Paul Francis McDermott (born 17 September 1965), who performs as Paul Mac, is an Australian electropop musician, singer-songwriter, producer and music re-mixer. He was classically trained at Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Mac has formed various bands including Smash Mac Mac (1986–88), The Lab (1989–1998), Itch-E and Scratch-E (1991–present), Boo Boo Mace & Nutcase (1996–98), and The Dissociatives (2003–2005).
Written-By – Paul Parker. A2. Shot In The Night. Written-By – Paul Parker. A3. Too Much To Dream. Written-By – Anette Tucker, Nancy Mantz. Vocals, Backing Vocals – Paul Parker. Written-By – Patrick Cowley (tracks: A1, B1 to B4). 메모. Recorded and Mixed at Automatt, San Francisco, California. B2 "Travellin' Man" is misspelled on label as "Travelin' Man". Published by: A1,B2 to B4 Masculine Music BMI.
Paul Mac Special Hair added a new photo to the album Jack - Portfolio - with Jack Beausang and Paul Mac at Paul Mac Special.
State 90 (CD, Album) (Tommy Boy Music, ZTT) TBCD. 58474717 Invisibl Skratch Piklz - The Shiggar Fraggar Show! Vol. 5 (CD, Comp, Ltd) (Hip Hop Slam). 58306209 Querida - Racket (12") (Deta). 58306191 Various - Chemical Compounds Vol. 2 (12") (Seismic Records Detroit) SEISMIC018. 58302867 Omegaman - Call My Name (12") (Definitive Recordings) 12DEF057. 58302483 Mr. G - G Beatz Vol. 2 (12") (Phoenix . PG018.
Paul Frederic Simon (born October 13, 1941 in Newark, New Jersey) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He first gained world-wide recognition as the writing talent behind the popular American folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel formed with fellow musician Art Garfunkel. When Simon & Garfunkel split in 1970, Simon quickly began his solo career with the release of the self-titled album, Paul Simon.
Mac's second album, Panic Room, appeared on 17 October 2005, and reached the top 40. Johns had advised Mac to "follow your dreams regardless of what outside fashion is saying you should be doing". Vocals are variously supplied by Morris, Sarah McLeod, Luke Steele, Abby Dobson (ex-Leonardo's Bride), Lenka, and Ngaiire. 3000 Feet High is the debut studio album by Australian singer-songwriter and music producer Paul Mac. It was released in August 2001 and peaked at No. 29 in Australia. It was nominated for three ARIA Music Awards and won one.
Studio album by Bonaparte. September 19, 2008 (2008-09-19). Too Much is the first album by Berlin-based indie punk artist Bonaparte Track listing. All songs written, produced & performed by Tobias Jundt, except where otherwise noted. Do You Want to Party" – 1:14. Who Took the Pill?" – 2:31.
CreditsPaul Mac - Primary Artist
James Ruskin - Remixing