31.08.10 by Jeff

Berkeley Girl

“Berkeley Girl”, by Harper Simon. An old-fashioned love song directed by Benjamin Kutsko, and featuring Jena Malone. This is an 8mm beauty!

Harper Simon Berkeley Girl featuring Jena Malone

Watch the music video below!


Harper Simon Berkeley Girl featuring Jena Malone













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Parker

    Fucken A.

  • This screams of Simon and Garfunkel. Just looked him up, turns out Harper is Paul Simon’s son.

    • i thought the exact same thing!!! totally not surprised its his son

  • Eric

    Even more interesting is that this is his first album. He was born in 1972!

    How do you go so long not making an album when your dad is Paul Simon!

    • maybe that’s exactly why you wait!

  • Agreed…..also. Isn’t that the girl from Donnie Darko all growns up? quite pretty.

  • Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme

    You can find yourself in a sweet gentle dream. Melancholy and nostalgia. There is definitely resemblance to Simon and Garfunkel times. Wonderful figurative language. Beloved ones are forever with you, they characterised your life, so this is never over.

    The video represents more complacent times, people had time to breath.
    Innocence, vulnerability and genuineness are reflected in this song. The close shots are great and the nature scenery is lovely. As Jena Malone- beautiful inside and out.





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