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6 records found for The Sound Of Silence.
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Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" CS 1965 Country of origin: UK UK - Decca - F 12306 - demo copy - ultra rare Rupert Hine debut single from 1965 - personnel included a young Jimmy Page, Herbie Flowers on bass and a 26-piece orchestra - in the early sixties, Rupert and David used to perform in pubs and clubs where the then relatively unknown Paul Simon would also play. Both versions of 'The Sound Of Silence' were released in England at the same time. Neither of them sold more than 2,000 copies (Simon only later became famous with this song thanks to Dylan's producer Bob Johnstone who added electric guitars, bass and drums to the track)
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Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" CS 1965 Country of origin: UK UK - Decca - F 12306 - stock copy - ultra rare Rupert Hine debut single from 1965 - personnel included a young Jimmy Page, Herbie Flowers on bass and a 26-piece orchestra - in the early sixties, Rupert and David used to perform in pubs and clubs where the then relatively unknown Paul Simon would also play. Both versions of 'The Sound Of Silence' were released in England at the same time. Neither of them sold more than 2,000 copies (Simon only later became famous with this song thanks to Dylan's producer Bob Johnstone who added electric guitars, bass and drums to the track)
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Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" CS 1965 Country of origin: UK UK - Decca - F 12306 - demo copy w/ blank B-side
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Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" CS 1965 Country of origin: France France - Decca - 72.065 - promo 'jukebox' black labels - distributed into a Decca orange & black company sleeve - matrix: DR 37109 B1 / DR 37110 B1 - B-side miscredited to 'Mine - Robuson'!
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Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" 1965 Country of origin: UK UK - Decca - F 12306 - Emidisc 1-sided acetate Select this item
Rupert and David (Rupert Hine) The Sound of Silence view picture(s) 7" 1965 Country of origin: UK UK - Decca - F 12306 - advance test pressing - ultra rare test pressing of the Rupert Hine debut single from 1965 - personnel included a young Jimmy Page, Herbie Flowers on bass and a 26-piece orchestra - in the early sixties, Rupert and David used to perform in pubs and clubs where the then relatively unknown Paul Simon would also play. Both versions of 'The Sound Of Silence' were released in England at the same time. Neither of them sold more than 2,000 copies (Simon only later became famous with this song thanks to Dylan's producer Bob Johnstone who added electric guitars, bass and drums to the track)
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