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  2. A Conversation with Paul Weller; Wild Wood Lyrics. Paul Weller – Wild Wood. 15 Comments; 0 Tags; High tide, mid afternoon People fly by, in the traffic's boom Knowing, just where you're blowing Getting to where you should be going Don't let them get you down Making you feel quilty about Golden rain, will bring you riches All the good things.
  3. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Paul Weller deservedly regained his status as the Modfather with his second solo album, Wild Wood. Actually, the album is only tangentially related to mod, since Weller picks up on the classicism of his debut, adding heavy elements of pastoral British folk and Traffic -styled trippiness.9/
  4. Jul 02,  · 1st pressings of Paul Weller’s solo albums on heavyweight vinyl. Having had to change the initial dates, from those announced, as a result of bespoke vinyl capacity issues we are now able to confirm the following ” Release date: January 20th 1. Paul Weller (UPC: 0) 2. Wild Wood (UPC: 7).
  5. album. Wild Wood Paul Weller. 43 songs (2 hours and 36 minutes) Released on January 1, My Songs; Unlimited; Disc 1. 1. Sunflower Paul Weller: 2. Can You Heal Us (Holy Man) Paul Weller: 3. Wild Wood.
  6. Wild Wood (song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia " Wild Wood " is a single by British singer-songwriter Paul Weller that was released in as the title track from his second album Wild Wood. It reached no. 14 in the UK charts in September Genre: Alternative rock.
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  8. Nov 27,  · Paul Weller deservedly regained his status as the Modfather with his second solo album, Wild Wood. Actually, the album is only tangentially related to mod, since Weller picks up on the classicism of his debut, adding heavy elements of pastoral British folk and Traffic-styled trippiness.

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