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I read an interview with Simon in a music magazine...

...this was after the CD era started. He bitterly complained about the poor condition of his master tapes, that Columbia just didn't care about the tapes and took no steps to preserve them.
Which, from Columbia's point of view, was understandable. The music was just product, nobody ever expected it to be obsessed over 40 years later.
I've got a two-eye Bookends and it's outstanding. So are the first two Simon solo LPs. Can't vouch for Still Crazy because I'm not crazy about that record and have only played it once. Years ago.
Graceland and Rhythm of the Saints weren't on Columbia and both records were digitally-mastered to begin with.

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