Rhythm rules music over melody in Simon's latest
'So Beautiful or So What' Paul Simon's 'So Beautiful or So What' review: Rhythm has come to rule music over melody Jim Farber Tuesday, April 5th 2011, 4:00 AM Paul Simon's latest album, 'So Beautiful or So What,' drowns out melody with too much rhythm.
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#1 Apr 5, 2011
So what else is new? This guys career started fading in 1973. Usually when small white men start using African rhythm's they are out of ideas. For proof, see Phil Collins. In Simon's case, this started with Graceland, a couple of decades ago.
#2 Aug 26, 2011
Paul Simon's talent and lyrics will never fade. He simply is too melodious and his lyrics too meaningful to be appreciated in the era of rap and other crap.
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