Inspired by PAUL WELLER £9.99 £0.00
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Show respect and pay your dues to the Modfather himself, Paul Weller.
Printed on high quality 250gsm smooth art paper for the premium finish.
Sure, a regular old Paul Weller poster is alright, but a framed print is the way to go if you fancy adding a bit of class to your bedroom, lounge or hallway. Also makes a great gift for any music lovers out there.
Available Paul Weller wall art sizes:
A4 Art Print : 21cm x 29.7cm (frame not included)
A3 Art Print : 29.7cm x 42cm (frame not included)
A2 Art Print : 42cm x 59.4cm (frame not included)
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Our iconic illustrations are also available framed in sizes A4 and A3.
A Brief History of Paul Weller
As talisman of The Jam, Weller led the pack back in the late 70s mod revival and, far beyond that, carved out a name for himself as a gritty song-writing talent. If that wasn’t enough, his hairdo has already cemented a place for itself in British folklore.
But before all that, Weller first cut his teeth playing bass and guitar around local working men’s clubs with a few of his best mates. This would prove to be an incubator period for the band, though few at the time could’ve seen what the near future had in store.
Known initially for their ‘angry young men’ outlook and taste for sharp suits, it’s probably fair to say The Jam were a band stuck of time. Along with Dr. Feelgood a few years earlier, they are one of few bands of their era to forge together bits of 60s R&B with the prototype sounds of punk and new wave – a combination both unique and deadly.
And, of course, underpinning it all you’ve got Weller’s blistering social commentary, showcased to the full in tracks like ‘Down In The Tube Station At Midnight’ and ‘When You’re Young’. After The Jam split around the start of the 80s, Weller’s path led him towards blue-eyed soul as part of The Style Council. But it’s his stuff with The Jam that will still stand up in years to come.
Well, and the hair.
- The Jam – When You’re Young (1979)
- The Style Council – Long Hot Summer (1983)
The Jam – English Rose (1978)
Words - Daniel Jones
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