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1
Mother and Child Reunion
00:03:09

Cissy Houston, Vocal - Jackie Jackson, Bass - Rennelle Stafford, Vocal - Roy Halee, Producer - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Denzil Laing, Percussion - Hux Brown, Guitar - Neville Hinds, Organ - Deirdre Tuck, Vocal - Winston Grennan, Drums - Wallace Wilson, Guitar - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Producer - Von Eva Sims, Vocal

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Duncan
00:04:43

Los Incas, Performer - Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Everything Put Together Falls Apart
00:02:01

Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer - Larry Knetchel, Performer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Run That Body Down
00:03:54

Mike Manieri, Vibraphone - Jerry Hahn, Electric Guitar - Ron Carter, Bass - Roy Halee, Producer - Hal Blaine, Drums - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer - David Spinozza, Guitar

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Armistice Day
00:03:57

Jerry Hahn, Electric Guitar - Fred Lipsius, Horns - Airto Moreira, Percussion - John Schroer, Horns - Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
00:02:44

Russell George, Bass - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Roy Halee, Producer - David Spinozza, Guitar - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Peace Like a River
00:03:23

Victor Montanez, Drums - Joe Osborn, Bass - Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Papa Hobo
00:02:35

Charlie McCoy, Harmonica - Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer - Larry Knechtel, Harmonium

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Hobo's Blues
00:01:20

Stephanie Grappelli, Violin - Stephanie Grappelli, Composer - Roy Halee, Producer - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Paranoia Blues
00:02:58

Steve Turre, Horns - Stefan Grossman, Guitar - John Schroer, Horns - Roy Halee, Producer - Hal Blaine, Drums - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Percussion - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Congratulations
00:03:51

Joe Osborn, Bass - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Roy Halee, Producer - Hal Blaine, Drums - Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Demo - San Francisco 2/71) (Previously Unissued)
00:02:29

Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

13
Duncan (Demo - San Francisco 2/71) (Previously Unissued)
00:02:48

Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

14
Paranoia Blues (Unreleased Version) (Previously Unissued)
00:03:14

Paul Simon, Performer - Paul Simon, Composer - Paul Simon, Producer

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

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