Simon and Garfunkel Documentary Screening This Week

On Thursday, March 3, The Harmony Game: The Making of Bridge Over Troubled Water will be screening at 7 p.m. at the Galaxy 14 Cine in Chesterfield Valley. The documentary focuses on the genesis and aftermath of Simon and Garfunkel's iconic album of the same name, and has interviews with Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel and of-the-time collaborators such as co-producer/engineer Roy Halee, drummer Hal
Blaine, arranger Jimmie Haskell and manager Mort Lewis. Tickets are $7.50 and are available online at and at the theater.

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The “Bridge Over Troubled Water” album was the last and best of this great duo. Every song on it is memorable.

I recently posted on my Rockaeology blog at the story behind the title track. The song’s title has its roots in gospel music. Performing “Mary Don’t You Weep” with the Swan Silvertones in 1958, Claude Jeter sang, “I’ll be a bridge over deep water if you trust in my name.” “Bridge” was written with Garfunkel in mind as the lead, but Simon came to regret the decision to give the song to Artie.


Funny Paul should regret giving Art this song...Art got shafted in the song split, IMO.

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