This morning I went for breakfast in the 12th Lock and then into town to the Brocante market.
I bought three records and as I am typing I am sitting here listening to the Simon & Garfunkel one. It's a great album.
I also bought this one for a bit of easy listening:
I thought this one was interesting. It's a recording of speeches that President Kennedy made on his visit to Ireland some months before his untimely death.
I wouldn't be into this type of things (listening to speech recordings) but strangely enough I am looking forward to it.
The Simon & Garfunkel is my favourite and at only €3 it was an absolute steal!
Taken from Wikipedia these are the 17 songs on it
- "I Am a Rock"
- "Homeward Bound"
- "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"
- "Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M."
- "El Condor Pasa (If I Could)" (Daniel Alomía Robles, English lyrics by Simon, arranged by Jorge Milchberg)
- "At the Zoo"
- "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" (traditional, arr. Simon & Art Garfunkel with Canticle by Simon)
- "The Boxer"
- "The Sound of Silence"
- "Mrs. Robinson"
- "Keep the Customer Satisfied"
- "Song for the Asking"
- "A Hazy Shade of Winter"
- "Old Friends/Bookends Theme (Reprise)"
- "Bridge over Troubled Water"