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The disaster of Songs from the Capeman hit Paul Simon particularly hard, so he decided to quickly record a new album, his first proper collection of songs since 1990's The Rhythm of the Saints -- his first album in ten years, really. Nevertheless, if this album has a relative, it's 1982's Hearts and Bones, since it's a deliberately low-key, insular record, especially when compared to the sweeping worldbeat explorations of Graceland and Rhythm. But where Hearts and Bones was a singer/songwriter album, no two ways about it, ...

You're the One 2001, Warner Bros.

UPC: 093624784494


You're the One 2000, Warner Bros.

UPC: 093624784425


You're the One 2000, WEA International

UPC: 093624784449