Paul Hardcastle is a British composer, producer, songwriter, radio personality and multi-instrumentalist who has recorded in the dance, electronic, and smooth jazz genres. His smooth jazz albums fall into several “series”: the Hardcastle series, Jazzmasters series, Chill Lounge series, and a collaboration with singer-songwriter Jaki Graham called “Kiss The Sky.”
From Chill Lounge 3, here is “Peace On Earth.”
Paul recorded a single in 1985 called “19,” a “musical collage” about the Vietnam War. It reached #1 on the British Pop chart and stayed there for five weeks. British comedian Rory Bremner, recording as “The Commentators,” did a parody version of the song, “N-N-Nineteen and Out,” that apparently Hardcastle was involved with as well.
You can find lots more Paul Hardcastle music on Spotify and YouTube. And, of course, he has a website.
Paul Hardcastle, your Two for Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
8 thoughts on “Two for Tuesday: Paul Hardcastle”
Yeah….well..not my cup o tea..big surprise😁
I’m shocked! 🤣
Really nice. My kind of music.
I’m finding I’m drawn to the sort of ambient music Hardcastle does and to the style in general. Maybe I’m getting mellow in my old age…
Not sure why but rainforest was my favourite Paul Hardcastle track rainforest.
I did live Nineteen because it was a one off 💜
“Rainforest” is a great song. Has the funky beat and is New Age enough to be enjoyable.
Yes that must be why I like it 💜💜
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