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    53 years and a day since

    Posted by Alien Nate on 27/1/2023, 10:48:04

    Bridge Over Troubled Waters album was released.

    Where the hell did that time go?

    I remember borrowing it from a friend and promptly scratching it.
    So ended up buying him another and one for myself.
    Must be on my fourth or fifth copy now.
    Still great.

      Re: 53 years and a day since

      Posted by Tony Blackburn on 27/1/2023, 10:55:57, in reply to "53 years and a day since"

      Guff, mate.

        Re: 53 years and a day since

        Posted by Vvv on 27/1/2023, 10:50:27, in reply to "53 years and a day since"

        bang average album

          Re: 53 years and a day since

          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 27/1/2023, 13:42:58, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

          Strange post. Please give your reasons for describing it thus.

          It's bloody excellent.

            Re: 53 years and a day since

            Posted by Hmmm on 27/1/2023, 10:52:06, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

            25 million copies

            Bridge Over Troubled Water has sold over 25 million copies worldwide making it one of the best selling albums of all-time.

              Re: 53 years and a day since

              Posted by Mahatma Gander on 27/1/2023, 10:56:31, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

              Album sales are no validation of quality.

              It is a bloody good album though.

                Re: 53 years and a day since

                Posted by Eh? on 27/1/2023, 11:08:49, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                No validation of quality? What a ridiculous comment.

                  Re: 53 years and a day since

                  Posted by Mahatma Gander on 27/1/2023, 11:36:32, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                  Maybe I should rephrase "no validation" to "no guarantee" or something but as jimmyp points out, a lot of pretty mediocre to awful things prove popular.

                    Re: 53 years and a day since

                    Posted by jimmyp on 27/1/2023, 11:12:05, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                    Plenty of really shit things have been popular, doesn't make them good.

                    Oasis, VW Beetle, Brexit, our current government, COVID, being thick, all extremely popular, all extremely shit.

                    Cheers, Jim

                      Re: 53 years and a day since

                      Posted by Hawkesworth on 27/1/2023, 11:34:06, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                      Tragic.

                        Re: 53 years and a day since

                        Posted by jimmyp on 27/1/2023, 11:38:04, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                        With the odd exception, not so much tragic, mostly annoying.

                        Cheers, Jim

                        Re: 53 years and a day since

                        Posted by crumpsall on 27/1/2023, 11:21:13, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                        Chuckles in North Manchester- most excellent Jim.

                        Personally I can't stand Simon and ####ing Garfunkel, nauseatingly nicey nicey. With the exception of The Boxer and America. #### Don McLean and American Pie too. And the fact that for years everyone who knew one or two chords on a guitar insisted on sitting on the stairs at house parties and earnestlessly hacking their way through their songs.


                          Re: 53 years and a day since

                          Posted by crumpsall on 27/1/2023, 11:27:48, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                          Ps the 'Simon and Garfunkel' routine in the Detectorists was excellent though.

                            Re: 53 years and a day since

                            Posted by Mahatma Gander on 27/1/2023, 11:42:32, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                            Oddly enough, given your normal match attire I though of you last time I heard the line "Hello darkness my old friend".

                            Random musing for the day.

                              Re: 53 years and a day since

                              Posted by crumpsall on 27/1/2023, 11:51:42, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                              While I'm moaning, people raving about that 'goth' version of that as if it's something they've exclusively get on my tits too.


                              Hm. Think I'm in a Victor Meldrew mood this morning!

                                Re: 53 years and a day since

                                Posted by Mahatma Gander on 27/1/2023, 14:47:42, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                                You don't belieeeeve it!

                                  Re: 53 years and a day since

                                  Posted by Alien Nate on 27/1/2023, 12:02:13, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                                  No, he has a copy of BOTW

                            Re: 53 years and a day since

                            Posted by Arnie of frinton on 27/1/2023, 11:14:10, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                            I believe lee Marvin song wandering star kept it off number 1 in the charts

                              Re: 53 years and a day since

                              Posted by Alien Nate on 27/1/2023, 11:28:12, in reply to "Re: 53 years and a day since"

                              That would be the single though. Millions of people bought the album instead.
                              On the Lee Marvin note, I would recommend the version by Kinky Friedman from the album "The Loneliest Man I Ever Met".

                              A brilliant album for chilling to, with a whisky and a clear sky. Funny, sad, open, recognisable, beautiful.

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