Who better than a newborn baby to properly illustrate the sense of wonder and new discovery found within the grooves of Paul Simon's 'Surprise,' his first new album after a six-year break?

Simon credited producer Brian Eno with helping him discover a new way to make records on this critically acclaimed 2006 record. Traditional songwriting structure is often abandoned in favor of more complex, sonically layered material that becomes especially rewarding after repeated listenings.