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Song of the day: Paul Weller- You Do Something To Me


In 1995 recorded Paul Weller his solo single You Do Something To Me. He did this after being singer for The Jam and The Style Council. In fact, he invited the drummer of the Style Council to play on his third studio album, Stanley Road. We also hear him on this song. The song had a number 9 position in the UK and a silver status. Enjoy

Paul Weller- You Do Something To Me

Song of the day: The Jam- Town Called Malice


In 1982, the Jam released their album The Gift. From this album, Town Called Malice would reach the number 1 position in the UK chart. It would be a double A-side, since Precious also became a hit! Quite some people suggest the title is a pun, referring to the book A Town Like Alice, written by Nevil Shute. Paul Weller said he had not read the book when he wrote the song, but he wrote it about his hometown Woking in his teenage years. I especially like the electric organ in the song! Enjoy

The Jam- A Town Called Malice

Song of the day: The Style Council- Shout To The Top


The Style Council, a band from the eighties, had a big hit in 1984. The band existed of Paul Weller (known from the Jam) and Mick Talbot (known from Dexy’s Midnight Runners). Some other people joined and they regularly cooperated with other people. About the song is not much special information, apart from that it was made for a movie and that it is a great song. Enjoy

The Style Council- Shout To The Top