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Paul Weller On Upcoming "Later...Live With Jools Holland, Vol.2"

The second two CD set of live performances from the UK television show, "Later...Live With Jools Holland" will include Paul's most recent appearance. The tune selected is "Push It Along" from the 22 Dreams album.

Track List:

CD 1
1. Muse - Uprising
2. Elbow - Grounds For Divorce
3. Little Boots - Remedy
4. Hot Chip - Ready For The Floor
5. Keane - Spiralling
6. MGMT - Time To Pretend
7. Lisa Hannigan - I Don't Know
8. Last Shadow Puppets - The Age Of The Understatement
9. Nicole Atkins - Maybe Tonight
10. Glen Campbell - Wichita Lineman
11. Bon Iver - Skinny Love
12. Friendly Fires - Jump In The Pool
13. Radiohead - Bodysnatchers
14. Santigold - L.E.S Artists
15. Adele & Jools - To Make You Feel My Love
16. Manic Street Preachers - Jackie Collins Existential Question Time
17. Pendulum - Granite

CD 2
1. Lily Allen - It's Not Fair
2. Paolo Nutini - Candy
3. Al Green - Let's Stay Together
4. Melody Gardot - Sweet Memory
5. Vampire Weekend - Mansard Roof
6. Morrissey - Something Is Squeezing My SKull
7. New York Dolls - 'Cause I Sez So
8. Paul Weller - Push It Along
9. Seasick Steve - I Started Out With Nothin' And I Still Got Most Of It Left
10. Jools Holland - I Went By
11. Golden Silvers - True Romance
12. Madness - Forever Young
13. Natty - July
14. Karima Francis - Use Somebody
15. Goldfrapp - Happiness
16. Monkey - Monkey's World
17. The Raconteurs - Salute Your Solution

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