Label: Paul Needs Music
Artists Genre: Rock
Paul Needs releases "Hot & Cool" swing CD
Following his recent performance at Swansea Grand
Theatre, Paul has released an album of Hot and Cool
swing jazz songs entitled, aptly enough, “Hot & Cool”
(PNM Recordings Cat No PNM0012006).
Featuring ten classic songs by writers including
Jerome Kern & Dorothy Fields, Rogers & Hart and Sammy
Cahn, the songs are already proving a smash with those
who have seen Paul perform live.
A full show of the album tracks and other similar
songs is currently in rehearsal, and is expected to
commence performing in late Spring of this year.
The song has already received preview airplay on BBC
Radio Wales, and more stations are expected to feature
Paul in the near future. It is now on sale from his
website at www.paulneeds.co.uk
For sales, distribution and licensing enquiries:
Welsh Music Promotions
Quotes on album track "Don't Want To Love You"
The hook is good the singers voice is cool. Mix well
yea sounds good. Lyrics are very refreshing an
Van Nuys, California
Good effort I like it, kinda John Lennon like.
John L. comes out in vocals. - ISBFAN
This is allright,i love this style...a good band, good
lyrics,and yes the mix is good...i like it a
lot!- Dansety Hilversum,
Noord Holland, Netherlands
Nice stuff. I think the song is pretty strong overall,
i typically go for more complex songs
lyrically, but this isn't bad. the mix is pretty good
as well. - mercStars,
Brooklyn, New York
Big sound in the intro, sounds a bit country-ish, a
little bit of twang in there. Just a hint of Neil
Young. Good instrumental hook under the pre-chorus or
start of the chorus. - MilesAway
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Bass is cool i like the bowie like chord progression
and vocals. mix is good nothing overpowering the
killer vox. I dont wanna love you. Everyone can relate
I like it and the marching part in chorus is
cool. - bukiboo
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
AHHHH-like a tall glass of cold lemonade on a hot
summer day-there are good songwriters left in the
East Islip, New York
Rolling Stones meet's the Smiths, with Davey Jones
singing lead. Bitter-sweet and touchingly retro.
With all that in mind, it's a catchy tune. Stumbling
Mowtown beat. I enjoy the sound quality...
warmly low-fi. Charming. - inspi Kansas City, Missouri
Latest quotes about "Where were you the day they
burned Miami down?":
Here's something special!
This is terrific! The song opens (and ends) with a
nostalgic montage of fairground sounds and then hits
you right beween the eyes with an amazing wall of hard
rock guitars, so much more powerful than they would be
without that intro. The singer has a voice that
reminds me very strongly of Al Stewart and the lyrics
made me laugh out loud - very funny questions asked of
The Farmers Wife, London, England, United Kingdom
really liked the first track - you still got it!
Pat Lyons, Wales
Really liked the last track - reminded me of "Black
Andy Bennett, Wales
I like the circus intro. Good job of producing this
epic song. I truly think the song is very enjoyable to
listen to very catchy.
smokeypete Fiddletown, California
Killer intro.....WOW! darn near blew my speakers up,
but it would have been worth it, nice power.
Procarm, from Conshohocken, Pennsylvania
Just got the CD over the weekend Paul. It's really
good! The first track is catchy and reminds me of
Jason and the Scortchers! You rock!
Bill Jehle, USA
I wanted to dance. The song was good musically, I
would have enjoyed hearing you live at a venue. Your
arrangement kept me interested. The guitar and drums
sounded really talented.
Vamby, Upstate, New York
"This was music that had not only escaped but had
robbed a bank on the way out.
It was music with its sleeves rolled up and its top
button undone, raising its hat and grinning and
stealing the silver".
Terry Pratchett "Soul Music".
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