So far this week I’ve covered my favorite 2015 films and TV shows, and today I’m focusing on the best performances.
I’ll hand out my personal Oscars for the year’s best lead and supporting turns, on both the big and small screen.
Simon & Garfunkel’s third album, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, was recorded and released in 1966, the same year that Sounds of Silence introduced their sound to a large audience.
The new album, their third, was even more successful than its predecessor, achieving triple platinum status and sending three singles up the charts.
One was the duo’s rendition of the classic folk tune ‘Scarborough Fair,’ blended with a counter melody inspired by Simon’s solo track ‘The Side of a Hill.’