#ICYMI Paul Simon recently contributed to the New York Times' collection "The Year in Reading," in which he discusses E.O. Wilson's inspirational book, "Half-Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life." Please check it out.
nytimes.com In this season of giving, we asked some notably avid readers — who also happen to be poets, musicians, diplomats, filmmakers, novelists, actors and artists — to share the books that accompanied them through 2016.
"Stranger to Stranger" is the perfect gift for any Paul Simon fan! http://a.co/3BxmnwM
rollingstone.com Paul Simon said the theme of his 13th album was sound, packing it with sideways reinventions of the mournful blues snap and early rock & roll melodicism that have long charged his work. But the genre-bending oddball sonics draw you into songs full of the anxiety that defined our annus horribilis. We...
"Stranger to Stranger" on British GQ's top albums of 2016 list!
Nico Segal and Nate Fox's remix from Paul's Stranger to Stranger album in @pitchfork
Nico Segal and Nate Fox's remix from Paul's Stranger to Stranger album in Pitchfork
pitchfork.com A rework of Simon’s “The Clock” and “The Werewolf,” produced by the Chance the Rapper collaborators
"Sunrise doesn't last all morning
A cloudburst doesn't last all day
Seems my love is up and has left you with no warning
But it's not always going to be this grey"
-- George Harrison
(photo: Harry Goodman)