“Town Called Malice” by The Jam Limited Edition Print of Original Painting

£195.00

A No.1 UK single in 1982, ‘Town Called Malice’ was a double A-side single release featuring ‘Precious’ as the flip side. A 12" version was also available. Paul Weller has said that it was written about his hometown Woking as a result of his teenage experiences there. The title is apparently a play on the 1950 Nevil Shute novel A Town Like Alice. Released as the first single from the album ‘The Gift’ on 29 January 1982, it stayed at the top for three weeks preventing ‘Golden Brown’ by The Stranglers from reaching No.1. Possibly as Jam fans bought both 7” and 12” versions. I did.

Limited Edition Print

  • Strictly limited to just 75 numbered copies
  • Printed on fine art paper with an attractive frame and mount
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 430mm x 530mm (17" x 21")

    Framed Oversize Print
  • Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
  • 3D Print construction on fine art paper with an attractive box frame
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 410mm x 410mm (16" x 16')

    Framed Supersize Print
  • Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
  • 3D Print construction on canvas with 27" vinyl disc and printed fine art paper label
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")

    Framed Original Painting
  • 3D construction, hand painted canvas, 27" vinyl disc and hand painted paper label
  • Signed and stamped by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")

     

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