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On this day in music history: August 6, 1980 - “Late In The Evening” by Paul Simon is released. Written by Paul Simon, it is the sixteenth solo single for the singer, songwriter and musician from Queens, NY. The latin flavored “Late In The Evening”, is issued as the first single from the soundtrack to his first starring role in the film “One Trick Pony”. The plot (based on both true life experiences and dramatic fictionalization) centers around Simon, portraying a once popular musician on the down side of his career, looking to make a comeback. The song and soundtrack album features instrumental backing by the Jazz/Funk band Stuff. The film and the accompanying soundtrack album actually feature different versions of the same material. “Late In The Evening” features musicians Steve Gadd (drums), Eric Gale, Hiram Bullock (guitars), Tony Levin (bass), Richard Tee (keyboards), Ralph MacDonald (percussion), Michael Brecker, David Sanborn (saxophones), Jon Faddis (flugelhorn), Randy Brecker, Marvin Stamm (trumpets), Patti Austin and Lani Groves (background vocals). “Late In The Evening” peaks at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 27, 1980, and also receiving a Grammy Nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male in 1981.

I got tagged in this post about how does sleeping with a centaur work, and I felt compelled to doodle a thing.

I guess it depends on your centaur, but in the world of Simon’s zoo, it’s less about getting crushed to death while you sleep, and more about how many hooves are you sleeping on at any given night. 

If you don’t appreciate me when I’m wearing dirty breeches, smelly collared shirts, and muddy boots, you don’t deserve me in my sexy dress and heels.

And you sure as hell don’t deserve me when I’m not wearing anything.