Monday, October 22 2012
While the Sex Pistols were specifically designed to cause havoc, the Jam started as a community hall dance band, doing watered-down Beatles covers and Motown standards for disinterested pub-goers and overboozed wedding guests.
Tuesday, June 1 2010
With his 10th solo album, Wake Up the Nation, Paul Weller demonstrates not only his perennial songwriting prowess, but also his incredible endurance as an artist.
Wednesday, January 6 2010
It may be that Quadrophenia is best digested as a missing socio-cultural link between postwar England and its strife-torn, IRA-fearing '70s.
Monday, July 21 2008
The Modfather's ninth solo album just happens to be the most rewardingly eclectic of his storied career.
Wednesday, May 14 2008
A compilation that merely intends to explore the possibilities of modern folk music but winds up articulating your deepest yearnings with surprising potency.
Wednesday, February 1 2006
The new album from Paul Weller does exactly what it says on the tin. A return to form? Not quite, but not a bad attempt.
Sunday, January 1 1995
Weller has written an entire catalog of memorable songs—remember The Jam.