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[breadcrumb] Simon and Garfunkel were one of the most popular folk performers in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s.  Known for their great songwriting and exceptional vocal harmonies, they transcended the folk scene to achieve pop and rock stardom.  Here is the Simon and Garfunkel singles discography.

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Simon and Garfunkel Singles Discography

Songwriting and Production

Garfunkel – Art Garfunkel
Simon – Paul Simon

Big 613
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 23 Dec. 1957, peak – 49, stay – 9 weeks
Producer not listed
A.  Hey, Schoolgirl – 2:15 – Garfunkel, Simon
B.  Dancin’ Wild – 2:17 – Garfunkel, Simon
Shown as by Tom and Jerry
Note:  Later issues show songwriting credits as Tommy Graph and Lerry Landis

Big 616
Mar. 1958
Producer not listed
A.  Our Song – 2:25 – Tommy Graph and Jerry Landis
B.  Two Teen-agers – 2:25 – Rose Marie McCoy
Shown as by Tom and Jerry

Big 618
May 1958
Producer not listed
A.  That’s My Story – 2:32 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
B.  (Pretty Baby) Don’t Say Goodbye – 2:00 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
Shown as by Tom and Jerry

Hunt 319
June 1958
Producer not listed
A.  That’s My Story – 2:32 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
B.  (Pretty Baby) Don’t Say Goodbye – 2:00 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
Shown as by Tom and Jerry

King 613
Dec. 1958
Producer not listed
A.  Hey, Schoolgirl – 2:15 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
B.  Dancin’ Wild – 2:17 – Tom Graph, Jerry Landis
Shown as by Tom and Jerry

Columbia 4-43396
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Nov. 1965, peak – 1 (2 weeks), stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Tom Wilson
A.  The Sounds Of Silence – 3:05 – Simon
B.  We’ve Got A Groovey Thing Goin’ – 1:55 – Simon

Columbia 4-43511
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Feb. 1966, peak – 5, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston
A.  Homeward Bound – 2:27 – Simon
B.  Leaves That Are Green – 2:21 – Simon

ABC 45-10788
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 23 Apr. 1966, peak – 123, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Sid Prosen
A.  That’s My Story – 2:33 – Simon, Garfunkel
B.  (Uncle Simon’s) Tia-Juana Blues – 2:32 – Sidney Prosen, Lou Simon
Shown as by Paul Simon And Arthur Garfunkel (A-side), Paul Simon And Lou Simon And The Ace Trumpets (B-side)
Note:  Some copies misspell Garfunkel as Carfunkel
Note:  A-side is same track as found on Big 618 and Hunt 319, shown as by Tom and Jerry

Columbia 4-43617
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 May 1966, peak – 3, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston
A.  I Am A Rock – 2:48 – Simon
B.  Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall – 2:09 – Simon

Columbia 4-43728
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 6 Aug. 1966, peak – 25, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston
A.  The Dangling Conversation – 2:35 – Simon
B.  The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine – 2:40 – Simon

Columbia 4-43873
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 5 Nov. 1966, peak – 13, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston
A.  A Hazy Shade Of Winter – 2:15 – Simon
B.  For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her – 2:04 – Simon

Columbia 4-44046
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Mar. 1967, peak – 16, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston, Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel
A.  At The Zoo – 2:11 – Simon
B.  The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy) – 1:43 – Simon

Columbia 4-44232
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Jul. 1967, peak – 23, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by John Simon
A.  Fakin’ It – 2:74 – Simon
B.  You Don’t Know Where Your Interest Lies – 2:20 – Simon
Note:  The timing on the A-side is as shown on the label.  The actual timing is 3:14.

Columbia 4-44465
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 2 Mar. 1968, peak – 11, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Bob Johnston
A.  Scarborough Fair (/Canticle) – 3:08 – Simon, Garfunkel
B.  April Come She Will – 1:49 – Simon

Columbia 4-44511
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 27 Apr. 1968, peak – 1 (3 weeks), stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  Mrs. Robinson – 3:39 – Simon
B.  Old Friends / Bookends – 3:55 – Simon

Columbia 4-44785
Billboard Hot 100:
A-side:  entry – 12 Apr. 1969, peak – 7, stay – 10 weeks
B-side:  entry – 12 Apr. 1969, peak – 101, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  The Boxer – 5:10 – Simon
B.  Baby Driver – 3:13 – Simon

Columbia 4-45079
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Feb. 1970, peak – 1 (6 weeks), stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  Bridge Over Troubled Water – 4:55 – Simon
B.  Keep The Customer Satisfied – 2:33 – Simon

Columbia 4-45133
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 11 Apr. 1970, peak – 4, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  Cecilia – 2:40 – Simon
B.  The Only Living Boy In New York – 3:59 – Simon

Columbia 4-45237
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Sep. 1970, peak – 18, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  El Condor Pasa – 3:06 – Simon
B.  Why Don’t You Write Me – 2:45 – Simon

Columbia 4-45663
Billboard Hot 100:
A-side:  entry – 2 Sep. 1972, peak – 53, stay – 7 weeks
B-side:  entry – 25 Nov. 1972, peak – 97, stay – 2 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Arthur Garfunkel, Roy Halee
A.  For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her – 2:25 – Simon
B.  America – 3:23 – Simon

Columbia 3-10230
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Oct. 1975, peak – 9, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, Phil Ramone (A-side), Richard Perry (B1-side), Paul Simon, Phil Ramone (B2-side)
A.  My Little Town – 3:52 – Simon
B1.  Rag Doll – 3:04 – Steve Eaton
B2.  You’re Kind – 3:23 – Simon
Shown as by Simon And Garfunkel (A-side), Art Garfunkel (B1-side), Paul Simon (B2-side)

Warner Bros. WBS50053
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Apr. 1982, peak – 27, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, Phil Ramone, Roy Halee
A.  Wake Up Little Susie – 2:20 – Boudleaux Bryant, Felice Bryant
B.  Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard – 3:11 – Simon

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Simon and Garfunkel Singles Discography

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