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ROIO - Recordings Of Illegitimate Origin

Title That's Where I Belong
Label Song Co.
Catalog Number PSCD-0949/0950
Source Disc 1 & Disc 2 tracks 1-8: Live in Paris, 30 October-1 November 2000, sourced from PBS broadcast.
Disc 2 tracks 9-10: 6 November 2000, "Today Show" TV broadcast.
Performers Paul Simon - guitar, vocals
Mark Stewart - guitar, cello, mandolin, banjo, backing vocals
Vincent Nguini - guitar, backing Vocals
Bakhithi Khumalo - Bass Guitar
Tony Cedras - keyboards, accordion, guitar, backing vocals
Alain Mallet - keyboards
Jay Ashby - horns, percussion, backing vocals
Andy Snitzer - horns
Evan Ziproyn - horns, bass clarinet, flute
Steve Gadd - drums
Steve Shehan - percussion
Jamey Haddad - percussion
X-Ref Paul Simon: You're The One Live In Paris (commercial release, January 2001) (except Disc 2, tracks 8-10)
Quality SUP-/9.5
Disc 1:

1. That's Where I Belong   3:35
2. Graceland   4:56
3. You're The One   5:01
4. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover   4:33
5. Late In The Evening   4:18
6. Old Friends/Bookends   2:55
7. Homeward Bound   2:59
8. I Am A Rock   3:29
9. The Teacher   3:58
10. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes   5:56
11. You Can Call Me Al   4:50

Disc 2:

1. Darling Lorraine   6:57
2. Old   2:35
3. Pledging My Love   2:09
4. The Late Great Johnny Ace   4:15
5. The Boy In The Bubble   5:10
6. Hurricane Eye   5:47
7. Bridge Over Troubled Water   5:10
8. Still Crazy After All These Years   4:03

Bonus Tracks from "Today":

9. Old   2:36
10. Hurricane Eye   5:52
It was bound to happen. Some enterprising person copied the audio feed from the PBS Great Performances broadcast of Paul's Paris shows and rush-released it to the ROIO-buying masses. The tracklist supports this: it's the same as the running order from the broadcast. As such, the sound is a bit flat, due to compression inherent in current TV broadcasting. Same goes for the "Today" tracks.

If you can wait for the VHS/DVD of this show, it's worth the time. The sound on the DVD and VHS are bound to be better than this ROIO, and the tracklist will be more complete, as PBS edited out a few songs for their broadcast. This is essentially a way to try and cash in while folks wait for the official release of this material, and not worth the expense.

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