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At the BBC (2 Vol.) [BBC Version]

Paul Weller

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Album Review

This two-disc, 39-track condensation of the 74-track four-disc At the BBC is nice, managing to hit all the true highlights from the larger set, including covers of Ronnie Lane's "The Poacher" and Manfred Mann's "Pretty Flamingo." This does make this sampler worthwhile for fans who don't want to purchase the larger set, as it does offer the best portions of the box, but it's also true that if you're serious enough of a fan to want this material, it's probably best to go all the way and invest in the full four-disc box set.

Biography

Born: 25 May 1958 in Woking, Surrey, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the leader of the Jam, Paul Weller fronted the most popular British band of the punk era, influencing legions of English rockers ranging from his mod revival contemporaries to the Smiths in the '80s and Oasis in the '90s. During the final days of the Jam, he developed a fascination with Motown and soul, which led him to form the sophisti-pop group the Style Council in 1983. As the Style Council's career progressed, Weller's interest in soul developed into an infatuation with jazz-pop and house...
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