Born in the working class British town of Woking in 1958, Paul Weller was the "reluctant spokesman for a generation as the lead singer in The Jam, turned us on to bluenote jazz and cappuccinos via the Style Council, and as a solo artist since 1991 has dabbled in everything from experimental funk and psychedelic jazz to acoustic folk and pastoral soul rock. His recording legacy is peerless - six albums with The Jam and four number 1 singles, four LP's with The Style Council," (paulweller.com) and more than nine solo albums including "Wild Wood, arguably the finest collection of songs Weller had written since The Jam's All Mod Cons." (icebergradio.com)

This guy might be a bigger Paul Weller fan than Waist High, we are not sure.