Art Garfunkel – caught reading

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It seems that Art Garfunkel is a voracious reader. Maybe that’s why the duo (Simon and Garfunkel) broke up

Britannica blog post caught my eye.

Released in mid-February 1970, “Bridge Over Troubled Water” quickly charted, and it just as quickly became a staple of all manner of rites of passage. The title was prophetic, for the waters around the duo were troubled indeed, and they broke up shortly after the album by that title was released. Now approaching 70, however, the two seem to have set aside some of the old asperity, as witness their wonderful performance at last October’s concert commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

If you’d like to see Art Garfunkel’s favourite books, click here. This is really a comprehensive list of classics.

If you’re brave enough to browse through all the books he’s read, click here.

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