Paul Young, soulful crooner that he is, dominated the charts in the 1980s. Here are 5 of his best songs - vote for the best!
Paul Antony Young was the frontman of the short-lived bands 'Kat Kool & The Kool Cats', Streetband and Q-Tips, but it is his solo career that brought him success in the 1980s.
He is famous for such hit singles as "Love of the Common People", "Wherever I Lay My Hat", "Come Back and Stay", "Everytime You Go Away" and "Oh Girl".
In 1985, he appeared at Live Aid, performing the Band Aid hit "Do They Know It's Christmas" - he even sings the opening lines on the original version of that song. At the Brit Awards in 1985, he received the award for Best British Male.
Does Marvin Gaye's B Side original version or Paul Young's 1983 cover take the victory?
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