|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Strange Stories||10||Audio||2000||Cornucopia (2)|
|2||Songs Without Words||7||Audio||1998||EOS (2)|
|3||Giant Leaves (Autumn Steps)||6||Audio||1996||FMR Records (2)|
|4||The Onliest - Pictures At A Monk Exhibition||19||Audio||1996||FMR Records (2)|
|5||4 In Perspective||9||Audio||2000||Village Life|
|6||Earth Dances · Panic||2||Audio||1996||Argo Records (2)|
|7||Once Is Never Enough||7||Audio||1996||FMR Records (2)|
|8||Meeting Electra||11||Audio||1997||Village Life|
English drummer and percussionist who has played with many different bands and is involved with all musical genres, working with musicians ranging from [a=Leonard Bernstein], [a=Harrison Birtwistle] and [a=John Dankworth] to [a=Randy Crawford]. Paul has recorded albums with [a=Gordon Beck], [a=Bryan Ferry], [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/John+Williams+(4)]John Williams[/url], [a=Sam Rivers], [a=Moondog], [a=John Adams], [a=Mark-Anthony Turnage], [a=Marc Ribot], [a=John Zorn], [a=Michel Legrand], [a=Elton John], [a=Richard Thompson], [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Orb%2C+The]The Orb[/url], [a=Henry Lowther] and [a=John Harle], along with [a=Mose Allison], [a=Randy Brecker] and [a=Ravi Shankar]. He has been the featured percussionist / drummer for most of the London Orchestras and is in great demand on film and recording sessions as a specialist hand drummer.
He has travelled widely researching and studying music from other countries, releasing several albums, [i]Stay Cool[/i], [i]The Nightingale of a Thousand Joys[/i] and [i]A Young Person's Guide[/i] with his band [b]Orquestra Mahatma[/b] that improvises on folk music from around the world. [b]Orquestra Mahatma[/b] has appeared on the [i]BBC Jazz At The 606[/i] series, and his other band, [b]For All The Saints[/b], with [a=Tony Hymas] and [a=Stan Sulzmann] are a leading edge jazz improvisatory group playing world tunes and their own compositions. They work in the avant garde field where jazz meets contemporary classical.
Paul is also a professor at the Royal Academy of Music, London and was asked to chair the panel for the BBC Young Musician of the Year in 1998.