Simon & Garfunkel – Homeward Bound, Live 1967

By chance did any reader happen to have the opportunity to be there? The lineup was seriously incredible, with so much talent with Simom & Garfunkel being just one of many impressive performers. Paul Simon looks young but of course, he was only 25 at the time.

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6 Responses to “Simon & Garfunkel – Homeward Bound, Live 1967”

  1. A couple years ago, we went to see S&G. They sang their first ever recorded song. I told my wife, they sound just like the Everly Brothers with that song. S&G after singing the song, said they were strongly influenced by the Everly Brothers. Then they said ladies and gentlemen, we would like to welcome to the stage The Everly Brothers. They sang a couple of their biggies, sang one with S&G. They were fantastic. What a most memorable night it was for us.

  2. I was there for Friday and most of Saturday. A friend and I semi-lied to our parents after high school graduation (California schools ran into June in those days), telling them that we were going camping just north of Santa Cruz. We headed south instead and got to hear some of the best musicians of any time.

  3. Bookbinder says:

    Paul Simon was the architect of their music. But Art Garfunkel’s voice was its soul. I’ve always regretted the breakup,

  4. mf_roe says:

    The ’60s seemed to promise hope and change, it didn’t happen because too many think a better world is a prize, it’s a process and unless it is addressed continuously it will fail.

  5. Another reason I’d like to go back to 1967…and stay there awhile!

  6. Indigo says:

    Ah . . . The Summer of Love. It was great!

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