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Paul Weller says he feels like the songs he wrote for The Jam are now in "the public domain" because of the public's love for them.
Speaking in a feature which appears in our new issue, Q310 out today (27 March), which sees Weller talking about his whole career, he explained that while not wanting to go back to The Jam days he's happy to still perform those songs live.
"If I play a Jam song everyone still goes fucking crazy and I love that," he admitted.
"I'm proud of it; it's a real compliment. When I play A Town Called Malice or That's Entertainment everyone knows every word. It's like those songs are in the public domain, like they're old folk songs."
Get Q310, on sale today, for the full feature and much more including The Real Best Of cover feature which sees our writers picking decent best of playlists for the likes of The Smiths, The Cure, Oasis and many more.
10:46 AM | 27/03/2012
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