and daughter
    Paul Simon
  6. and lots more
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THIS WEEK IN CHART HISTORY – March 1972

THIS WEEK IN CHART HISTORY – March 1972

In our new feature we look back at what was happening in the Official UK Albums Chart, just about 44 years ago

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Video of the week: Paul Simon

Video of the week: Paul Simon

This week in 1941, the extraordinary singer songwriter Paul Simon was born.

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Father’s Day Deals

Father’s Day Deals

Take a look at some of our Father’s Day deals…

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We Are…No.1

We Are…No.1

…with Paul Simon: The Ultimate Collection

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You Can Call Me Al

Paul Simon