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Paul Poulton

Paul Poulton

Paul Poulton


Paul Poulton is a singer/songwriter who started recording albums in 1989. His first eight albums were released as Paul Poulton, he has also released several albums with his band, The Paul Poulton Project. The first CD was called "I Think I'm Being Followed" which contained the popular "Strange People". Paul's song writing was filled with the grit and reality of life. No June, Moon, Spoon rhymes for easy lyrics but a point to each song. CSLewis has always been a big influence on Paul Read more on Last.fm
Paul Poulton is a singer/songwriter who started recording albums in 1989. His first eight albums were released as Paul Poulton, he has also released several albums with his band, The Paul Poulton Project. The first CD was called "I Think I'm Being Followed" which contained the popular "Strange People". Paul's song writing was filled with the grit and reality of life. No June, Moon, Spoon rhymes for easy lyrics but a point to each song.

CSLewis has always been a big influence on Paul, and the concise style of Lewis made its way into his song-writing. Here's a few lines from reviews of his earlier albums. "Paul's great strength is he crafts songs that say more in a stanza than most songsmiths can manage in an album" "The overall effect is an arty, brooding slab of music" ""You're Just A Ghost" echoes the CSLewis idea ( in the Great Divorce )" "The songs have something of a gentle, bluesy touch and score heavily in the area of complex, penetrating lyrics" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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