Friday, March 09, 2007

SACRELIGE #4 Simon & Garfunkel Satire


"Hello darkness, my old friend."

A message left by Art Garfunkel on Paul Simon's answering machine? For those who continue to continue to pretend that friendships never end, and that flowers never bend with the rainfall, I suggest you NOT download this celebration of Simon hating Garfunkel and vice versa.

Those mature enough to realize that often the only thing that keeps a relationship going is a mutual need to make a little cash, here's hoping you'll like "Here's Hoping." It was performed on England's "Not the 9 O'Clock News," about 25 years ago. At the time, Paul and Artie were tolerating each other for a tour, which wasn't helped by a British TV interviewer asking Garfunkel about all those great songs he wrote. That's probably why this satire has Paul very prominently declaring HE wrote all the material.

ILLFOLKS declares that the Photoshop job on the picture above is also satire.

Simon and Garfunkel created some great songs together. Their solo work can be enjoyed at home or while exercising in Paul-Artie's classes. So at the illfolks blog, the joke is on those who still don't get it; people will grow, mature, and sometimes start disliking and avoiding each other. Call it a'pauling, or art-istic, but it happens, and here's some fun over the feud...

Instant download: Simon and Garfunkel HERE'S HOPING

4 comments:

Elaine said...

I've always loved a headline I once saw in Rolling Stone in regard to these legends - "It's Paul, but is it Art."

That wordplay has great mental chimes in it for many of us.

This sounds like it will be fun!

Elaine

Elaine said...

Just mentally add the question mark -

The Mysterian

Anonymous said...

It's Rhymin' Simon,
but what rhymes with Garfunkel?
Carbuncle?

Ill Folks said...

Thanks Elaine!

As for rhymes for Garfunkel, just rhyme art, but be careful.