I really don’t have anything to say, other than Paul Quinn is, IMHO, the finest vocalist ever to come out of Scotland. If you need any further info, then I will simply direct you to a fabulous fansite, one that may not have been updated for a few years, but has everything that is relevant.
Today’s track is taken from an NME cassette, Tape Worm, released back in 1985.
mp3: Paul Quinn – Ain’t That Always The Way (demo)
This would, in due course, be released as a single later the same year on the Swamplands label, itself run by Alan Horne a few years after Postcard Records had imploded. It is, technically speaking, the only solo single that Paul ever released.
NB: tempting as it is, I’ll not use the next two weeks to have a look at songs by Paul Quinn & The Independent Group or by Paul Quinn & The Nectarine No.9.