Paul Simon 1980 gig for DVD release

'Live From Philadelphia' comes out next month

Paul Simon 1980 gig for DVD release
A DVD of a 1980 Paul Simon concert is set to be released next month, with pre-order starting on November 5.

‘Paul Simon, Live From Philadelphia’ features the legendary American singer songwriter performing at the Tower Theatre, making his way through an 11-song set that lasts just under an hour.

The DVD features Simon performing both solo material and Simon & Garfunkel tracks including ‘Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard’, ‘The Boxer’ and ‘The Sound Of Silence’.

Simon’s backing band for the show was made up of drummer Steve Gadd, bassist Tony Levin, pianist Richard Tee and guitarist Eric Gale.

The DVD tracklisting is:

‘Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard’
‘Still Crazy After All These Years’
‘Ace In The Hole’
‘Something So Right’
‘One-Trick Pony’
‘50 Ways To Leave Your Lover’
‘Late In The Evening’
‘American Tune’
‘The Boxer’
‘The Sound Of Silence’

'Live From Philadelphia' comes out on November 25.

--By our New York staff.
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