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Tiny Desk Concert with Paul Weller.
July 28, 2015 The beloved Britpop veteran stops by the Tiny Desk with songs from his new album, Saturns Pattern — and one from his best-known record, Stanley Road.
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May 23, 2010 When The Jam was making pop-infused music in the heyday of punk, Paul Weller was a vital singer and songwriter. But in the years since, fans would be forgiven for losing interest, as his work in Style Council made way for a string of often spotty solo records. But Weller's new one, Wake Up the Nation, is a real sleeper -- and, in the end, a joy to hear. The album will stream here in its entirety until its release on June 1.
September 22, 2008 British pop icon Paul Weller has described his new double-disc album, 22 Dreams, as "a year in my life." It tracks Weller's course through the changing seasons. The former frontman of The Jam performs his kaleidoscopic pop music in a session on World Cafe.
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February 13, 2007 Paul Weller is one of the most influential Britpop acts of the past 30 years. Weller got his start as the frontman for the late-'70s new-wave punk band The Jam. The band helped to establish him as one of the most visible and imitated rock artists of all time.
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November 1, 2005 British punk/soul/mod rocker Paul Weller's 30-year career included leading the seminal band The Jam, and the neo-soul outfit Style Council. He's had a solo career since 1992 and his new CD is called As Is Now. Day to Day music critic Christian Bordal shares his thoughts on the CD and on Weller.
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March 12, 2003 Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews new albums from The Buzzcocks and Paul Weller, the frontman from the band The Jam. The album titles are Buzzcocks and Illumination.
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February 24, 2003 Paul Weller's latest CD, Illumination, is number one on the British album charts, but one of the great mysteries of Weller's career is why he's so little-known or appreciated in America. The man behind the punk sound of The Jam and the pop-soul of The Style Council isn't sure why, either. Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr reports.
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