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Paul Simon On 'Stranger To Stranger' And Why You Can Call Him Al (Again)

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Paul Simon's latest album, Stranger To Stranger, is due out June 3. Myrna Suarez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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All Songs +1: A Conversation With Paul Simon

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All Things Considered Host Ari Shapiro Plays DJ

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All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton set out on a road trip to find the true spirit of the holiday season. Along the way they stop at the Silent Night Motel, where they meet Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, St. Vincent (Annie Clark), Josh Ritter, and more. Michael Huey/Mastery Of Maps hide caption

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Bob And Robin's Excellent Holiday Adventure

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Hear Paul Simon Talk 'Graceland' on World Cafe, Part 1

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Garfunkel Defends His Art

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