In a career dating back to the 1950s, Paul Simon established himself among the best and most popular songwriters of the rock era. From the mid- to late '60s he and Art Garfunkel were one of the most successful acts in pop music. His 1975 solo album, Still Crazy After All These Years topped the charts, won the Grammy for Album of the Year, and included the number one hit "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover." During the mid-'80s, he became interested in South African music, resulting in Graceland: his biggest-selling solo album and another Album of the Year Grammy winner. ~ William Ruhlmann
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