A month after its US release, Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon And Garfunkel began its domination of the UK album chart, going straight to number 1 where it stayed for 13 weeks. The biggest selling album in both 1970 and 1971 would remain on the chart for almost 6 years and sell in excess of 25 million worldwide. Recorded in November 1969 as the personal relationship between the duo disintegrated, the album would be the fifth and final studio album for one of the biggest acts of the sixties and seventies. Simon's irritation that Garfunkel took time off to film Catch 22 in Mexico didn't help and the pair also clashed over the inclusion of Cuba Si, Nixon No which the the latter didn't want on the album. The album was produced by the duo and Roy Halee and ran for a little over 37 minutes. The title track reached number 1 in the UK singles chart. The Boxer charted twice, reaching number 6 in late 1969 and for just 1 week on its re-issue in 1992 (at number 75!). However, many of the tracks entered the common consciousness - El Condor Pasa (If I Could), Cecilia, Keep The Customer Satisfied and Baby Driver. The cover of The Everley Brothers' Bye Bye Love is considered by many to be better than the original. The album won six Grammy's at the 1971 awards including Best Song for Bridge Over Troubled Water and Best Album.