Electric Guitar – Jimmy Johnson Keyboards – Barry Beckett
Arranged By [Horns] – Allen ToussaintBass – Gordon EdwardsCo-producer – Roy HaleeDrums – Rick MarottaFeaturing – The Dixie HummingbirdsGuitar – Cornell DupreePiano – Paul Griffin
|A3||Take Me To The Mardi Gras
Electric Guitar – Jimmy Johnson Horns – The Onward Brass BandVocals [Falsetto] – Rev. Claude Jeter
|A4||Something So Right
Arranged By [Strings] – Quincy JonesDouble Bass [Acoustic Bass] – Richard Davis Drums – Grady TateGuitar – Alexander Gaffa*, David SpinozzaKeyboards – Bob JamesPiano – Bobby ScottVibraphone [Vibes] – Don Elliot*
|A5||One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor
Piano – Barry Beckett
Arranged By [Strings] – Del NewmanCo-producer – Paul Samwell-SmithDrums – Grady TateKeyboards – Bob James
|B2||Was A Sunny Day
Percussion – Airto MoreiraVocals – Maggie Roche, Terre Roche
|B3||Learn How To Fall
Bass – Vernie RobbinsDrums – James Straud*Guitar – Jerry Pucket*
|B4||St. Judy's Comet
Keyboards, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Barry BeckettPercussion – Roger Hawkins
|B5||Loves Me Like A Rock
Featuring – The Dixie Hummingbirds
|KC 32280||Paul Simon||There Goes Rhymin' Simon (LP, Album, San)||Columbia||KC 32280||US||1973|
|7599-25589-2||Paul Simon||There Goes Rhymin' Simon (CD, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||7599-25589-2||Germany||Unknown|
|KC 32280||Paul Simon||There Goes Rhymin' Simon (LP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||KC 32280||US||1973|
|8122-78900-2||Paul Simon||There Goes Rhymin' Simon (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Warner Bros. Records||8122-78900-2||Europe||2004|
|S-ASF 1762||Paul Simon||There Goes Rhymin' Simon (LP, Album)||Columbia||S-ASF 1762||South Africa||Unknown|
There Goes Rhymin' Simon is the third solo studio album by American musician Paul Simon rush-released on May 5, 1973. It contains songs covering several styles and genres, such as gospel ("Loves Me Like a Rock") and Dixieland ("Take Me to the Mardi Gras"). It received two nominations at the Grammy Awards of 1974, including Best Male Pop Vocal performance and Album of the Year.
There Goes Rhymin’ Simon is the logical second step in Paul Simon’s solo recording career, and it is a dazzlingly surefooted one. Despite its many light, humorous moments, the core theme of his first album, Paul Simon, was depressing: fear of death, its focal point a sung poem, Everything Put Together Falls Apart, that while worthy of comparison with the best work of John Berryman, could hardly be called easy listening. Since the album dealt with anxiety, it communicated anxiety and was difficult in places to accept as entertainment. This isn’t true of Rhymin’ Simon. Like its predecessor,.
There Goes Rhymin' Simon. Retaining the buoyant musical feel of Paul Simon, but employing a more produced sound, There Goes Rhymin' Simon found Paul Simon writing and performing with assurance and venturing into soulful and R&B-oriented music. Simon returned to the kind of vocal pyrotechnics heard on the Simon & Garfunkel records by using gospel singers.
Paul Simon There Goes Rhymin’ Simon. Released May 5, 1973. Oops, looks like your browser doesn't support HTML 5 audio. 队列表 Pop Rock Paul Simon There Goes Rhymin' Simon. Other productions from Paul Simon. Stranger to Stranger. So Beautiful or So What?
Paul Simon lyrics - 160 song lyrics sorted by album, including "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover", "You Can Call Me Al", "The Sound Of Silence". album: "There Goes Rhymin' Simon" (1973). Kodachrome Tenderness Take Me To The Mardi Gras Something So Right One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor American Tune Was A Sunny Day Learn How To Fall St. Judy's Comet Loves Me Like A Rock. album: "Paul Simon In Concert: Live Rhymin'" (1974).
All lyrics printed on the inner gatefold sleeve. to Pattern Music Ltd. Cat. S 69035 on both labels. 69035 on the sleeve. Rights Society: STEMRA.
2017 Live at Hyde Park, London, UK - July 2012. There Goes Rhymin' Simon.