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Paul Young: “Wherever I Lay My Hat” Live, with Pino Palladino (1985)

I never cared for the 80’s music scene (then or now).

But when I listen to Paul Young’s recordings, I’m amazed how Pino Palladino‘s bass lines have aged so well, even if the rest of the music of that era hasn’t.

Here’s Paul Young and company performing the laid back, fretless-focused “Wherever I Lay My Hat”, live in 1985 at Rockpalast.

Once again, try to ignore the hair. And the sunglasses.

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      Maciek Szczepański

      Maciek Szczepański

      I would put these: Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, and NIN in the 90s, their greatest stuff came in this decade.

Phillip

Phillip

Can’t help thinking that Paul Young looks just like Ray Liotta.