Lyrics to "Kosmos" song by Paul Weller: Life's complexities trouble your rise As you attempt to ascend into the high Is there nowhere else . .Take a ride into the soon Be the first one on the moon Take a slide, come back to earth It's to the Kosmos - men dare - to look for something. Flying high - never come down Flying high - don't know how to come down.
Paul Weller is Paul Weller's first solo album, released in 1992. After disbanding The Style Council and leaving label Polydor in 1989, Weller formed The Paul Weller Movement in 1990, releasing a single, "Into Tomorrow", on his own Freedom High record label, in October 1991. Its success - reaching in the UK chart - led to Weller being offered a new record deal with Go! Discs, and the resulting album was released on 1 September 1992, reaching on the UK album chart.
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Design – Paul Weller, Simon Halfon. Drums, Percussion – Steve White (3). Engineer – Martin "Max" Heyes (tracks: 1-1 to 1-12). Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion – Paul Weller. Liner Notes, Interviewer – Lois Wilson. Management – Andy Street (3). Other – Brendan Lynch, Dean Rudland, Jon Harrington, Marco Nelson, Paul Weller, Steve White (3). Photography By – Lawrence Watson, Nick Knight, Simon Halfon. Photography By – Nick Knight. Producer – Brendan Lynch (tracks: 1-1 to 1-12), Paul Weller (tracks: 1-1 to 1-12). Remastered By – Tibor Pecsi. Saxophone, Flute, Backing Vocals – Jacko Paake. After disbanding The Style Council and leaving label Polydor in 1989, Weller formed The Paul Weller Movement in 1990, releasing a single, Into Tomorrow, on his own Freedom High record label, in October 1991.
Arranged By – Brendan Lynch, Paul Weller. Artwork – Paul Weller, Simon Halfon. It was only released in Japan at first and the track listing differs from other releases.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). So for lti instrumentalist Paul Weller this solo album says a lot about who he is. He's manged to mix up the rockier aspect of the Jam with the many shades of soul and funk of the Style Council. And managed to "keep it real" with music that is very live in flavor but also produced slicky as well.