Still Crazy After All These Years

The album cover for Paul’s fourth solo album “Still Crazy After All These Years” was photographed by Edie Baskin, who was dating Simon at the time. That’s Paul standing on a fire escape at the southern end of Crosby Street just north of where it meets Howard Street in the Soho neighborhood of New York.

The album was released by Columbia Records on October 25, 1975 and won two Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in 1976.

Although Simon sang most of the songs, Art Garfunkel provided the vocals for “Still Crazy After All These Years” which can also be found on Garfunkel’s second studio solo album “Breakaway” also released by Columbia on October 14, 1975.

Tracks:

Side One:
Still Crazy After All These Years
My Little Town
I Do It for Your Love
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
Night Game

Side Two;
Gone at Last
Some Folks’ Lives Roll Easy
Have a Good Time
You’re Kind
Silent Eyes

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