Garfunkel, Art - Angel Clare

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1973 Original (KC Prefix First Pressing) With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink And Giant Black & White Fold-Out Poster. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “Garfunkel (He Was Billed Without His First Name Here) Had A Lot Riding On His Debut Solo Album, And Angel Clare, Named After A Character In Thomas Hardy's Novel Tess Of The d'Urbervilles, Lived Up To The Heightened Expectations For The Man Who Had Sung "Bridge Over Troubled Water" And Other Simon & Garfunkel Favorites. Garfunkel Took No Chances, Issuing As The First Single Jimmy Webb's "All I Know," Which Was Arranged In A Similar Style To "Bridge" And Made The Top Ten. Elsewhere On The Record, Garfunkel Took A More Spirited Approach, Notably On A Version Of Van Morrison's "I Shall Sing" That Was Reminiscent Of Simon & Garfunkel's "Cecilia" And Made The Top 40. Certainly, There Was Enough Firepower On The Record, Which Featured Guitarists Jerry Garcia And J.J. Cale. But Much Of It Was Filled With Stately, Orchestra-Laden Ballads, Sung By Garfunkel In His Naïve, Breathy Tenor. If Simon & Garfunkel Had Been The Thinking Man's Everly Brothers, Garfunkel Alone Turned Out To Be The Thinking Man's Johnny Mathis.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.

Artist: Garfunkel, Art Title: Angel Clare Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Columbia Catalog ID: KC 31474 Country: USA Our ID: 140823
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