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one of my favorites

the itunes review is off. this is just a completely beautiful, perfect and complete album.

So Much better than "So What"

I've seen a few reviews of Paul's most recent effort, "So Beautiful or So What", proclaiming it his best album since "Graceland". Well, I disagree. "Saints" not only deserves that title, but arguably earns the distinction of being his best work. In my opinion, Paul's songwriting on this album is stonger, more challenging and overall smarter than its predecessor, showing more maturation- an achievement for someone who wrote "Sounds of Silence" nearly 30 years prior.

Give this album a chance- it may take several listens to appreciate fully, but it's worth it!

Love It!

The Obvious Child definitly stands out but there are other beautiful pieces of music such as The Coast, and Proof! :)
I'm sure there were others on here that I love but I'd suggest listening to this beautiful album because the music will really take you away...

Biography

Born: October 13, 1941 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Paul Simon is one of the most successful and respected songwriters of the second half of the 20th century. Rising to fame in the mid-'60s, Simon's songs were mature and literate, but also melodically engaging, and spoke to the concerns and uncertainties of a generation. As the 1960s gave way to the '70s and '80s, Simon's work tended to focus on the personal rather than...
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