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article imageReview: Paul Weller soars on new studio album 'A Kind Revolution' Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 12, 2017 in Music
Veteran music star Paul Weller released his new studio album, "A Kind Revolution," on May 12 via Parlophone Records/Warner Bros. Records.
The CD opens with the mid-tempo, bluesy tune "Woo Sé Mama," and it is followed by the crisp and haunting "Nova." "Long Long Road" is a captivating ballad on the collection, while "She Moves with the Fayre" has a retro, sultry vibe to it.
Weller shows his wide range as a recording artist on soulful ballad "The Cranes are Back," which is an extremely well-written tune. After the infectious "Hopper," he pays tribute to the "Big Apple" with the smooth track "New York."
After the lengthy "One Tear," the album closes with "Satellite Kid," which is the song that Weller claimed as his personal favorite on the album, as well as the upbeat tune "The Impossible Idea."
A Kind Revolution is available on iTunes.
The Verdict
Overall, Paul Weller has released an impressive new album, A Kind Revolution. There is a lot of musical diversity on this project. It garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Digital Journal chatted with Paul Weller about his new album.
To learn more about singer-songwriter Paul Weller and his new CD, check out his official website and Facebook page.
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