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49 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Simon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Simon, often where they are interviewed.

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49 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Simon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Simon, often where they are interviewed.

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Paul Simon w/Dan Mills

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Paul Simon. A singer songwriter with a poetry degree from Queens College. Paul Simon met one of his greatest life collaborators at the tender age of 11yrs old, Art Garfunkel. Together, the two achieved remarkable fame as a folk duo, but even after the days of Simon and Garfunkel had ended, Paul Simon put out several hit albums and continues to put out successful music today. For many fans, his greatest achievement is Graceland, an album which weaves American folk music together  with several South African styles. It was created in the time of apartheid in South Africa which for many around the world was utterly unacceptable.

Jan 21 2021 · 1hr 32mins
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Repassez-moi l'standard... "Bridge Over Troubled Water" composé par Paul Simon (1970)

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durée : 00:58:09 - "Bridge over Troubled Water" (Paul Simon) (1970) - par : Laurent Valero - "C’est l’album et la chanson qui va à la fois amener ce duo au sommet absolu de la gloire avec 6 Grammy Awards en 1971, et inaugurer la rupture professionnelle entre Paul et Arthur. Dans l’album de 1969 Garfunkel chante seul une grande partie, avant d’être rejoint par Paul Simon." Laurent Valero - réalisé par : Patrick Lérisset
Jan 17 2021 · 58mins

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Repassez-moi l'standard... "Bridge Over Troubled Water" composé par Paul Simon (1970)

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durée : 00:58:09 - "Bridge over Troubled Water" (Paul Simon) (1970) - par : Laurent Valero - "C’est l’album et la chanson qui va à la fois amener ce duo au sommet absolu de la gloire avec 6 Grammy Awards en 1971, et inaugurer la rupture professionnelle entre Paul et Arthur. Dans l’album de 1969 Garfunkel chante seul une grande partie, avant d’être rejoint par Paul Simon." Laurent Valero - réalisé par : Patrick Lérisset
Jan 17 2021 · 58mins
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Paul Simon, STUFF & Kira Lynn Cain (Season Three-The Appening-039-December 9, 2020)

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Boundaries and thresholds are on the agenda as ANDRAS JONES engages The Pop Oracle with a question inspired by this week's episode of THE WORLD IS WRONG podcast about Paul Simon's "One Trick Pony" film from 1980. Along the way there's music from KIRA LYNN CAIN, MYRA FLYNN, ABBY WEEMS & CAROLINE KEYS.

THE WORLD IS WRONG podcast:
https://www.theworldiswrongpodcast.com/

Featuring:
The Radio8Ball Theme Song
performed by
MYRA FLYNN

The Pop Oracle Song of The Day
for December 9, 2020:
"Threshold" by MYRA FLYNN
http://www.radio8ball.com/song-of-the-day/december-9-2020/

The FULL Myra Flynn episode
from September 30th, 2018

The Attic Expeditions from Severin Films:
https://severin-films.com/shop/attic-expeditions-le-blu

Featured Music:
"Good" by KIRA LYNN CAIN
"Creeper Weed" by ABBY WEEMS
"A Grainy Taste" by CAROLINE KEYS

Double Naught Spy Car provides the musical bed with
“The Mooche” by Duke Ellington
&
“In Walked Bud, Out Walked Bud” by Thelonious Monk

Thanks to Alan Green for “special projects”.
Graphics by Tony Householder

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Dec 13 2020 · 40mins
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337. Sodajerker on Paul Simon 'Still Crazy After All These Years' (1975)

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Today I’m joined by songwriting duo and hosts of the brilliant Sodajerker on Songwriting podcast, Simon Barber and Brian O’Connor, to talk about Paul Simon’s classic middle-aged divorcee record Still Crazy After All These Years. We talk about how the album reflects an ‘adult’ approach in subject matter and composition, how aspects of it reveal more as the listener ages, the balance between specificity in Simon’s lyrics but still leaving a place for the listener to find themselves in the song, whether drummer Steve Gadd deserves a writing credit on 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, whether the Simon and Garfunkel reunion song My Little Town fits in the flow of the record and Simon and Brian reflect on their experience interviewing Paul Simon for their podcast.

Nov 25 2020 · 43mins
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What Madonna and Paul Simon can teach us about Thriving in a crisis

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Dave Vasko, Rockwell Automation Director of Advanced Technology speaks with Katie Martel about how some manufacturers are reinventing themselves and thriving at the same time other are closing their doors.

We see companies everyday announce that they are closing. Some of these companies were probably going to close anyway and the crisis accelerated their demise. Others are thriving and doubling, tripling or even at 500% production prior to COVID. Sometimes we see both behaviors in the same industry. In Wisconsin I see restaurants closing at the same time others have long lines for carryout on Friday Fish Fries. The difference is, just like Madonna and Paul Simon, some businesses can reinvent themselves.
Nov 17 2020 ·
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Episode 63: Charles Grodin/Paul Simon (Oct. 29, 1977)

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Our ol' chum William Ham drops by the show to discuss one of the most gleefully meta episodes of the show, one that is STILL somehow confused to be actually real events. Gilda also debuts two of her most fondly remembered characters: Judy Miller and Roseanne Roseannadanna.

Oct 30 2020 · 1hr 44mins
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Chapter 02: Is it Wrong Not to Help? Read by Paul Simon.

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In chapter 2–narrated by award-winning singer-songwriter Paul Simon– Professor Peter Singer asks how far our moral obligation to help those living in poverty extends. Reflecting upon traditional views on helping the poor, he argues that there is nothing new in the idea that each of us has a strong moral obligation to help those in need.   

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Oct 04 2020 · 21mins
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Episode Five: Paul Simon - Surprise (w/ Tim Heidecker)

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In Episode Five, the gang is joined by special guest Tim Heidecker, and the hosts go deep on Paul Simon's 'Surprise,' a 2006 collaboration with Brian Eno that dressed up his classic folk-pop songwriting as slick electronica, adding breakbeats and synthesizers to musings about spirituality, aging, and the afterlife. We also discuss Tim's new album Fear of Death, and the ways that Simon has influenced his own songwriting.


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Sep 17 2020 · 50mins
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Oh Jeremiah Talks about Paul Simon, Middleditch and Schwartz, and Zelda.

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This week on the podcast, we discuss the hero, the legend, the top of the top: Paul Simon! We also talk about our love of the improv comedy duo Middleditch and Schwartz, as well as Jeremiah's childhood love of Zelda and how he wants to relax more. We also talk about old lady pajamas, film cameras, and feeling the pressure of being productive all the time.

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Aug 12 2020 · 1hr 12mins
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