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Performer: Paul Weller
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Title: A Kind Revolution
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A Kind Revolution ‎(LP, Album). A Kind Revolution ‎(CD, Album). Parlophone, Warner Bros.

Paul Weller is Paul Weller's first solo album, released in 1992. After disbanding The Style Council and leaving label Polydor in 1989, Weller formed The Paul Weller Movement in 1990, releasing a single, "Into Tomorrow", on his own Freedom High record label, in October 1991. Its success - reaching in the UK chart - led to Weller being offered a new record deal with Go! Discs, and the resulting album was released on 1 September 1992, reaching on the UK album chart.

In 2004, Weller released an album of covers entitled Studio 150. It debuted at No. 2 in the UK charts and included Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower" as well as covers of songs by Gil Scott-Heron, Rose Royce and Gordon Lightfoot, amongst others. This album saw Weller move in a more experimental direction, taking in a wide variety of influences including jazz, folk and tango as well as the pop-soul more associated with his Style Council days. Weller also featured on two songs from The Moons' album "Life on Earth", playing piano on "Wondering" and lead guitar on "Last Night on Earth". "Paul Weller – Uncut on 'A Kind Revolution'". Retrieved 21 December 2016.

Weller's new album, 'A Kind Revolution' is a textbook study in growing old gracefully. It’s 40 years since Paul Weller first sang about the young idea on The Jam‘s 1977 track ‘In The City’, but as he approaches 60, the passage of time has become a far more potent muse than the fires of youth. Weller began work on ‘A Kind Revolution’, his 25th studio album (with The Jam, Style Council and as a solo artist), almost immediately after completing his last one, 2015’s ‘Saturns Pattern’, and apparently has a follow-up written and ready to go, continuing the remarkable late-career renaissance he’s had for the last decade or so. He’s at an age where he’d be forgiven for resting on his.

A Kind of Revolution. The Official Paul Weller UK Tour. 10-track album in gatefold card wallet. 10-track album, A Kind Revolution – the instrumentals. CD 3. remixes and alternate versions of track from A Kind Revolution, plus non-album bonus track Alpha. OUT NOW. Vinyl LP. 8-page booklet, download card and 10" x 10" art print. Includes instant download of Long Long Road and Nova.

Paul Weller's 13th solo album, 'A Kind Revolution,' shows that he never stays in one place too long to get bogged down. Unlike many rockers from previous generations, Paul Weller is in constant forward motion. This is proven in full on his new album, A Kind Revolution. That is not to say that the 59-year-old Weller has stashed away his trademark style or knack for writing a great tune, but he is, as Julian Cope would say, a forward thinking mofo. A Kind Revolution, Weller's 13th solo album, wastes no time in getting into high gear with the rollicking "Woo Se Mama," a soul-charged rocker with swagger to spare, and a perfect example of his drawing on the past without submerging in it. With backing.

Soon after, in 1983, Weller teamed up with Keyboardist Mick Talbot and a few other fellow musicians to form the more sophisticatedly oriented outfit The Style Council, boasting four proper releases that consisted of primarily polished, slick, and classy Soul-inspired songs, for which he consequently achieved further critical acclaim, until the band’s demise in 1989.