2.Gone at Last
4.50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
5.The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff) *
Many Rivers to Cross (Jimmy Cliff) *
6.Vietnam (with Jimmy Cliff)
7.Mother and Child Reunion (with Jimmy Cliff)
8.That Was Your Mother
9.Hearts and Bones / Mystery Train / Wheels
10.Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
11.Slip Slidin Away
12.The Obvious Child
13.Homeless (with Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
14.Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes (with Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
15.I Know What I Know
16.The Boy in the Bubble
17.Crazy Love, Vol. II
19.Under African Skies (with Thandiswa Mazwai)
21.You Can Call Me Al
22.The Sound of Silence
23.The Boxer (with Jerry Douglas)
24.Late in the Evening
25.Still Crazy After All These Years
*Only Appears on the Blu-ray
On July 15, 2012, Paul Simon and his band were joined by the original Graceland musicians and special guests to headline the closing night of the Hard Rock Calling Festival in London with a three-hour set that The Guardian declared, "One of the landmark concerts of his career." The Daily Telegraph wrote, The night was a chance for those of us who grew up listening to Paul Simon to congregate, commune and be reminded again of musics ability to transport us to a land of grace.
Available for the first time ever, Paul Simon - The Concert in Hyde Park chronicles the legendary artist's historic concert at the 2012 Hard Rock Calling Festival with an epic career-spanning set including Simons most enduring hits (Kodachrome, Graceland, Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover), fan favorites, and two Simon & Garfunkel classics.
The concert features a reunion with the original Graceland musicians on the Grammy-winning albums 25th anniversary, including Hugh Masekela and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, as well as a surprise appearance from reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, performing his original songs The Harder They Come and Many Rivers to Cross, and a duet with Cliff and Simon on Vietnam and Mother and Child Reunion.
Both immediate and retrospective, Paul Simon - The Concert in Hyde Park travels across six decades of the artist's famous and timeless songbook, from Simon & Garfunkel, through 2011s critically-acclaimed album, So Beautiful or So What.