Monday, March 9, 2009

One Word: Plastics - The Graduate and Simon and Garfunkel

Today I actually heard Mrs. Robinson twice on the radio, so I am listening to god's sign to spread the word....

The Graduate was the definitive movie about young adult malaise and decision making. It is a must see and a classic.

As for Simon and Garfunkel, they wrote Mrs. Robinson for the film, and indeed all of their music is amazing, I recommend buying them all - they define studio albums at their best. You can listen to some of the tracks here.

Here are their albums in order:

1964: Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.
1966: Sounds of Silence
1966: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
1968: Bookends
1970: Bridge over Troubled Water

1 comment:

alien's co-pilot said...

Great music Michelle!
Maybe the message in the music was time to find that sweet young thing and teach him a few things! :)
20th year reunion coming up!!