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Paul Korda just received the most rewarding email from two friends, Malte and Bengt-Ake, who have been multi-disabled throughout their lives, when their parents gave them up aged 6, to the home they inhabit. Due to disability Music becomes the real world in which they live. Read their story yourself
"Feeling Those Feelings" is a recent song that epitomizes Humanities move toward atrophy due to it's confusion about so many hazards that exist now and Mankind's fear of having the courage to stand up against robotization and allow individuality to flourish. Being romantic is often classed as foolish and stupid. Well I wholeheartedly disagree!
Paul has compiled his legacy by putting up all four albums of songs so that you can stream them in HiDef on this site and then buy them here via Reverbnation.
The latest  24 track to digital song that Paul Korda remixed is a song that Alan Holdsworth accompanied Paul on called "Living in the Sky", an atmospheric song about life on a space station. You can stream it and buy it below. His "Dancing in the Aisles" LP is being transferred from 24 track to digital with astounding results in the first three remixes that you can hear in high definition on the player below too.

Paul Korda's "Don't Stop that Girl" within 3 days of mixing the song, was added to FM
station programs of legendary UK DJ Jim Richman. The song
features Hunt and Tony Sales, who played with David Bowie's Tin Machine, and also the Chambers Brothers on vocals.
The song is coupled with "Out in the Sun" that features J. Peter Robinson, former Phil
Collins keyboardist and now film composer, as well as guitarist Mike Miller, saxophonist
Al Kroll and Ric Parnell on drums.

      Paul Korda 1971 wearing hand painted shirt
                                                    Norwegian artist Terje Brofos painted

Paul Korda has seen many changes in Mankind, Music and their interaction in the Age of Technology since he began playing and writing, aged six, at his first boarding school, moving on to producing at Abbey Road studios in the 60's and continuing since then. On the site read about Paul writing songs sung by Roger Daltrey, Frankie Valli, Dave Edmunds, Elkie Brooks, PP Arnold, Teddy Brown, Frances Mike Brant, Italy's Patty Pravo, Mango and Francesco Renga. Also as an actor in the Original London cast of the musical "HAiR" to "Spinal Tap", "Pirates of the Caribbean", 'and 'The Pink Panther" .
The biography page has interesting photos and a music history that you can hear.
Writing page which is still under construction, will be devoted to Paul's lyrics and poems.
His new site "Beyond Other Worlds". has the first chapters of his memoirs
On the
Photos page, see Paul at the Pantages Theater Hollywood for the 2011 red carpet opening of the Tony awarded Broadway cast of the musical "HAiR" , as well as photos that his friends and he took while working on the movies Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl and Dead Man's Chest, as well as celebrating the 40th anniversary of the musical HAiR in Golden Gate Park. 
If you have comments or suggestions get the email address on the
contact  page. 
If you're interested in records Paul has written songs for, played or sung on, click on
Also there's the
interview he did with ECT News Network.

Thanks again for stopping by. 

Paul's albums can be bought on
7 Digital, iTunes, and other sites.
Also the Paul Korda album "Passing Stranger"  was recently released as a CD in the UK and USA, a review of the album is
The Second Disc



 Paul's self portrait in his recent visit to his hometown of Brighton

                           Gig in the 80's at LA Strip club!


                 Paul Korda promotion in late 80's for his rush release for RCA called "Out of Gas"

                              Billboard magazine ad for Janus Records release


Unless we forget!

As time grows late for me, I would like to leave you with a demo I recorded in the seventies, of a song that I wrote at the start of my career entitled "Of Nature's Way".
It's all about the precious nature of childhood and imagination. I wish that someday the world of Man will learn, that, as in their own childhood, a child needs innocence and peace to grow happily, and allow imagination to find Mankind's much needed solutions.
Thank you for your appreciation, and farewell.
Paul Korda




Paul Korda at "Summer of Love"
celebration Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

Much of my life in Music, I rarely would wait around for agents and managers to decide to get me paid work, for waiting for them to pigeon hole me into one of their employment forms would have impeded my enjoyment of being creative, so I would always be open to following my heart and getting involved in music projects, paid or not.
Therefore my music life has been a magical excursion from everyday normality into crossing paths with such luminaries as Alan Holdsworth, Roger Daltrey, Frankie Valli, Pat Arnold, The Smallfaces, Ric Parnell and the USC/32nd Street St Children's Choir, a project for kids to outlet frustration in the LA area through spontaneous music creation, I was broke at the time I came up with the idea, and it was the song "Beyond the Darkness" that brought together Herb Alpert, and an Emmy winning film director, a 30 person film crew, and locations such as Studio A at A&M Records, where "We are the World" was recorded.
So maybe, the next time someone asks you to spec your time on a project, at least give it a listen. You may be surprised 25 years later, you may be not be rich with money, but you will be rich in Life!




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