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Interview by Robert Sandall, The Sunday Times, September 2007
RECOGNISING HIM is not a problem. As he strides purposefully across the concourse of Waterloo station it's easy to figure why Paul Weller is referred ...
Profile and Interview by Chris Ingham, MOJO, April 2000
Hes been assailed by business bosses, punk rivals and ex-bandmates. Now, with a landmark fifth album in the can. Paul Weller shows Chris ...
Review by Mark Cooper, Q, August 1997
Paul Weller: very much lord of his "manor". ...
Interview by John Lewis, Metro, July 2012
Paul Weller has a long relationship with the 100 Club – not just as a performer but as a teenage punter. ...
Interview by Jude Rogers, The Word, April 2012
Curmudgeonly theorist, phone-hacked serial dad, raffish poster-boy for inquisitive middle age — Paul Weller gives himself a good talking-to ...
Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, September 2004
KEITH ALTHAM PR’d The Jam in the late '70s. In his book of post-retirement open letters to former clients, No More Mr Nice Guy, he ...
Report by Jeff Slate, Examiner.com, 30 March 2012
PAUL WELLER has been getting lots of good, but not great, reviews for his latest album, Sonik Kicks. At least Stateside. Ignore them. Sonik Kicks, ...
Interview by Paul Moody, NME, 13 May 1995
Its taken over a decade, but with his new album PAUL WELLER has finally gone back to his roots, the part of his life that ...
Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, October 1993
He split Britain's most loyally supported rock band to form a collective specializing in weedy white sould and ersatz jazz. He created "a Motown for ...
Retrospective by John Harris, The Guardian, 3 February 2006
As Paul Weller prepares to receive a Lifetime Achievement Brit, John Harris salutes a giant. ...
Interview by Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 31 October 1999
Both "spokesmen" for their respective generations, it's perhaps unsurprising that the men behind the Jam and Oasis became friends. Here, they talk frankly together for ...
Review by Paul Moody, NME, 1994
SOMETHING TO mull over. Paul Weller has been having hit records for 16 years. Wild Wood the follow-up to his wildly-underrated debut solo outing ...
Review by Evelyn McDonnell, Rolling Stone, 13 July 1995
NAMED AFTER the area in suburban London where he grew up, Stanley Road is possibly the most autobiographical record Paul Weller has ever made. He ...
Interview by John Lewis, Hotline, November 2008
50 this year and touring his best album in decades, the Modfather talks to John Lewis about Algerian passions, drunken binges and a wariness of ...
Review by David Quantick, Uncut, December 2008
4-CD set proves he's more changing man than Plodfather. ...
Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 24 November 1993
ANYONE WHO doubts that a little fatherhood can be a dangerous thing should have been at the first of Paul Weller's two sold-out London gigs. ...
Live Review by Gavin Martin, Uncut, February 2002
HE COMES on jaunty, with a skip in his step, looking cool, refreshed, dapper, an upbeat northern soul soundtrack still ringing round the hall. He ...
Review by Laura Barton, The Word, April 2012
Paul Weller's unchanging image limits our view of him. His third "experimental" record fizzes with aural innovation. ...
Live Review by Mat Snow, Q, May 1993
Songs in the key of Angst Minor. ...
Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 4 August 1997
Pub rock without the pub ...
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