This week (4 June) Paul Simon's Graceland celebrates its 25th birthday with the release of a new edition featuring the record, a documentary about the album's making, Under African Skies, and more. To mark this anniversary for the first album ever to receive five stars from Q (way back in our first ever issue), each day this week Paul Simon himself introduces a different song from the album.
You Can Call Me Al
Paul Simon: "You Can Call Me Al is really the story of somebody like me, who just goes to Africa with no idea and ends up having some extraordinary spiritual experience. It's a self-obsessed person becomes aware."
For more head to Paulsimon.com
12:00 AM | 04/06/2012
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