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DVD Review, Video: ‘Paul Simon and Friends’ a Riveting Tribute to Legendary Musician

Paul Simon and Friends

CHICAGO – There are dozens of concert films and music DVDs out there. Most of them are interchangeable collector’s items made almost solely for diehard fans of the band or artist. Very few transcend the limitations of their sub-genre to become more than a mild diversion. “Paul Simon and Friends” is one of those very few.

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