Art Garfunkel

Art Garfunkel

folk, singer-songwriter, pop, 70s, rock

Art Garfunkel (born Arthur Ira Garfunkel on 5 November 1941 in Forest Hills, Queens, NYC, USA) is an American singer and actor, best known as half of the folk duo Simon & Garfunkel. He is of Romanian Jewish ancestry. He met his future singing partner, Paul Simon, in the sixth grade. Between 1956 and 1962, the two had performed together as Tom & Jerry. Garfunkel ("Tom Graph") chose his nickname because he liked to track, or "graph" hits, on the pop charts.

The Animals' Christmas [1986]
  • 1. The Creatures Of The Field (2:31)
  • 2. Just A Simple Little Tune (2:54)
  • 3. The Decree (3:25)
  • 4. Incredible Phat (4:56)
  • 5. The Friendly Beasts (3:23)
  • 6. The Song Of The Camels (2:44)
  • 7. Words From An Old Spanish Carol (3:43)
  • 8. Carol Of The Birds (1:58)
  • 9. the frog (5:15)
  • 10. Herod (4:20)
  • 11. Wild Geese (3:32)