Paul Hemmings

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Paul Hemmings
Birth name Paul Jeremy Hemmings
Born Liverpool, England
Genres Alternative rock, indie rock
Occupation(s) Musician, record producer, photographer
Instruments Guitar, bass guitar, mandolin, piano, organ
Years active 1987–present
Labels Viper
Associated acts The La's, The Onset, The Lightning Seeds
Notable instruments
Fender Stratocaster

Paul Jeremy Hemmings is an English, Liverpool-based musician and photographer.

Career[edit]

He played with The La's, Mike Badger and The Onset and Ian Broudie and the Lightning Seeds. He is also a partner in Liverpool's independent Viper Label.

Hemmings' current project is called The Floatation Project.[1] Their debut album Sonic Stories was called "understated splendour" by Mojo magazine in May 2005, whilst Uncut said "Guitarist Paul Hemmings can shine from other angles".[2]

The second album Sounds From The Solar System released in October 2006, was called "fascinating, unsettling and unique" by Rough Trade Records.[citation needed]

Associated acts[edit]

Solo discography[edit]

Studio albums (as The Floatation Project)
  • Sonic Stories (2005)
  • Sounds from the Solar System (2006)
  • Made out of Worldly Shapes (2011)
  • Late Night Blue (2011)

Session discography[edit]

  • The La's – "Way Out" (1987)
  • The OnsetThe Pool of Life (1988)
  • The MembranesKiss Ass Godhead! (1988)
  • Neuro – The Electric Mothers of Invention (1993)
  • Sensuround – "When I Get to Heaven" (1993)
  • Mike BadgerVolume (1999)
  • Mike Badger – Double Zero (2000)
  • Steve Roberts – It Just Is (2001)
  • The La's – Lost La's 1986–1987: Callin' All (2001)
  • AviatorHuxley Pig Part 1 (2002)
  • Otaku No Denki – The Future Played Backwards (2003)
  • Chris Elliot – Fierce Truth and Fortune (2007)
  • Mike Badger – Rogue State (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "• View topic - MOJO #139 June 2005 - Edgar Jones & Noel's badge". The-las.com. Retrieved 2014-08-11. 
  2. ^ Mojo magazine – May 2005 issue

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