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Paul grew up in Brixton, an area of South London that at the time was primarily populated by West Indian immigrants, many of whom had arrived in the UK as part of the “Windrush generation” of post-war Afro-Caribbean immigration, a movement encouraged by the British government to counter labor shortages.Paul developed an interest in reggae and dub music at an early age, frequenting matinee dances at the Streatham Locarno with his friends, many of whom were affiliated with antiracist or two-tone skinhead groups.He started playing music of his own somewhat later in life than other members of the Clash; when Mick Jones first persuaded him to audition for the London SS he was supposed to be the lead singer since he didn’t play any instruments but had some difficulty keeping time.Enquiries should be directed to : Marcus Gray, Author The Clash : Return Of The Last Gang In Town, c/o Helter Skelter Publishing, 4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LL. When his parents divorced Mick, aged 8 years old, lived with Stella, his grandmother, at 61, Christchurch House on the busy Christchurch Road, Streatham, South London.In September 1966, Mick Jones and I attended Strand Grammar School in Elm Park road, just off Brixton Hill and near to Christchurch House.Though he is still involved in some music projects, he has returned to painting in his post-Clash career, working on landscapes reminiscent of the car dump mural and bullfighting scenes inspired by Spanish masters.
Paul certainly cut a striking figure in performance, and one of his most enthusiastic fans was none other than Patti Smith, whom he had to mean-mug off the stage when she got carried away at a concert.
Mick looked to his left and there was Leo then he looked to his right and there was yours truly. During the shoot for the album sleeve, Mick mentioned he was looking for a keyboard player. A few days later when Dan presented the photo for the first B. We were initially called Real Westway, but Mick really wanted to use the acronym B. Our sound was a blend of New York beats, Jamaican bass lines, English rock ‘n’ roll guitar and me taking care of the sampled dialogue and movie stuff. During the recording of the album we’d have mini-film festivals in the ‘green room’ with the intent of using bits of dialogue. P.) Futura 2000, Zephyr, Fab Five Freddy and Dondi (R.
He commented he thought we looked like a band and right there he asked me to join. For ‘Medicine Show’ (a dig at media manipulation and our part in the process) we sampled dialogue from Although the use of sampled dialogue became a feature of the band, Mick always made sure the songs were able to stand on their own two feet.
Current editions : UK, Helter Skelter, July 2001; US, Hal Leonard, November 2002.
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