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Simon & Garfunkel - Cecilia / El Condor Pasa (Vinyl)

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  1. Simon and Garfunkel - Simon And Garfunkel LP Bridge Over Troubled Water (SGBTTWO) - Columbia Records - Near Mint Vinyl - "The Boxer" "Cecilia" "El Condor Pasa" - placexratechcontlincietertenopafor.coinfo Music Skip to main content5/5(1).
  2. LP Simon & Garfunkel / Bridge Over Troubled Water (g) - Build your vinyl music collection with Ortons Audio Visual Online and our Northampton store.
  3. El Condor Pasa Arranged By [Arrangement Of 18th Century Peruvian Folk Melody By] – Jorge Milchberg Lyrics By [English Lyric By] – Paul Simon Performer [Instrumental Track By] – Los Incas: A3: Cecilia: A4: Keep The Customer Satisfied: A5: So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright: B1: The Boxer: B2: Baby Driver: B3 4/5(1).
  4. Simon & Garfunkel - El Condor Pasa: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: El Condor Pasa: B: Why Don't You Write Me: * Items below may differ depending on the release. Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num.
  5. SIMON & GARFUNKEL - You get two 45 rpm singles with hits from 1. Cecilia/The Only Living Boy In New York, Columbia Vinyl Condition: VG- (Less than Very Good). 2. El Condor Pasa/Why Don't You Write Me. Columbia Vinyl condition: VG+ (Better than Very Good). Writing on one label placexratechcontlincietertenopafor.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cecilia / El Condor Pasa on Discogs. Label: CBS - • Format: Vinyl 7 Simon & Garfunkel - Cecilia / El Condor Pasa (, Vinyl 5/5(4).
  7. Info from centre labels: ℗ Made in Holland From the CBS Album S "Bridge Over Troubled Water" From sleeve: Printed in Holland Slightly different label and credits as: Simon And Garfunkel* - El Condor Pasa There exits Dutch back sleeve variant Simon And Garfunkel* - El Condor Pasa/5(17).
  8. " Cecilia " is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel, released in April as the third single from the group's fifth studio album, Bridge over Troubled Water (). 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.

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