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    Default Paul Weller 'beginners guide'

    ive finished the 'epic' PW guide....finally, i think i went a bit over the top though. six pages encompasing every official release since 1977 to the present!
    i guess if one person on here appreciates PW a bit more now that ive taken several weeks to do it,then ive done my job!

    time for a break, once Mr.Soul finishes what he is doing we are going to tackle Neil Young together,looking foreward to working with him on it once we work out who is doing what, when, where and how!

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    Fifth Beatle gryphon's Avatar
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    South Netherlands


    I think you have done a good job................well done.

    Try the Apple one I have put on !
    Nice to be able to go back to trust and friendship!!!!!!!!!

    It's a mixed up sensation this being alive
    Oh! it wears a man down into the ground
    It's the strangest elation
    I can't describe it
    Oh it leaves a man weary
    It makes a man frown.
    .............................Chris Simpson ( "Mixed Up Sensations" 1975 Martin's Cafe )

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    youve done well with that one, i picked up a few bits of trivia for the old memory bank,especially the Hot Chocolate connection which i was totally unaware of.

    did my PM re: ian 'molly' meldrum/white album/apple connection get through to you ok?...hopefully you learned something about him for your memory bank LOL

    i know nothing about Apple...i'll leave that to you..the Beatles expert here,the only Beatle i know anything about with confidence is Paul as the solo artist,anything else and i'd make mistakes and no doubt give false information.
    Last edited by CRAZY-HORSE; 04-01-2011 at 09:15.

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    Grumpy Old Man Music Head's Avatar
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    Lancaster, Kentucky, United States


    you guys are both awesome
    A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with smarter people.
    Will Rogers

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    Didn't know much about this bloke before. Pleasant, not particularly distinctive voice; I'm guessing he's better known for song-writing, production, impetus for group's formation--that sort of thing? How many toes did I step on? But really, hear "Wishing on a Star" in a department store and you couldn't tell who it is, but for the context.

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