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8 thoughts on “ Thinking Of You - Paul Weller - Studio 150 (CDr, Album)

  1. "Thinking of You" is a song released as a single by Sister Sledge in that became a hit in the UK. It was originally recorded for their album, We Are Family (), and was included as the B-side to their UK top 20 single "Lost In Music". "Thinking of You" was written and produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, and, like many Sister Sledge hits, was built on the rhythmic foundations.
  2. Paul Weller / True Meanings. I think I’ve been suffering from Paul Weller fatigue in recent times. The ex-Jam and Style Council man has been knocking them out regularly for quite a while and although there’s been nothing really wrong with the likes of Saturns Pattern and A Kind Revolution, it feels like ages since I really loved one of his solo efforts (probably ’s 22 Dreams).
  3. Ken guested on guitar with Paul Weller live and on television and is featured on the live dvd "Studio ()" by Paul Weller whilst also appearing on the aforementioned Steafán Hanvey albums. Ken also took the lead role in Julian Joseph 's jazz opera Tristan and Isolde that was premiered in .
  4. Paul Weller Studio Review. Album. Wishing on a Star"as well as Sister Sledge's"Thinking of You",eyebrows were raised. never a factor in the workings of Weller's mind. And so to Studio.
  5. 'Studio ' is Paul Weller's seventh album, released in and featuring a variety of cover versions. 1. If I Could Only Be Sure (Gabriel Mekler, Nolan Porter) 2. Wishing on a Star (Billie Rae Calvin) 3.
  6. Anyone who has seen Paul Weller live knows that he plays many cover songs. He is a music scholar and evangelist. On Studio he shows that he has the uncanny ability to make any song his own. All the sappiness and over-production of The Carpenters' "Close To You" has been excised leaving the real sentiment of the song behind/5(64).
  7. A tireless music fan, Paul Weller avoids the "covers album curse" by putting a personal stamp on a unique, diverse batch of tunes. Weller somehow crafts a cohesive album out of disco-era Rose Royce, ancient English folk, Neil Young, Burt Bacharach, Gil Scott-Heron's jazz-funk and the evergreen balladry of Gordon Lightfoot.
  8. Thinking Of You Lyrics: Everybody, let me tell you ‘bout my love / Brought to me, by an angel from above / Full equipped with a lifetime guarantee / Once you try it, well I'm sure that you will be.

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