The Simon Sisters were Carly Simon and Lucy Simon, who like a duo made several obscure folky albums in the 1960s, predating Carly Simon’s rise to popularity like a star singer/songwriter. Within the middle-’60s they documented several albums for Kapp in a nice if barely innovative pop-flavored folk design, with limited coffeehouse harmonies in the way of Peter, Paul & Mary and early Simon & Garfunkel. One particular recordings, “Winken, Blinken and Nod,” was a little hit single, and even though they did create some original materials, a lot of their documented repertoire contains covers of modern and traditional folk tunes. In the second option area of the 1960s Lucy Simon got wedded as well as the act split up, Carly Simon needless to say going solo. Nevertheless, Lucy continued to create, and in 1969 the Simon Sisters documented a children’s recording for Columbia, The Simon Sisters Sing the Lobster Quadrille along with other Songs for Kids, consisting of traditional poems arranged to music by Lucy Simon. Not so much like Carly Simon’s well-known single work, and fairly difficult to find, the Simon Sisters’ albums consist of reputable folk and light folk-rock, well worth hearing both by dedicated Carly Simon followers and intense folk-rock followers in general.