Paul Weller's Vinyl Classics

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201A0120010328

Paul Weller presents a six-part series in which he plays soul, R&B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

In this first edition, he pays tribute to the late great Curtis Mayfield, and plays rare tracks by Wilson Pickett, James Brown and Jimmy McGriff.

201A0220010404

Paul Weller presents a six-part series in which he plays soul, R and B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

In this edition, he plays music inspired by the black consciousness and civil rights movement of the 1960s, with tracks by Syl Johnson, Willie Hutch and A Brother's Guiding Light.

201A03In Search Of The Inner Self20010411

Paul Weller presents a six-part series in which he plays soul, R and B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

In this edition, the fascinating story behind John Lucien's `In Search of the Inner Self'.

Plus a couple of tracks from Lee Dorsey.

201A04The Snake20010418

Paul Weller presents a six-part series in which he plays soul, R and B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

Including performances from Esther Phillips, Merry Clayton, Roscoe Robinson, Madeline Bell and Soul Brothers Six, plus Northern Soul favourite `The Snake' by Al Wilson.

201A05Sunshine Of Your Love20010425

Paul Weller presents a six-part series in which he plays soul, R and B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

This edition concentrates on funk and dance records, including a soul version of Cream's `Sunshine of Your Love', Howard Tate's `Look at Granny Run Run' and the much-sampled `Hector' by the Village Callers.

201A06English20010502

Paul Weller presents the last in a six-part series in which he plays soul, R and B and jazz tracks from his personal collection of vinyl singles amassed over the last 20 years.

He plays a varied selection, including the great soul voices of William Bell, Darrell Banks, Otis Leavill and Tommy Tate, and he closes the show with a classic `English' record - `A Little Bit Hurt' by Julien Covey.