The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

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The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby verbal gymnastics » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:38 pm

Sheeptotheslaughter retweeted this but I thought it would be better to share it on the forum.

The cheer at 1.37 is where Elvis enters.

https://soundcloud.com/cpt_stax/the-sty ... feat-elvis
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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby Neil. » Tue Oct 24, 2017 7:55 pm

Great version - what a thrill to hear this. Elvis nearly 'wins' but they end up harmonising as equals!

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Postby bronxapostle » Tue Oct 24, 2017 8:00 pm

Numbers one and two BEST BRIT songwriters slash entertainers since 1977, NO DOUBT

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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby DeathWearsABigHat » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:25 am

Brilliant.
Weller's solo stuff doesn't do much for me but I was a huge Style Council fan.
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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby sulky lad » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:02 pm

DeathWearsA Big Hat wrote
Weller's solo stuff doesn't do much for me but I was a huge Style Council fan.


So you were the one !!
I know Weller faced tremendous media backlash for breaking up The Jam and I personally never felt like The Style Council matched the Jam on so many levels but it seemed something Paul needed to do to evolve as a writer !

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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby Offshoreram » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:40 am

sulky lad wrote:DeathWearsA Big Hat wrote
Weller's solo stuff doesn't do much for me but I was a huge Style Council fan.


So you were the one !!
I know Weller faced tremendous media backlash for breaking up The Jam and I personally never felt like The Style Council matched the Jam on so many levels but it seemed something Paul needed to do to evolve as a writer !


Agree with that Sulky.

Weller was so restricted by the limitations of the Jam and had to move on. The Jam were one of the best live bands I ever saw, seeing the 14 times. I've also see Paul Weller solo 14 times and Bruce Foxton's From the Jam 10 times, but only ever saw the Style Council twice, and one of those was at a Live Aid!
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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby Heats101 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:33 pm

Since circa 2008 and his "22 Dreams" album onwards Weller has been in a rich vein of form including his latest "A Kind Revolution". Oh and his earlier solo work like Stanley Road is a pretty decent effort. He may have gone a tad "samey" for a while (Dad Rock as it was called) but I agree he had to do the Style Council thing in order to produce his future solo work and prolong his relevance and longevity.
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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby bronxapostle » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:01 pm

Heats101 wrote:Since circa 2008 and his "22 Dreams" album onwards Weller has been in a rich vein of form including his latest "A Kind Revolution". Oh and his earlier solo work like Stanley Road is a pretty decent effort. He may have gone a tad "samey" for a while (Dad Rock as it was called) but I agree he had to do the Style Council thing in order to produce his future solo work and prolong his relevance and longevity.


STELLAR work these solo years since 1991. I have seen nearly every solo tour, despite ODDLY never seeing my beloved THE JAM. THE MAN NEVER DISAPPOINTS...MONSTROUS SONGS, VOICE AND PLAYING. I am always ready for his next.

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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby Heats101 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:19 pm

bronxapostle wrote:Numbers one and two BEST BRIT songwriters slash entertainers since 1977, NO DOUBT

This is probably Paul Weller Forum Territory but would you care to say who is one and who is two kind Sir :?:
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Re: The Style Council and Elvis sing My Ever Changing Moods

Postby docinwestchester » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:28 pm

Elvis really nails the vocals here. He had a tremendous voice.


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