is a compilation album by Up 'til Now Art Garfunkel. The album is a mixture of three previously released solo tracks (including a track from ), seven new songs (including a duet with The Animals' Christmas James Taylor and a track from an earlier recording session left off the album), and two alternate takes of previously released songs. It also includes the acoustic version of Scissors Cut Simon & Garfunkel's " The Sound of Silence", taken from the duo's 1964 debut, . It was released in 1993 on Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. Columbia Records.
The track "The Breakup" is a mock-up news flash of Art Garfunkel giving a serious Philosophical reason for the duo's break-up, with Simon continuously interrupting him, in an effort, as Garfunkel put it, "To be like Nichols and May...Hoping people won't take the break-up of Simon and Garfunkel seriously."
Track listing [ edit ]
Crying in the Rain" ( Carole King, Howard Greenfield) (Duet with James Taylor. Produced by Taylor) "
All I Know" ( Jimmy Webb) (Alternate recording from 1989, with Jimmy Webb on piano) "Just Over the Brooklyn Bridge" (
Marvin Hamlisch) "
The Sound of Silence" ( Paul Simon) (From the Simon & Garfunkel album ) Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. "The Breakup" (Spoken word with Paul Simon)
"Skywriter" (Recorded live at the
Royal Albert Hall with Nicky Hopkins on piano) "The Decree" (From the album
) The Animals' Christmas "It's All in the Game" (Produced by James Taylor)
"One Less Holiday" (
Stephen Bishop) (From the sessions) Scissors Cut "
Since I Don't Have You" ( Joseph Rock, James Beaumont) (From the album ) Fate For Breakfast "
Two Sleepy People" ( Hoagy Carmichael, Frank Loesser) (from the Penny Marshall film, ) A League of Their Own "
Why Worry" ( Mark Knopfler) "All My Love's Laughter" (
Jimmy Webb) (Alternate recording from 1989)
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