Art Garfunkel facts for kids
Art Garfunkel (born November 5, 1941) is an American singer of Jewish descent. Along with Paul Simon, he was part of the duo Simon and Garfunkel, a popular group in the 1960s and early 1970s. After that, he made several solo albums. He has also acted in a few movies.
- The Animal's Christmas - (1986) with Amy Grant, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Kings College School Choir, songs by Jimmy Webb.
- Angel Clare, (1973)
- Breakaway, (1975)
- Watermark, (1978)
- Fate For Breakfast, (1979)
- Scissors Cut, (1981)
- The Art Garfunkel Album, (1984)
- Garfunkel, (1988)
- Lefty, (1988)
- Up 'Til Now, (1993)
- Across America, (1996)
- Songs From A Parent To A Child, (1997)
- The Best of Art Garfunkel, (1998)
- Everything Waits To Be Noticed, (2002)
- Some Enchanted Evening, (2007)
- Catch-22, (1970), directed by Mike Nichols, with Alan Arkin, Orson Wells, Martin Sheen, Anthony Perkins, Martin Balsam and Jon Voight.
- Carnal Knowledge, (1971), directed by Mike Nichols, with Jack Nicholson.
- Bad Timing - A Sensual Obsession, (1980), by Nicholas Roeg, with Theresa Russell and Harvey Keitel.
- Good to Go, also called Short Fuse, (1986), by Blaine Novak.
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