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Find the Torch, Burn the Plans CD+DVD, DVD Audio

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  • Audio CD (29 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, DVD Audio
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B004997U9W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,224 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Andromeda
  2. From The Floorboards Up
  3. 7&3 Is The Striker's Name
  4. Into Tomorrow
  5. Aim High
  6. Moonshine
  7. Up The Dosage
  8. Trees
  9. Wild Wood
  10. Eton Rifles - Paul Weller, Kelly Jones
  11. That's Entertainment
  12. Fast Car/Slow Traffic
  13. Start!
  14. Sea Spray
  15. Strange Town
  16. Broken Stones
  17. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) - Paul Weller, Lauren Pritchard
  18. No Tears To Cry - Paul Weller, Richard Hawley

Disc: 2

  1. Wake Up The Nation
  2. Andromeda
  3. From The Floorboards Up
  4. 7&3 Is The Striker's Name
  5. Into Tomorrow
  6. Aim High
  7. Moonshine
  8. Up The Dosage
  9. Strange Town
  10. Wake Up The Nation
  11. Shout To The Top
  12. Trees
  13. You Do Something
  14. One Bright Star
  15. Wild Wood
  16. Eton Rifles - Paul Weller, Kelly Jones
  17. That's Entertainment
  18. Fast Car/Slow Traffic
  19. Come On / Lets Go
  20. Why Walk When You Can Run
  21. Misty Morning
  22. Lite Nights
  23. Butterfly
  24. Brand New Start
  25. Find The Torch/Burn The Plans
  26. Art School
  27. Scrape Away
  28. Pieces Of A Dream

Product description

Product description

Paul Weller Live 2010 (CD DVD)

BBC Review

Thirty-two years on from putting together his first band, critical consensus of Paul Weller’s music continues to change as often as the seasons. An often misunderstood yet always uncompromising fixture of British rock, his last three studio albums have been spoken of with the sort of respect he last enjoyed with 1995’s Stanley Road.

The current thinking towards Weller is fond; only the unenlightened give kudos to the growly, cabbie-beloved pub-rocker myth his naysayers would tag him as. 2005’s As Is Now started the renaissance. The pastoral, psychedelic 22 Dreams was one of the strangest releases of 2008, while April’s Wake Up the Nation, saw him reunited on record with The Jam’s Bruce Foxton for the first time since 1982. Not that it suggested a man looking back.

That record, more than any other, showcased a sound that was laced with timeless punk fury, with adventurous Kevin Shields-assisted sound collage 7 & 3 Is the Strikers Name more visceral than the output of many his junior. His rant on the title-track of "get your face off the Facebook and turn off your phone" may have fleetingly made him sound all of his 52 years, but the energy of the piece was youthful, angry and alarming.

This live release, packaged with Julien Temple-directed documentary Find the Torch, Burn the Plans, splits its running time between a performance at the Royal Albert Hall and at the BBC Theatre from earlier this year. A divide runs down the middle of the material, too; it’s almost contrary that the Woking man has chosen to cap an experimental flourish with a live release that spends much of its running time pairing his more laboured compositions (Wild Wood, et al) with songs from the last three albums. But as a document of the modern Paul Weller, it couldn’t be more accurate.

Because what’s most notable about the release, more than the special guests (Richard Hawley, Lauren Prichard, Kelly Jones on a pair of Jam hits), is how comfortable the songwriter appears marrying his past and present. The challenging moments of his recent records rarely jar with the familiar Beat-indebted rock of yore, and what comes transpires sounds like a man enjoying, yet sporadically prodding his most recent reappraisal.

Who knows what’s next for a man with constant form for surprise, or how critical opinion will play out from here. But right here, right now, Paul Weller sounds like a man confidently assured of what it means to be Paul Weller right now.

--James McMahon

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