I watched the "Watership Down" movie tonight, and was surprised to find out that "Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel is from that movie. I browsed Spotify later, because I always had ignored Art's solo albums. While being a big fan of Paul Simon and Simon & Garfunkel, I always thought that Art Garfunkel's albums were not that essential. Well, I found out that he made a very good album in 2002, and then I listened to the earlier albums, which were great for late night listening. "Bright Eyes" is still way too sugary for my taste (altough with the new dark rabbit context it's better). But then I heard a very nice version of Sam Cooke's What a Wonderful World with Paul Simon and James Taylor beautifully harmonizing, and I thought that these three would have made a great super-group. S,T&G. I know too little of their careers (except Paul Simon's) so maybe it's a stupid idea. But hey, it's never too late. What do you think?