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4.8 out of 5 stars
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4.8 out of 5 stars
At The BBC
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Price:£7.70+ £1.26 shipping

on 8 June 2017
Delivery time better than expected , and the CD has to be one of the best Paul Weller CD,s I have heard .
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on 4 May 2017
Acoustic and full on electric band versions of greta songs live.
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on 30 November 2012
...excellent set,sadly I missed the limited 4cd box,didn't know just how limited it was,until it'd gone,but I'm completely happy with this 2cd set,and can't really see how the other could've really bettered it.First rate,and then some.
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on 3 April 2017
Great CD CD came quickly recommend
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on 2 February 2009
Great value and excellent alternative live versions of his studio greats. I like Weller's acoustic as much as his rock stuff.

Highly recommended to Weller fans. If you don't know Weller (is there anyone?)start with As Is Now and Wild Wood CDs.
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on 27 July 2017
This is a brilliant double CD of live in the studio tracks on disc one and a selection of live in concert tracks on disc two. The sound quality is superb on both discs and this album should be in every fans collection. Highly recommended!
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on 24 January 2010
4 CDs just full of Weller magic. Something for every mood. The first two CDs are outakes from guest spots on radio shows, the third and fourth are from BBC concert out takes. I just love the way the recordings are faithful to the moment and bring home the joy of "performance". Paul Weller is a consumate performer, his best recordings are his live recordings. You get really close to him on these tracks. Wonderful.
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on 3 February 2009
I was so glad to play this again and again.
There are great versions of Science and "Up in Suzee's room".
Also CD3 is all live, with an early 1990s acid jazz concert, featuring 7 great songs (including Style Council masterpieces "My ever changing moods," "A Man of Great Promise" and "Speak like a child", late Jam song "Pity Poor Alfie" , cover of "Just like Yesterday" and great version of "Work to do" as well as perhaps the best recording ever of Paul's greatest song "Kosmos."
That song alone sells it for me.
This is a thoroughly enjoyable collection, even if you're not a Weller fan.
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on 3 March 2009
Paul Weller is one of those eternally young, classy statesmen whom one always feels rather jealous of. These 39 tracks are proof that he can do little wrong. Of course, his own classics are treated to both bare-boned reworkings for different BBC sessions as well as sharp-dressed, exciting concerts. But it's the covers that really are the taste-treat here.Check out the bluesy Corrina,Corrina, his take on Canadian Gordon Lightfoot's folk classic Early Morning Rain, the cooly raw Pretty Flamingo, and concert treasures What's Goin' On and Walk On Gilded Splinters. Wellr finds ways to possess these songs so they rise way above mere imitation. Both discs are set up chronolgically as they should be. If you're meeting him for the first time, you'll be enchanted, and longtime fans will find enough mouth-watering treats to keep them in the candy-store until the last song.
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on 4 November 2008
The time span covered here gives valuable and rare insight on how Weller picked himself up from the dip at the end of The Style Council days. Always an artist to exude supreme confidence, you can pick up little fragments of him feeling his way back in and then you get it full on. If you're new and interested in getting to know the artist; if you've followed him since TOTP appearance and that Heinz apron or, indeed, at any point through his immense career - this is indispensable. Re-Mastering excellent.
Oh, and the packaging is not bad either!
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