Arguably The Jam were the post successful of the British punk/new wave bands although, in many ways, they didn’t fit into that category and were more of a power pop band. Paul Weller then formed The Style Council to continue the drift towards soul and R&B and since that band split, he has received success as a solo artist and has been a major influence on the development of Brit-Pop.
What Is The Best Live Album By The Jam, Paul Weller Or The Style Council?
I have a readers poll to help you to find the pick of Paul Weller’s live albums:
The Best Live Albums Of All Time
To help find the best live albums, I ask readers to vote for their favourites in polls and because Paul Weller and his band cross a number of categories, there are a lot of polls that you have been interested to vote and/or see the results.
Please vote in my poll to find the best punk and new wave live albums.
Please also vote in my poll to find the best power pop live albums.
The single success of The Jam and The Style Council also means that these albums can be considered as classic rock.Please also vote in the poll to find the best classic rock live albums.
Because there are so many excellent classic rock live albums I have split the poll into two and you may find some of your favourites in the second division. Albums will be promoted when they get enough votes.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls