|1||Are You Lonely For Me Baby|
|3||Sit Back Down|
|4||Beggar For The Blues|
|5||Brother Where Are You|
|7||Suddenly I Like It|
|8||Don't Go To Strangers|
|10||Soul To Soul|
|11||Trouble In Mind|
|12||Straighten Up & Fly Right|
|13||I'm On My Way To A Better Place|
|14||Above & Beyond|
|CBHCD 2026||Paul Jones||Suddenly I Like It (CD, Album)||Continental Blue Heaven||CBHCD 2026||Netherlands||2015|
|CBHCD 2026||Paul Jones||Suddenly I Like It (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Continental Blue Heaven||CBHCD 2026||Russia||2015|
Once again produced by Carla Olson Paul’s second solo album Suddenly I Like It is a great mix of classic and original blues & soul songs. Special guests on this album include Joe Bonamassa (lead guitar on Beggar For The Blues) and Jools Holland (piano/hammond B3 on Mountain Boogie, Trouble in Mind and Remember M. Paul Jones is constantly on the road with The Manfreds and The Blues Band.
JONES, Paul: Suddenly I Like It. (2015/CBH) 14 tracks. Paul Jones - voc/hca, Jake Andrews - gtrs, Tony Marisco - bass, Mike Thompson - pnos/hammond B3/trombone, Alvino Bennett - drums. Guests: Joe Bonamassa, Todd Wolfe, . Article properties: JONES, Paul: Suddenly I Like It. Interpret: JONES, Paul. Album titlle: Suddenly I Like It. Genre Blues. Year of publication 2015.
Paul Jones, the legendary Manfred Mann frontman has only released two solo albums in the past 30 years and here’s the second – Suddenly I Like It. Paul’s produced and backed by the same team as 2009’s Starting All Over Again. Paul’s hits with Manfred Mann include Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Sha La La, Pretty Flamingo, Come Tomorrow, 5-4-3-2-1 (the Ready Steady Go TV theme), Oh No Not My Baby, If You Gotta Go – Go Now and The One In The Middle. Once again produced by Carla Olson Paul’s second solo album Suddenly I Like It is a great mix of classic and original blues & soul songs. TRACKLIST 01. Are You Lonely For Me Baby (5:03) 02.
Paul Jones (born Paul Pond, 24 February 1942) is an English singer, actor, harmonica player, radio personality and television presenter. He presented The Blues Show on BBC Radio 2 for thirty-two years. In 2015, he released an album Suddenly I Like It, also produced by Carla Olson. Special guests on this album include Joe Bonamassa and Jools Holland
It could have also been a pseudonym used for the whole band he originally performed the song with: Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse.
Jones rang up a couple of British Top Ten hits in late 1966 and early 1967 with "High Time" and "I've Been a Bad Bad Boy," although his solo recording career would never get off the ground in the . Starting All Over Again was the first of two new Paul Jones albums produced by Carla Olson. The second, Suddenly I Like It, followed in 2009. Both albums featured the same backing band: Jake Andrews on guitar, Tony Marsico on bass, Mike Thompson on keyboards and Alvino Bennett on drums and were recorded in Los Angeles. Both combined R&B, blues and pop songs and featured guests including Eric Clapton, Joe Bonamassa and Jools Holland.
Suddenly I Like It. Paul Jones.
Paul Jones was born as Paul Pond in Gosport, Hampshire. Jones" he performed duets with Elmo Lewis (better known as future founder member of the Rolling Stones, Brian Jones) at the Ealing Club, home of Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated, whose singers included Long John Baldry and Mick Jagger. He was asked by Keith Richards and Brian Jones to be the lead singer of a group they were forming, but he turned them down. Special guests on this album include Joe Bonamassa and Jools Holland. Jones is currently the president of the National Harmonica League and was awarded "harmonica player of the year" in the British Blues Awards of 2010, 2011 and 2012, as well as Blues Broadcaster of the year and a Lifetime Achievement award in 2011.
John Richard Baldwin (born 3 January 1946), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English musician and record producer who was the bassist and keyboardist in the rock band Led Zeppelin. Prior to forming the band with Jimmy Page in 1968, he was a session musician and arranger. After the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980, Zeppelin disbanded and Jones developed a solo career