Art Garfunkel returned to recording in 1997 with Across America, a live album intended to commemorate his walk across America. Comprised largely of oldies, the record is a pleasant enough nostalgia trip, but it doesn't have enough distinguished performances (a version of "The 52nd Street Bridge Song" sung with his six-year-old son is notable, but it certainly isn't accomplished) to make the record a worthy addition even to the collections of devoted fans.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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