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Interview by Chris Salewicz, The Face, May 1982
AS PAUL WELLER says, in the mid-1960s the original spirit of Mod implanted itself into the soul of young Britain with a self-nurturing, almost religious ...
Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, December 1998
"YOU SHOULD WRITE THAT LETTER," Paul Weller' is telling his press agents, Pippa Hall and Jane Wilkes of Monkey Business PR, referring to a particularly ...
Interview by Paul Morley, NME, 3 November 1979
"I WOULDN'T say I'm a very articulate person, but I seem to be able to articulate when I write lyrics..." ...
Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 20 January 1979
Hope I die before I get old? The Jam's Paul Weller knows he can't write teenage anthems any more. HARRY DOHERTY sympathises. ...
Interview by Mike Stand, Smash Hits, 6 March 1980
WHEN I met Paul Weller I saw red. His shirt, his trousers, his pullover, his shoes and I daresay his St. Michael Y-fronts ...
Profile by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, December 1978
Try calling Paul Weller of the Jam a punk rocker, and finds out how icy a cold stare can be. The intense young man who ...
Profile and Interview by Simon Frith, Creem, April 1980
THEY STARTED talking about clothes even before I left. They were discussing shirt makers. "Jermyn Street," was the consensus. "They will make silk up for ...
Review by Tony Stewart, NME, 10 November 1979
CHANGE. IT'S something Paul Weller wrote about on 'To Be Someone', that sour story on All Mod Cons about the kid who wanted to be famous and ...
Report and Interview by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 17 December 1977
DOWN IN WOKING at three o'clock in the afternoon the Modern World seems miles away. Outside it's icy cold, but in number 44, with the ...
Review by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, February 1979
IT HAS TAKEN the Jam merely three albums to go from a young band with a lot of energy and a love for mod-era rock'n'roll ...
Live Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 2 October 1982
I WASN'T exactly willing to be converted but I was willing to be entertained. ...
Review by Mick Farren, NME, 5 November 1977
SO THIS is the modern world. I'm glad they told me. For an instant I'd thought I'd been transported back to 1965. Flashback on flashback ...
Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, April 1978
QUICKIE QUIZ The Jam is a throwback band that most closely resembles one of the following: (a) 3 Dog Night (b) The Who (c) ...
Interview by Chris Salewicz, Creem, March 1981
ON A DAMP, dank Sunday lunchtime the three pasty-faced, unhealthy-looking members of the Jam sit in an uncomfortably functional room in a nondescript London hotel ...
Review by Don Snowden, New York Rocker, March 1981
SOUND AFFECTS finds the Jam stretching out, once again successfully staying off the (seemingly) inherent limitations of a three-piece lineup. ...
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, 20 March 1982
"See me walking around I'm the boy about town that you've heard of..." ...
Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 14 May 1977
I HEARD the Jam's single 'In The City' on the radio the other day. The bass came roaring up from the mix and through the ...
Report and Interview by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 5 March 1977
PEOPLE TRY TO put us down just because we sound like The Who. ...
Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 October 1978
THIRD ALBUMS generally mean that it's shut-up-or-get-cut-up time: when an act's original momentum has drained away and they've got to cover the distance from a ...
Interview by Kit Aiken, Uncut, October 1999
KA: What did The Jam mean to you? ...
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