Fly On The Wall: B Sides And Rarities - Paul Weller Reviews
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Paul Weller Fly on the Wall: B-Sides &Rarities 1991-2000 [VINYL]
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Days Of Speed - Paul WellerDays Of Speed - A Masterpiece!! (325 words)
by jw007 - written on 17/10/01, updated on 05/05/13 (Useful, 71 readings)
But, if you are reading this thinking that this is just an album for the fans (maybe because of my excited description) you should experience the album and the man for yourself. For that is exactly what this album is, an experience, a great introduction to the music of P Paul Weller played through he matured self, but with the passion of all his younger incarnations. While critics seem to be knocking this album, especially in web based reviews, I hope that my ranting will encourage just one person to experience this album and that enjoy it a fraction as much as I ...
Stanley Road - Paul WellerA melodic classic. (238 words)
by mikeyspikey - written on 08/02/01, updated on 14/02/01 (Somewhat useful, 56 readings)
I’d never really heard any P Paul Weller tunes before I got my hands on this little beauty of an album. It’s the kind of thing that plays well wherever you are, on the beach, at a barbecue, having a romantic meal or simply just driving to work on a Monday morning. Mr Weller serves you up a hearty meal of rock made up from all of the ingredients he's gathered from his lengthy carrer. He's literaly taken all of the decent bits from his own tunes and others from the 70's-80's(ish)-90's and brought them together in an up-to date history of rock. The album starts of with the rocking guitar sounds of Changing Man with Weller pumping out ...
Stanley Road - Paul WellerStreets of dreams (142 words)
by IanPaterson - written on 14/08/00, updated on 14/08/00 (Useful, 31 readings)
was the first P Paul Weller album I bought after a couple of singles. It was summer of 96 when life was easy and relaxed so this album takes me back to evenings on the patio with friends and wine with Mr weller crooning in the background. Lovely. It seems that Paul Weller has progressed in a 'Jools Holland' kind of ...