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The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop (Album Version)
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP (ALBUM VERSION) | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP | 1985 Please before notifying youtube an infringement of copyright of any song that are in my channel, contact me and I'll delete the song immediately Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
Views: 14312 Fran Corao
THE STYLE COUNCIL - Our Favourite Shop (Club Mix) 12"
 
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1985. 12" - COME TO MILTON KEYNES. ------------ Uno de los innumerables maxisingles de nuestro dúo favorito, perteneciente a su año mágico: 1985. El tema instrumental de Mick Talbot que dio título a su flamante 2º Lp OUR FAVOURITE SHOP, aquí en su versión extendida con sabor a samba. En este maxi también figuraba una versión larga (también bautizada como Club Mix) de THE LODGERS, una tema reinterpretado mil veces (bueno, creo que tres), cada una con una mezcla distinta, pero que no acabaría de cuajar del todo para mi gusto (versión Lp, versión maxi, y en una nueva versión a petición popular publicada expresamente).
Views: 13971 Manu Guinarte
Mick Talbot LIVE - "Our Favourite Shop" - '85
 
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I wonder if his organ ever fell over?!
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The Style Council - Shout To The Top
 
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Music video by The Style Council performing Shout To The Top. (C) 1984 PolyGram Video International
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Style Council - A Man of Great Promise
 
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Song from "Our Favourite Shop" album.
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The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop (TV Commercial, 1985)
 
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Tv commercial for the album, voiced by actor Ruper Everett who appeared on the album cover in a poster for the movie "Another Country". It was added at the end of credits on the TSC video compilation "What We Did The Following Year" which was deleted many years ago and is included here due to its current unavailability. Fair use claimed on this clip. I do not hold copyright and have uploaded this clip for the purpose of research, comment, review, reference and cultural & historical importance. The clip is officially unavailable elsewhere & therefore does not infringe on any sales; rather it actively promotes the legal purchase of available materials.
Views: 9338 MisterCoolsDream
The Style Council "Our Favourite Shop" (live)
 
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From the 1986 live album Home and Abroad
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The Style Council - Homebreakers (HQ)
 
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The Style Council - Homebreakers (HQ)....From The 1985 Album "Our Favourite Shop"
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Style Council - Luck
 
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From the Style Council's 1985 album "Our Favorite Shop"
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Our Favourite Shop TV Ad - The Style Council (1985)
 
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Our Favourite Shop TV Ad from 1985
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The Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down!
 
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Music video by The Style Council performing Walls Come Tumbling Down!. (C) 1985 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
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The Style Council - The Lodgers
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL - THE LODGERS (OR SHE WAS ONLY A SHOPKEEPER'S DAUGHTER) - OUR FAVOURITE SHOP (1985) Please before notifying youtube an infringement of copyright of any song that are in my channel, contact me and I'll delete the song immediately Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
Views: 79497 Fran Corao
THE STYLE COUNCIL - Live Showbiz (VHS)
 
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TSC Live Showbiz (1986). From my VHS collection. 1) THE BIG BOSS GROOVE (02:02) 2) (WHEN YOU) CALL ME (07:06) 3) SHOUT TO THE TOP (11:28) 4) HOMEBREAKERS (15:14) 5) WITH EVERYTHING TO LOSE (20.18) 6) OUR FAVOURITE SHOP (24:30) 7) HEADSTART FOR HAPPINESS (28:08) 8) LONG HOT SUMMER (31:33) 9) WALLS COME TUMBLING DOWN (36:10) 10) A STONE'S THROW AWAY (40:36) 11) SOUL DEEP/STRENGTH OF YOUR NATURE (MEDLEY) (43:04) 12) INTERNATIONALIST (46:28) ------------ Personnel: Paul Weller: Vocals, guitar. Mick Talbot: Keyboards, vocals. Dee C. Lee: Vocals. Steve White: Drums. Helen Turner: Keyboards. Mike Mower: Saxophone, flute. Guy Barker: Trumpet. Stewart Prosser: Trumpet. Chris Lawrence: Trombone. Camille Hinds: Bass. Soul Deep Singer: Junior Giscombe. Guitar on “Our favourite Shop”: ?
Views: 97857 Manu Guinarte
Style Council-Our favorite shop
 
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dedicato alle donne,ke senza di loro........ e del buon vino.......e delle risate degli amici...........e della buona musica, non varrebbe la pena vivere.
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The Style Council Our Favourite Shop Album Review
 
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In this video I look in detail at Paul Weller and The Style Council's 2nd full studio album Our Favourite Shop from 1985.
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The Style Council - All Gone Away (HQ)
 
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The Style Council - All Gone Away (HQ) From The 1985 Album "Our Favourite Shop"
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Style Council - Shout To The Top
 
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OUR FAVOURITE SHOP (1985)
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The Style Council - A Stones Throw Away
 
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The Style Council 1985 from the album "Our Favorite Shop"....For liberty there is a cost - its broken skulls and leather cosh, From the boys in uniform - now you know whose side their on - With backing - with blessing, From earthly gods not heaven, A stones throw away from it all. Whatever pleasures those who get - from stripping skin with rhino whip, Are the kind that must be stopped - before their kind take all we've got - With loving - with caring, They take great pride in working, The stones throw away from it all. Whenever honesty persists - you'll hear the snap of broken ribs, Of anyone who'll take no more - of the lying bastards roar - In Chile - In Poland, Johannesburg - South Yorkshire, A stones throw away: Now we're there.
Views: 41994 Vinny Eastwood
A Man Of Great Promise - The Style Council (The Tube 1984)
 
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The Style Council live on The Tube performing 'A Man Of Great Promise' from their 'Our Favourite Shop' album released the following year
Views: 1430 Paul Lockhart
The Style Council - My Favourite Shop raccontato su Undercover!
 
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Il terzo disco capolavoro degli Style Council, la band fondata da Paul Weller che non ha mai voluto piegarsi a un genere specifico.
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The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop (Alternative Version)
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP (ALTERNATIVE VERSION) | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP DELUXE EDITION 2007 Please before notifying youtube an infringement of copyright of any song that are in my channel, contact me and I'll delete the song immediately Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
Views: 630 Fran Corao
Style Council - Our favourite shop (1985 Club mix)
 
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https://www.discogs.com/it/Style-Council-Come-To-Milton-Keynes/release/828516
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Les Cappuccino - Our Favourite Shop (Cover)
 
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Les Cappuccino,Live in Tokyo,Japan Featuring "Masanori Shimada"(Soul Mission) http://www.myspace.com/lescappuccino http://www.lescappuccino.com
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The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop - 1985 (Fast)
 
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The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop - 1985 (Fast) Accelerated Pitch +15%.
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The Style Council - Internationalists
 
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Taken from the 1985 album, Our Favourite Shop
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The Style Council - You're The Best Thing (Live Tokyo 1984)
 
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Guitarist/vocalist Paul Weller broke up the Jam, the most popular British band of the early '80s, at the height of their success in 1982 because he was dissatisfied with their musical direction. Weller wanted to incorporate more elements of soul, R&B, and jazz into his songwriting, which is something he felt his punk-oriented bandmates were incapable of performing. In order to pursue this musical direction, he teamed up in 1983 with keyboardist Mick Talbot, a former member of the mod revival band the Merton Parkas. Together, Weller and Talbot became the Style Council -- other musicians were added according to what kind of music the duo were performing. With the Style Council, the underlying intellectual pretensions that ran throughout Weller's music came to the forefront. Although the music was rooted in American R&B, it was performed slickly -- complete with layers of synthesizers and drum machines -- and filtered through European styles and attitudes. Weller's lyrics were typically earnest, yet his leftist political leanings became more pronounced. His scathing criticisms of racism, unemployment, Margaret Thatcher, and sexism sat uneasily beside his burgeoning obsession with high culture. As his pretensions increased, the number of hits the Style Council had decreased; by the end of the decade, the group was barely able to crack the British Top 40 and Weller had turned from a hero into a has-been. Released in March of 1983, the Style Council's first single "Speak Like a Child" became an immediate hit, reaching number four on the British charts. Three months later, "The Money-Go-Round" peaked at number 11 on the charts as the group was recording an EP, Paris, which appeared in August; the EP reached number three. "Solid Bond in Your Heart" became another hit in November, peaking at number 11. The Style Council released their first full-length album, Cafe Bleu, in March of 1984; two months later, a resequenced version of the record, retitled My Ever Changing Moods, was released in America. Cafe Bleu was Weller's most stylistically ambitious album to date, drawing from jazz, soul, rap, and pop. While it was musically all over the map, it was their most successful album, peaking at number five in the U.K. and number 56 in the U.S. "My Ever Changing Moods" became their first U.S. hit, peaking at number 29. In the summer of 1985, the Style Council had another U.K. Top Ten hit with "The Walls Come Tumbling Down." The single was taken from Our Favourite Shop, which reached number one on the U.K. charts; the record was released as Internationalists in the U.S. The live album, Home and Abroad, was released in the spring of 1986; it peaked at number eight. The Style Council had its last Top Ten single with "It Didn't Matter" in January of 1987. The Cost of Loving, an album that featured a heavy emphasis on jazz-inspired soul, followed in February. Although it received unfavorable reviews, the record peaked at number two in the U.K. That spring, "Waiting" became the group's first single not to crack the British Top 40, signalling that their popularity was rapidly declining. In July of 1988, the Style Council released their last album, Confessions of a Pop Group, which featured Weller's most self-important and pompous music -- the second side featured a ten-minute orchestral suite called "The Gardener of Eden." The record charted fairly well, reaching number 15 in the U.K., but it received terrible reviews. In March of 1989, the Style Council released a compilation, The Singular Adventures of the Style Council, which reached number three on the charts. Later that year, Weller delivered a new Style Council album, which reflected his infatuation with house and club music, to the band's record label Polydor. Polydor rejected the album and dropped both the Style Council and Weller from the label. Paul Weller and Mick Talbot officially broke up the Style Council in 1990. In 1991, Weller launched a solo career which would return him to popular and critical favor in the mid-'90s, while Talbot continued to play, both with Weller and as a solo musician. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide
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Style Council   Walls Come Tumbling Down
 
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From Our Favourite Shop 1985 BBC Old Grey Whistle Test
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Style Council - The Boy Who Cried Wolf (HQ)
 
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Style Council - The Boy Who Cried Wolf (HQ) From The 1985 Album "My Favourite Shop"
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The Style Council - Internationalists (The Lenny Henry Show, 1985)
 
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The Style Council miming to their album track on BBC1's "The Lenny Henry Show". It was broadcast on 26th September 1985 on a programme that followed their appearance on TOTP to perform The Lodgers... 2 TSC appearances on 2 shows on the same night! This clip was recorded some time earlier than the broadcast date as Paul Weller had bleached-blonde hair on TOTP whilst he was seen later that evening in this clip sporting his natural hair colour. Fair use claimed on this clip. I do not hold copyright and have uploaded this clip for the purpose of research, comment, review, reference and cultural & historical importance. The clip is officially unavailable elsewhere & therefore does not infringe on any sales; rather it actively promotes the legal purchase of available materials.
Views: 19824 MisterCoolsDream
The Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down
 
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Internationalists '85 Tour, Wembley Arena, London, December 10th, 1985 subtitled original video
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Angel ♫ The Style Council Ft. Dee C. Lee
 
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From the album “The Cost of Loving” 1987 Written-By : Morten, Griffen, Sully Produced By : Paul Weller Credits Bass – Camelle Hinds Mixed By – The Valentine Brothers Arranged By [Orchestrations] – John Mealing Drums, Percussion – Steve White Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Dee C. Lee Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer, Drum Programming – Paul Weller Organ [Hammond], Piano [Forte], Keyboards [Wurlitzer], Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer, Synthesizer [Bass] – Mick Talbot The Style Council were an English band formed in 1983 by Paul Weller, the former singer, songwriter, and guitarist with the punk rock/new wave/mod revival band The Jam, and keyboardist Mick Talbot, previously a member of Dexys Midnight Runners, The Bureau and The Merton Parkas.[2] The band enabled Weller to take a more soulful direction with his music. The band was founded in early 1983 by Paul Weller and initially consisted only of himself and Mick Talbot, who Weller said he chose because "he shares my hatred of the rock myth and the rock culture". Near the end of 1983, these songs were compiled on Introducing The Style Council, a mini-album initially released in Japan, the Netherlands, Canada, and the US only. In 1984, the single "My Ever Changing Moods", backed with the Hammond organ instrumental "Mick's Company", reached No. 29 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US. The song remains Weller's greatest success in the US (including his efforts in The Jam and as a solo artist), while the group reached the peak of its success in the UK with the 1985 album Our Favourite Shop. The band played in New York City in May, 1984. All of The Style Council's UK releases (including singles, 12" maxis, albums, compact discs and re-issues thereof) featured the work of graphic designer Simon Halfon, who often collaborated with Weller to hone his ideas into a graphic form. Weller and Halfon began working together at the end of The Jam's career, and continue to work together on Weller's solo material. VIDEO DISCLAIMER : Video is made for entertainment purposes. No copyright infringement is intended in the making of this video.
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The Style Council - Internationalists (Demo)
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL | INTERNATIONALISTS | UNRELEASED DEMO 1985 | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP DELUXE EDITION 2007
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Our Favourite Shop / Styl Council / DISCO  MIX / Both .....!!!
 
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Our Favourite Shop / Styl Council / DISCO MIX / Both .....!!!
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The Style Council: Internationalists
 
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Live in Melbourne, 18/8/1985 Shared for fun and interest only. If you enjoy the music, please support the artists. DON'T STEAL MUSIC
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The Style Council - The Lodgers (Album Version)
 
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Another of my favorite tracks from the English band The Style Council, with co-lead vocals by Dee C. Lee. The single version of this song was remixed with a more relaxed and laid back funkier groove, but I prefer this brighter and livelier, more upbeat album version with that fantastic organ bit before the middle portion. The Lodgers peaked at #13 on the UK pop charts in 1985; I felt it deserved to be a bigger hit though. from the album Our Favourite Shop written by Paul Weller and Mick Talbot © copyright 1985 Polydor Ltd (London), Stylist Music, EMI Music Publishing Co Ltd. All rights reserved.
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OUR FAVORITE SHOP THE STYLE COUNCIL eddie cover
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL: OUR FAVORITE SHOP cover
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The Style Council Featuring Dee C. Lee - The Lodgers 12” Single
 
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taken from the Album “Our Favourite Shop”, US Edition (released as “Internationalists”) Vinyl, 12”, Single, 45 RPM, UK - 1985 Polydor — TSCX 10 1080p 00:00 - - - A The Lodgers (Extended Mix) Written by-Talbot, Weller The Style Council are: Vocals & Guitar - Paul Weller Keyboards - Mick Talbot Drums & Percussion - Steve White Vocals - Dee C. Lee Trombone - Ashley Slater, Chris Lawrence, Pete Thams Trumpet - Guy Barker, Luke Tunney, Roddy Lorimer Congas - Steve Sidelnyk Horn Arrangement - John Mealing Design - Messrs. Weller & Halton Engineer, Mixed By Brian Robson Producete by Paul Weller & Brian Robson Photography by David Corio ℗ 1985 Polydor Ltd. (London) © 1985 Polydor Ltd. (London) Marketed and distributed in the U.K. by Polydor Ltd. Made in England Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Style_Council https://www.discogs.com/artist/28875-The-Style-Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lodgers https://www.discogs.com/Style-CouncilFeaturing-Dee-C-Lee-The-Lodgers/release/560955 http://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-style-council-mn0000918600 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book:The_Style_Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Weller https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkxeu7mCXz0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycN5qCv65w0 . . . . *************************************************************************** Buy or stream this Album (e.g.) at…..: . . . . http://www.allmusic.com/album/our-favourite-shop-mw0000463096 . . . . .
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Our Favourite Shop
 
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Lito & Me making music pellas. Thanks to ACDC for "Whole Lotta Rosie"
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The Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down - Countdown Australia - 1985
 
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"Walls Come Tumbling Down!" is a song by the English band The Style Council which was their ninth single to be released. It was composed by lead singer Paul Weller, and was released in 1985. It is the first single from the band's second album, Our Favourite Shop (1985). It peaked at #19 in Australia.
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The Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down!  full 7” Single
 
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taken from the Album “Our Favourite Shop”, US Edition (released as “Internationalists”) Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, West Germany - 1985 1080p 00:00 - - - A — Walls Come Tumbling Down! 03:25 - - - End Side a) 03:40 - - - B — The Council Folk Club Presents: "The Whole Point II" 06:38 - - - End Side b) The Style Council are: Vocals & Guitar - Paul Weller Hammond Organ, Piano Forte, Synths, Himalayan Flute - Mick Talbot Drums & Percussion - Steve White Vocals - Dee C. Lee Piano (on track 1) - Helen Turner Photography by - Nick Knight Design - Messrs. Halfon & Weller Produced by - Peter Wilson & Paul Weller Written by - Paul Weller Produced For Solid Bond Productions Ltd. Published By EMI Music Publishing Ltd. Made and Printed In West Germany Phonographic Copyright ℗ Polydor Ltd. Copyright © Polydor Ltd. Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Style_Council https://www.discogs.com/artist/28875-The-Style-Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walls_Come_Tumbling_Down! https://www.discogs.com/Style-Council-Walls-Come-Tumbling-Down/release/375201 http://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-style-council-mn0000918600 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book:The_Style_Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Weller https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1H8lkkOrhw . . . . .
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Dee C. Lee / The Style Council - Luck (Live)
 
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The studio version of this song, sung by Paul Weller, is available on the 2nd Style Council album "Our Favourite Shop". This version is actually The Style Council performing live with Dee doing the lead vocal. It was available on the 12" of her top 3 single "See The Day" Release details: http://www.discogs.com/Dee-C-Lee-See-The-Day/release/416912
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Paul Weller 'A Man Of Great Promise '
 
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Paul Weller October 16th 2002 @ Braehead singing an old style council song from 'Our Favorite Shop'
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The Style Council - With Everything To Lose (Blue Remix)
 
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THE STYLE COUNCIL | WITH EVERYTHING TO LOSE (BLUE REMIX) | UNRELEASED VERSION | OUR FAVOURITE SHOP DELUXE EDITION 2007 Please before notifying youtube an infringement of copyright of any song that are in my channel, contact me and I'll delete the song immediately Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
Views: 1424 Fran Corao
The Style Council - Shout To The Top (12inch)
 
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From The Album Internationalists It is a record sound source!! twitter https://twitter.com/ilove_indiepop
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