Paul Weller, “One of the most revered music writers and performers of the last 30 years” (BBC), released his critically acclaimed 14th studio album True Meanings in September, which shot straight to No.2 in the UK album charts. Few artists have had as great an influence on the British music scene as Paul Weller. As frontman of The Jam, he spearheaded the Mod revival in the late ’70s and early ’80s, scoring a string of hits before forming The Style Council and then embarking on a stellar solo career.
The last two years have seen an incredible creative output from Weller, releasing no fewer than three new studio albums – all to widespread acclaim.
His wondrous 17th solo album ‘An Orchestrated Songbook’ was released just a month ago. Recorded with award-winning arranger Jules Buckley and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the album reimagines a selection of his vast catalogue including such classics as English Rose, Broken Stones, You’re the Best Thing, Wild Wood and You Do Something to Me.
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