simon and garfunkel cecilia live 2008

"Local Natives: Daytrotter Session recorded Jul 29, 2009".
In doing so, they were able to synchronize their live rhythm with the reverberating sound on the recording.
In 2009, Indie rock band Local Natives covered the song.
Zimbabwe: singles chart book." Simon Garfunkel Cecilia" (in German)."British single certifications Suggs Cecilia".On the, cash Box, top 100, it reached number one.If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Single, then click search "Official Singles Chart Top 100".1 The duo later recorded additional elements of the song at Columbia Records' Gower Street location in Hollywood, typically used for string section recording.Enter Cecilia in the search field and then press Enter.Simon found a section, the length of shortly over a minute, that he felt had a nice groove.The Coolies cover it on their 1986 album dig.?, along with eight other tongue-in-cheek covers of Simon Garfunkel classics.The No Fact Zone.Ö3 Austria Top.Cecilia." Release edit Simon Garfunkel initially imagined "Cecilia" to be the first real single from Bridge over Troubled Water, following an early release of " The Boxer " in April 1969.12 In 2014, The Vamps ' debut album, Meet The Vamps, featured an adaptation of the song as " Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart) ".Kimberley, 2000 David Kent's "Australian Chart Book " Archived March 5, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.

Switzerland and, belgium, where it peaked at number three.Suggs, whose version featured the ragga duo, Louchie Lou Michie One and reached number four in the United Kingdom in 1996.Archived from the original.1 In 2008, Stephen Colbert facetiously asked Simon why the narrator of the song would need to get up and wash his face after making love."Cash Box YE Pop Singles - 1970".Simon later wrote the song's guitar line and lyrics on the subject of an untrustworthy lover.9 In 1971, a cover version was released by Motown's Smokey Robinson and The Miracles' album One Dozen Roses." Nederlandse Top 40 week 22, 1970 " (in Dutch).Written by, paul Simon, the song's origins lie in a late-night party, in which the duo and friends began banging on a piano bench.