Paul Simon says it's unlikely that he and Art Garfunkel will ever record another album. Though the duo have performed together regularly over the last several decades their last studio release was the landmark 1970 album Bridge Over Troubled Water.
Speaking with the BBC, Simon says that Art's vocal problems are the first hurdle, but he would also "just as soon not go back and visit the past." He also spoke on his famed solo release Graceland and the controversial decision to break the cultural embargo against South Africa's racist Apartheid government.
"As for regrets, no I don't have any regrets because it's a happy ending. Would I have done things differently? Perhaps. If anybody had come to me and said, during the recording or in the 16 months between the recording and the release of the record anybody from the ANC had come and said 'we don't want you to do this', or 'we wish you would make some sort of statement supporting us' I would have been very happy to do so."
by RTT Staff Writer
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