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Published on May 4, 2011
Paul Simon's "Stranded in a Limousine" from his 1977 album "Greatest Hits, Etc".
Greatest Hits, Etc. is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Paul Simon, released in November 1977 by Columbia Records. It was his first compilation, spanning the first six years of his solo career. Its release was prompted by the facts that two years after his last studio album, Simon didn't yet have enough material to release a new full-length album, and his contract with Columbia was finished but a new album was needed to fulfill it. Simon later signed with Warner Bros. Records. The album was initially supposed to be called Blatant Greatest Hits. The album included two new songs: the smooth ballad "Slip Slidin' Away", a US Top-5 hit previously considered for the album Still Crazy After All These Years, and the upbeat "Stranded in a Limousine", which failed to chart in the US. "Slip Slidin' Away" was not available in any other album until 1988's Negotiations and Love Songs and "Stranded in a Limousine" was added as a bonus track on the CD reissue of Simon's One Trick Pony album.