Polydor 'aims for the top' with Paul Weller return

Mark Sutherland

Polydor co-presidents Tom March and Ben Mortimer are celebrating the return of the label’s prodigal son after signing Paul Weller.

Weller’s career began as frontman of The Jam, who released six albums on the label in the late ’70s and early ’80s. A further five albums from his next band, The Style Council, followed on Polydor until Weller left to pursue a solo career.

That career has seen him release 14 studio albums on Go Discs, Island, Independiente, V2 and, ...

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