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PAUL WELLER: As The Modfather turns 50 and gears up to release his new double set 22 Dreams, MOJO’s Pat Gilbert joins the man who brought us The Jam, The Style Council, Wild Wood and Stanley Road for a booze-blitzed journey through the last thirty years.

FREE CD! THE CHANGING MAN. Three lost Paul Weller classics sit alongside 15 gems from the likes of The Small Faces, William Bell, Gil Scott-Heron, The Staple Singers, Bob Marley and many, many more!

CD Tracklist:


01.lord large ft dean parrish - left right & centre
02.small faces - get yourself together
03.graham coxon - click click click
04.world colmn - so is the sun
05.andy lewis & PW - are you trying to be lonley
06.mother earth - mr freedom
07.bob marley & the wailers - small axe
08.gil scott-heron - the bottle
09.richie havens - handouts in the rain
10.declan o'rourke - galileo
11.william bell - my whole world is falling down
12.hamish imlach - black is the colour
13.dinah washington - september in the rain
14.the staple singers - (it takes more than) a hammer and nails
15.washington phillips - take your burden to the lord and leave it
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