Paul Wilkes - Hell And Paradise. Paul Wilkes - Stay With Me. 02:54. Paul Wilkes - Feels Like A Dream. Paul Wilkes - A New Part Of The Old. 03:54. Annie Wilkes and Paul Sheldon :a fragment of Misery by Stephen King. Paul Wilkes - Just A Mile. Paul Wilkes - When The Wind Blows. Paul Wilkes - Only I Know. Paul Wilkes - Runaway. Paul Wilkes - No Heart Anymore. Paul Wilkes - Into The Blue.
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The opening chords of Paul Wilkes’ EP Take the Sunlight seem to set the listener up for a wistful, lilting ballad, and while not deviating drastically from that sound, it is obvious that Wilkes’ EP is much more than just background music. The title track harks to a ‘Fields of Gold’ type heritage, yet also seems to be constantly on the brink of a climatic explosion.
Listen to albums and songs from Paul Weller. Forging ahead, his first self-titled solo album was a heartfelt affair that embraced 1960s rock and early '70s psychedelic soul to excellent effect.
Producer – Brendan Lynch, Paul Weller. Saxophone, Flute, Backing Vocals – Jacko Peake. Written-By – Mick Talbot (tracks: B4), Paul Weller. With 8-Page Booklet (Photos & Lyrics). Produced for Lynch Mob (Brendan Lynch) and Himself (Paul Weller) Co-Produced for Thin Air Prod. Track A1 listed as: Uh-Huh-Oh-Yeh!
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Paul Weller (born 25 May 1958) is an English singer, songwriter, leader of two successful bands: The Jam and The Style Council. In England, he is recognised as something of a national institution yet, because much of his songwriting is rooted in English culture, he has remained essentially a national rather than an international star. Weller's eleventh studio album, Sonik Kicks, was released on 19 March 2012.
Paul Weller is Paul Weller's first solo album, released in 1992. After disbanding The Style Council and leaving label Polydor in 1989, Weller formed The Paul Weller Movement in 1990, releasing a single, "Into Tomorrow", on his own Freedom High record label, in October 1991. Its success - reaching in the UK chart - led to Weller being offered a new record deal with Go! Discs, and the resulting album was released on 1 September 1992, reaching on the UK album chart.
Pop Rock Paul Weller. Other productions from Paul Weller.
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