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Paul Weller In Manchester!

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Paul Weller teamed up with The Coral's frontman James Skelly for three songs during the Modfather's show at the MEN Arena in Manchester last night (December 3).

The pair performed two covers - The Beatles classic 'Ticket To Ride' and Manfred Mann's 1966 UK Number One hit 'Pretty Flamingo' - towards the end of a mammoth set.

They also played The Coral's hit single 'Dreaming Of You', footage of which you can watch below.

"It was an honour to play with Paul Weller tonight," Skelly said. "He's one of the greatest British songwriters of all time, an absolute legend."

The show also saw Weller joined by Primal Scream's Mani on tambourine on a number of tracks.

Paul Weller played:
'From The Floorboards Up'
'Strange Town'
'7&3 Is The Strikers Name'
'Dangerous Age'
'Sea Spray'
'Into Tomorrow'
'Aim High'
'Up The Dosage'
'Shout To The Top!'
'No Tears To Cry'
'You Do Something To Me'
'Pieces Of A Dream'
'Pretty Green'
'Wake Up The Nation'
'Fast Car/Slow Traffic'
'Echoes Round The Sun'
'Wild Wood'
'Broken Stones'
'Ticket To Ride'
'Pretty Flamingo'
'Dreaming Of You'
'Art School'
'Come On/Let's Go'
'The Changingman'


  1. i did four vids of the gig check the others out
    garydavies on youtube

  2. He did one bright star not andromeda folks
    I filmed the whole show best arena show I've ever seen him do

  3. He played Town Called Malice, not wild wood.

    great gig!


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