The original acoustic version from Paul and the boys from the UK LP Cafe Bleu (1984). Later LP versions including the USA LP titled "My Ever Changing Moods" only included the full 12" single version. Enjoy, Soul It's The Real Thing!
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From the 1984 album Cafe Bleu, Ben Watt on guitar.
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one of the best Style Council songs - this is the version with Paul Weller's vocals lyrics: Empty hours Spent combing the street In daytime showers They've become my beat; As I walk from cafe to bar I wish I knew where you are; Because you've clouded my mind And now I'm all out of time Empty skies say try to forget Better advice is to have no regrets; As I tread the boulevard floor Will I see you once more; Because you've clouded my mind 'Till then I'm biding my time I'm only sad in a natural way And I enjoy sometimes feeling this way The gift you gave is desire The match that started my fire Empty nights with nothing to do I sit and think, every thought is for you; I get so restless and bored So I go out once more; I hate to feel so confined I feel like I'm wasting my time I'm only sad in a natural way And I enjoy sometimes feeling this way The gift you gave is desire The match that started my fire
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From the album Café Bleu. Lyrics: The lords and ladies pass a ruling That sons and girls go hand in land From good stock and the best breeding Paid for by the servile class Who have been told all lie in state To bow down forth and face their fate Its so easy. So, so easy All righteousness did build thy arrow To shoot it straight into their lies Who would expect the mighty sparrow Could rid our world of all their kind? Rising up and taking back The property of every man Oh its easy. So, so easy Rising up to break this thing From family trees the dukes do swing Just one blow to scratch the itch The laws made for and by the rich It would be easy. So, so easy.
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brilliant up tempo version. uploaded for fair use.
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TSC Meeting in Japan. Far East & Far Out. 1984 Tour. From my VHS collection. 1) INTRO - ME SHIP CAME IN. 2) THE BIG BOSS GROOVE 3) HERE'S ONE THAT GOT AWAY 4) YOU'RE THE BEST THING 5) IT JUST CAME TO PIECES IN MY HANDS 6) LONG HOT SUMMER 7) MY EVER CHANGING MOODS 8) LE DÉPART 9) THE WHOLE POINT OF NO RETURN 10) MONEY GO ROUND 11) HEADSTART FOR HAPPINESS 12) SPEAK LIKE A CHILD 13) REPRISE - LE DÉPART (credits) THE COUNCILLORS: paul weller: guitar & vocal mick talbot: keyboards & vocal steve white: drums chris lawrence: trombone stewart prosset: trumpet anthony harty: bass steve sidelnyk: percussion billy champan: saxophone jay williamson: backing vocals helen turner: keyboards & backing vocals music producer: peter wilson ARIGATO.
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Original broadcast of a rare performance of The Paris Match from the A Paris EP on Top of the Pops. TSC at the Respond Possee Tour at the Palace Theatre London in 1983. Broadcast on Radio One's In Concert programme. From the 1984 album Cafe Bleu, Ben Watt on guitar. Paul, Mick and Dee with Richard Skinner on Radio One's Saturday Live, December 31st 1983. Songs performed were, My Ever Changing Moods, Mick's .
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From the album Café Bleu. Lyrics: When I find you waiting hours; oh, You're there to save my life for our obvious goal We've got a head start for happiness For our part, guess we must be blessed For this feeling to be so strong Tell me is that so wrong? The space between us for days has been so far; I've spent a lonely week Now I wanna be where you are We've got a headstart for happiness, for our part Guess we must be kissed by this force I feel inside Now I'm not gonna hide. All the roads that lead to struggles bring you back to where you need Some reassurance in your own depth, only you can see, but let others feel Peace in my mind I'm so happy to find As I get on my trek with a head start back to you. You'll find it can happen You'll find you've got the strength You can move a mountain You just need the confidence In yourself and all you've got to take this world And shake it up Let no one say they're better than you You must believe you've got the power To rise above the lies 'Cause what we're dealing here with today is a love thing Right here, right now Now listen When I find you waiting hours, oh It's my heart, not my head that takes control And you've got to lead where your heart says go and this hope that it turns out so And that's all that you can hope for Can you expect much more? Naive and wise with no sense of time As I set my clock with a heart beat, tick tock Violent and mild, common sense says I'm wild With this mixed up fury, crazy beauty It's healthy to find all these feelings inside As I get on my trek with a head start back to you.
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The purpose of this video: 1-To let folks curious about how awesome LPs are see and hear them in action. 2-To let people who are interested in purchasing the LPs see and hear them in action. I don't post videos of LPs so that people can hear the song for free, but in the interest of promoting the sale of music, specifically LPs. The purpose of this video: 1-To let folks curious about how awesome LPs are see and hear them in action. 2-To let people who are interested in purchasing the LPs see and hear them in action. I don't post videos of LPs so that people can hear the song for free, but in the interest of promoting the sale of music, specifically LPs.
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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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From Album "CAFE BLEU" @1984.
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Café Bleu was renamed My Ever Changing Moods in the United States to capitalise on the success of that single. Café Bleu included a large number of extra musicians, known as Honorary Councillors, including Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt from Everything But The Girl.
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"Shout to the Top!" by the The Style Council was composed by lead singer Paul Weller, and was released in 1984 on the "Vision Quest" soundtrack. I loved their 1984 album "Café Bleu". It had the songs "My Ever Changing Moods", "The Paris Match", "You're The Best Thing" and "Shout To The Top" (on the deluxe version). Paul Weller was so gorgeous when he was younger! Judge for yourself. Enjoy! Thanks For Your Comments.
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Taken from the original UK version of The Style Council's album "Café Bleu" (1984) No copyright infrigement is intended. I am in no way associated with The Style Council or any of their affiliates. Fair use etc. and such. -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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Café Bleu (1984)
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From memory, from Merthyr Tydfil...
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TSC-à Paris (12”). UK press. August 1983. 1) LONG HOT SUMMER (extended version) (00:06) 2) PARTY CHAMBERS (07:24) 3) THE PARIS MATCH (10:18) 4) LE DÉPART (14:06) ------------ Resources/Medios técnicos. Turntable/Plato/Tornamesa: DUAL 510. Cartridge+Stylus/Cápsula/Aguja: SHURE M97 XE. Phono stage/Previo phono: KENWOOD KA5700. Camera/Cámara: SONY HANDYCAM HDR CX105. Soundcard/Tarjeta sonido: Sound Blaster Audigy. Pick-Up Software/Programa captura audio: SONY Sound Forge Audio Studio. Edit+Rendering/Programa edición: Sony Vegas. ------------ Tercer single de TSC, formato maxi (12”). Edición británica. ------------ CAFÉ BLEU -16 page original 1984 book (pdf): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxBJAS5OpZotS05wTlFvdzVkMTQ/view
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From the 1984 album Cafe Bleu
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Visit www.thelondonpianist.co.uk for more information! Version of Mick's Blessings, the opening track from the 1984 Style Council album Cafe Bleu. It was originally written and played by Mick Talbot and is in the key of G.
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Written by Paul Weller. Produced by Paul Weller and Peter Wilson. Paul Weller and Mick Talbot formed the Style Council in 1983. Paul had previously been with the Jam and Mick with Dexy’s Midnight Runners. Their first full length album, “Café Bleu” appeared in 1984 and reached 32 in the UK and #56 in the US, where the album was titled, “My Ever Changing Moods”. “My Ever Changing Moods” was the first single from the album and it charted at #5 in the UK and #29 in the US. The Style Council enjoyed great success around this time. In the UK, they placed one album at #1 and two at #2. In the US, five of their albums reached the US album chart. Style Council broke up in 1989 and Paul Weller then went on to have a mega-successful solo career, releasing about 20 albums that reached the UK Top-20 album chart. Mick Talbot supported Paul Weller on a number of these recordings as well as returning to Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
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Live from the box room Merthyr Tydfil 9th July 2011....
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This was one of my favorites during the year it came out -- I loved it the first time I heard it, as it was like a breath of fresh air; the awesome jazzy groove, wonderful arrangements, and that rich, full sound are just so irresistible. The single version is actually a remix, as the original album version is a slower, acoustic rendition. My Ever Changing Moods was a big hit in The Style Council's native UK, peaking at #5 on the UK pop charts in 1984. In the USA, the song managed to reach #29 on the Billboard Hot 100. While the original album it came from in the UK was titled Café Bleu, in the USA the album was retitled to My Ever Changing Moods. original version on the album Café Bleu (My Ever Changing Moods in the USA) written by Paul Weller © copyright 1984 Polydor Ltd London, EMI Music Publishing Inc, Colgems-EMI Music Inc. All rights reserved.
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