You're the One [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The disaster of 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 illustrates the influence of its predecessors, but it's not showy about it. The African and South American rhythms are as much a ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The disaster of 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 illustrates the influence of its predecessors, but it's not showy about it. The African and South American rhythms are as much a foundation of Simon's music as folk is, and his compositions reflect it, boasting surprisingly tricky rhythms that carry through to his melodies themselves. That, combined with Simon's determination to meet aging head-on, makes You're the One a bit of an acquired taste, especially since its compositions are never overtly accessible and melodic -- they're all tone poems, driven as much by tone and lyric as song itself. This all results in a record that may be a little too deliberately low-key and elliptical for most tastes, especially since it demands full concentration even from serious fans. But this does reward close listening, and even if it doesn't shine as brilliantly as Hearts and Bones his most underappreciated record, it does share some similarities in that it's an unassumingly intellectual record that feels like it was made without an audience in mind. Which means it's more interesting than successful, but interesting can have its own rewards. [In 2004, Warner Strategic Marketing reissued Simon's studio albums as remastered editions with bonus tracks, packaged in cardboard digipacks. Like the other Simon reissues in this series, the remastering is excellent. You're the One contains three bonus tracks, all taken from the live home video You're the One: In Concert: "That's Where I Belong," "Old," and "Hurricane Eye."]
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  • Release Date: 7/27/2004
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227890728
  • Catalog Number: 78907

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 That's Where I Belong (3:12)
  2. 2 Darling Lorraine (6:38)
  3. 3 Old (2:19)
  4. 4 You're the One (4:27)
  5. 5 The Teacher (3:36)
  6. 6 Look at That (3:54)
  7. 7 Señorita With a Necklace of Tears (3:41)
  8. 8 Love (3:50)
  9. 9 Pigs, Sheep and Wolves (3:58)
  10. 10 Hurricane Eye (4:11)
  11. 11 Quiet (4:25)
  12. 12 That's Where I Belong (3:42)
  13. 13 Old (2:40)
  14. 14 Hurricane Eye (6:00)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Paul Simon Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Sitar, Vocals
Steve Gorn Bamboo Flute
Larry Campbell Pedal Steel Guitar
Dan Duggan Dulcimer, Hammered Dulcimer
Jay Elfenbein Vielle, Vihuela
Steve Gadd Bass, Drums
Jamey Haddad Percussion
Peter Herbert Double Bass, Upright Bass
Skip La Plante Harp, Pipe, Bowls, Whirly Tube
Abraham Laboriel Sr. Bass, Bass Guitar
Howard Levy Harmonica
Alain Mallet Piano, Pump Organ, Wurlitzer, Reed Organ
Vincent Nguini Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Steve Shehan Percussion
Andy Snitzer Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Evan Ziporyn Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Clifford Carter Celeste, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Keyboard Glockenspiel
Bakithi Kumalo Bass, Bass Guitar
Steve Sheham Percussion
Mark Stewart Banjo, Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar, Cello, Electric Guitar, Sitar
Technical Credits
Paul Simon Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Dan Duggan Contributor
Lynn Goldsmith Art Direction
Dan Hersch Remastering
Bill Inglot Remastering
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Stanley Silverman Arranger
Rob Murphy Engineer
Andy Smith Engineer
Jimmy Corona Logistics
Claudius Mittendorfer Engineer
Eddie Simon Management
Steve Schweidel Engineer
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