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Catch - Flame [Limited Edition] Limited Edition

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  • Audio CD (12 Jun. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: V2
  • ASIN: B000F5GKZ4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 120,283 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The weaver
  2. Out of the sinking
  3. Blink & you'll miss it
  4. Paper smile
  5. Peacock suit
  6. From the floorboards up
  7. The changing man
  8. Savages
  9. Going places
  10. Up in suzi's room
  11. Porcelain god/ i walk on guilded splinters

Disc: 2

  1. In the crowd
  2. Come on/ lets go
  3. Foot of the mountain
  4. You do something to me
  5. Wishing on a star
  6. Wild wood
  7. The peeble & the boy
  8. Thats entertainment
  9. Broken stones
  10. Long hot summer
  11. Shout to the top
  12. A town called malice

Product Description

Product Description

PAUL WELLER Catch - Flame! Live At Alexandra Palace (2006 UK Limited Edition 2-CD album featuring 23 tracks recorded Live at Londons Alexandra Palace on 5th December 2005 the final show at the end of a sold-out tour. Includes From The Floorboards Up The Changing Man Come On / Lets Go You Do Something To Me Thats Entertainment Shout To The Top and A Town Called Malice. Housed in a gatefold card picture sleeve with illustrated inners VVR1039398)

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Sometimes it might not be all too helpful to be backwards looking, but that is of course difficult with a retrospective, and under such circumstances you just can’t avoid the torrent of contradictions that spew forth from Britpop-adopted statesman/grandad Paul Weller. There was, for example, the flood of vitriol against his fellow Brit Award nominees before he blithely accepted the ‘outstanding contribution’ thing anyway. There is then the fact that he was in both The Jam and The Style Council. And also that despite his ideological rallying against it in his early days he now pretty much lives off nostalgia’s interest alone, this album being case in point, despite knocking out a decent little solo album not long ago.

This collection was recorded live at Alexandra Palace in North London at the end of 2005 and whatever you could say about his live band, you can’t call them anything other than tight, seasoned and unfalteringly professional. They strut between choice cuts from his solo career ("Peacock Suit", "Porcelain Gods", "You Do Something To Me", the recent "Come On Let’s Go") with consummate ease, and aside from a couple of wandering solos make this experience as effortless for the listener as it seems it was for them. Weller stands at the heart of all this like a deep-rooted oak. And if there are dips at any point, and there are a couple, the extensive set is justified by how fabulously redeeming "A Town Called Malice" still sounds at its climax.--James Berry

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I have to say that I only wrote this review because the main amazon review irritated me so much. I really don't know what Paul Weller does to deserve such acidic reviews, even when the reviews are positive they seem to be so begrudging in their content that you know the reviewer is hating himself/herself for the good words. I would urge anyone who listens to this to forget who PW is and just listen - its good stuff! He's a fantastic musician and writes some great songs - this alone makes this album worth buying. Now my title probably gives my away my prejudiced but you listen to "town called malice" and just tell me this is not a great album by a great artist!! enjoy!!.
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For years Paul Weller has been regarded as one of the leading live performers and with such a strong back catalogue has always managed to keep his live shows fresh. Musically his band are fanatstic making a number of the 'live' performances even better than the already excellent studio recordings. Having only got this a few days ago the stand out tracks so far are 'Changing Man' 'Blink and you'll miss it' from his solo material and of course 'that's Entertainment' and 'A town called malice' from The Jam days. With 23 tracks and very little filler this is a great value purchase.
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I am a big Jam / Weller fan , I saw the Jam live in my youth and have seen Paul solo several times . But this CD disappointed me . I saw him on this tour admittedly not at Alexander Palace ,but at what was probably a smaller venue ( The Brentwood Centre ). Now I know that live CD's are a difficult concept to carry off but I feel this ones missed the mark , it seems over produced , and doesn't really convey the atmosphere there is very little audience participation until the very end when Paul performs "Town Called Malice" , before this you could almost wonder if the audience had been dubbed on later . There is no "banter" from Paul , and almost no track introductions ...Die hard fan's will buy it undoubtably as I have done , but don't expect to be thrilled by it .
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This is the ideal album to listen to some of the best records recorded in the last 25 years, with Paul Weller live you always know that you are in for a treat, there is compassion, tight musicianship and hard hitting lyrics,and with this 2 disc cd you get all this in your front room (or i.pod). From tracks from jam and style council days upto songs from his latest studio album, Paul provides proof of why he won a brits award earlier this year. In my view you can only beat the atmosphere of this set by actually seeing him live, the whole band play with style and you can sense the enjoyment everyone is having.If you love live music this is a must have.
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Simply stunning. A great cd that boasts all the hits ranging from the angry days of The Jam, the coffe house infused Style Council through to the modern day anthems of his solo work. This live album is an absolute must for any weller fans collection. It was recorded live at the London leg of his tour to promote "As Is Now" and captures a genius at work. Its hard to believe that someone who nearly a half of a century old can produce such an energetic and awe inspiring performance, but this confirms it can me done. The Mods live on.....
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