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Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme<完全生産限定盤>

Simon & Garfunkel

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発売日

2018/05/18

フォーマット

SACDハイブリッド

構成数

1

製造国

輸入 (ヨーロッパ盤)

レーベル

Mobile Fidelity

規格品番

UDSACD2199

商品の紹介

  • 映画『卒業』の挿入歌「スカボロー・フェア」を収録。ポール・サイモンとアート・ガーファンクルのフォークロック・デュオが放った3rdアルバムで、全米チャート4位を記録した。当時の混沌とした社会へのメッセージを繊細なメロディーと美しいハーモニーに乗せて展開する音世界は彼らならではのもの。二人が育ったNYの情景を歌った「59番街橋の歌(フィーリング・グルーヴィー)」、ポール・サイモンがロンドンで活動して頃に書いた「早く家へ帰りたい」など今も愛される名曲・名演が並ぶ。アルバムのタイトルは、イギリス民謡でもある「スカボロー・フェア」の一節から取られている。1966年作品。

    発売・販売元 提供資料 (2018/04/23)

  • Uncut - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A flowery, soft-focused affair..." Q - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Sees them figuring out how to be effortlessly great..."

    Rovi

  • Simon & Garfunkel's first masterpiece, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme was also the first album on which the duo, in tandem with engineer Roy Halee, exerted total control from beginning to end, right down to the mixing, and it is an achievement akin to the Beatles' Revolver or the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds album, and just as personal and pointed as either of those records at their respective bests. After the frantic rush to put together an LP in just three weeks that characterized the Sounds of Silence album early in 1966, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme came together over a longer gestation period of about three months, an uncommonly extended period of recording in those days, but it gave the duo a chance to develop and shape the songs the way they wanted them. The album opens with one of the last vestiges of Paul Simon's stay in England, "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" -- the latter was the duo's adaptation of a centuries-old English folk song in an arrangement that Simon had learned from Martin Carthy. The two transformed the song into a daunting achievement in the studio, however, incorporating myriad vocal overdubs and utilizing a harpsichord, among other instruments, to embellish it, and also wove into its structure Simon's "The Side of a Hill," a gentle antiwar song that he had previously recorded on The Paul Simon Songbook in England. The sonic results were startling on their face, a record that was every bit as challenging in its way as "Good Vibrations," but the subliminal effect was even more profound, mixing a hauntingly beautiful antique melody, and a song about love in a peaceful, domestic setting, with a message about war and death; Simon & Garfunkel were never as political as, say, Peter, Paul & Mary or Joan Baez, but on this record they did bring the Vietnam war home.
    The rest of the album was less imposing but just as beguiling -- audiences could revel in the play of Simon's mind (and Simon & Garfunkel's arranging skills) and his sense of wonder (and frustration) on "Patterns," and appreciate the sneering rock & roll-based social commentary "The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine." Two of the most beautiful songs ever written about the simple joys of living, the languid "Cloudy" and bouncy "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)," were no less seductive, and the album also included "Homeward Bound," their Top Five hit follow-up to "The Sound of Silence," which had actually been recorded at the sessions for that LP. No Simon & Garfunkel song elicits more difference of opinion than "The Dangling Conversation," making its LP debut here -- one camp regards it as hopelessly pretentious and precious in its literary name-dropping and rich string orchestra accompaniment, while another holds it as a finely articulate account of a couple grown distant and disconnected through their intellectual pretensions; emotionally, it is definitely the precursor to the more highly regarded "Overs" off the next album, and it resonated well on college campuses at the time, evoking images of graduate school couples drifting apart, but for all the beauty of the singing and the arrangement, it also seemed far removed from the experience of teenagers or any listeners not living a life surrounded by literature ("couplets out of rhyme" indeed!), and understandably only made the Top 30 on AM radio. "For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her" was a romantic idyll that presented Art Garfunkel at his most vulnerable sounding, anticipating such solo releases of his as "All I Know," while "Flowers Never Bend With the Rainfall" was Simon at his most reflectively philosophical, dealing with age and its changes much as "Patterns" dealt with the struggle to change, with a dissonant note (literally) at the end that anticipated the style of the duo's next album.
    "A Simple Desultory Philippic," which also started life in England more than a year earlier, was the team's Dylanesque fuzz tone-laden jape at folk-rock, and a statement of who they weren

    Rovi

作品の情報

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オリジナル盤発売日:1966年

収録内容

構成数 | 1枚

Personnel includes: Paul Simon (vocals, guitar); Art Garfunkel (vocals). Reissue producer: Bob Irwin. Recorded between December 14, 1965 and December 22, 1966. Originally released on Columbia Records (9363). Includes liner notes by Bud Scoppa.


【収録予定曲】
1. Scarborough Fair/Canticle
2. Patterns3 .Cloudy
4. Homeward Bound
5. The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine
6. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
7. The Dangling Conversation
8. Flowers Never Bend in the Rainfall
9. A Simple Desultory Philippic
10. For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
11. A Poem on the Underground Wall
12. 7 O'Clock News/Silent Night

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