Paul Young chats with Brian and Leo inside the Sound Museum.
Paul reflects on his incredible success – four top 5 albums and ten top 20 singles in the UK including Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home), Come Back and Stay, Love Of The Common People and his US number one single Every Time You Go Away.
Paul also talks about being involved in the Band Aid singleDo They Know It’s Christmas – where he sang the opening lines, performing at Live Aid and the tribute concert to the late Freddie Mercury.
Paul chats about the music industry, his latest album Good Thing – a collection of tracks form the Memphis labels, Hi Records and Stax, between 1966 and 1975 and recording his cover of Words from Australia’s very own Bee Gees.
Paul chats about his love for cooking – appearing in both Masterchef and Hell’s Kitchen in the UK and his hopes to tour Australia this year!
The new album Good Thing by Paul Young is available instore and online now.
Multi Brit Award winning, Paul Young, announces the release of his first solo album in over 20 years, ‘Good Thing,’ on 15 April, simultaneously releasing his new single ‘L-O-V-E’ on the same day. Executive producer and partner in the ‘Good Thing’ project is world renowned Arthur Baker, best known for his work with hip hop artists like: Afrika Bambaataa & Planet Patrol and cross-over pop acts New Order and the Pet Shop Boys, here channels some of his later work with Al Green. The album is a collection of classic soul covers and sees Paul return to the soulful roots sound that catapulted him to worldwide fame. As a Young/Baker collaboration, ‘Good Thing’ has been an absolute labour of soulful love and is the highly anticipated album Paul Young fans have been waiting for. Continue reading New Music: Paul Young ‘L-O-V-E (Love)’