This page was created in the early days of Broadband, to share a few of the Weller oddities and rarities. With the advent of the likes of YouTube and the many blogs that are out there, making practically everything available, I guess that this page is now pretty much redundant. I will leave the stuff here, in case anyone still has not come across it.
In the meantime I thoroughly recommend Yann Viseur's blog, available Here
For a selection of free Wallpapers to download, please click Here
To listen to any of the following tracks, just click on the speaker. To save to your computer, right click on the speaker and select "save target as" (in MS Internet Explorer) or "save link target as..." (in Netscape Navigator)
Paul recently joined Noel Gallagher onstage for a couple of tracks at the KOKO
Come On, Let's Go
Thick As Thieves
To hear the tracks played, click on the speaker.
To See the pictures from the evening - click on the logo -
Introduction / Ray Winstone
Come On, Let's Go
The Changing Man
From The Floorboards Up
A Town Called Malice
In preparation for his 2005 US tour, Paul appeared on KCRW's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" radio show, and performed these seven songs. All are acoustic and all feature accompaniment by Steve Craddock.
Originally made available by Go Home Productions - the files have been removed from their site, so I have put them here
Don't Stop Changing
Ray Of Jam
Something a little bit different -
Some Cover Versions Of Paul's Songs
Billy Bragg performs
The Nutley Brass performs
Graham Coxon (out of Blur) performs
Eliza Carthy performs
Steve White sings. After twenty odd years years behind the drums for Paul, Steve finally gets his chance
To see the video for Paul's recent single - "Wild Blue Yonder" - click on the picture
To see the video for the last single - "Here's The Good News" - just click on the picture
To see the video for the previous single - "Come On, Let's Go" - just click on the picture
Please Note: As far as I am aware, none of the above tracks are commercially available, and as such I do not believe that I am depriving any deserving party of any royalties. Wherever possible I have included a link to the source. If, however, you hold the copyright to any of the above tracks, or know of it's commercial availability, then please left me know. Thanks. Mike.