Manfred Mann Chapter Three

Manfred Mann Chapter Three was an English jazz-rock/psych band that released two albums on Vertigo: Manfred Mann Chapter Three (1969) and Volume Two (1970). They were a followup to keyboardist Manfred Mann’s namesake R&B/beat combo of the 1960s. He followed this project with the Earth Band for a 13-album run between 1972 and 1987. Members: […]

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – The Roaring Silence (1976)

The Roaring Silence is the seventh album by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, released in 1976. Consolidating their stateside breakthrough with a lavish, theatrical cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Blinded by the Light” — the band’s prior album contained a hard rock rendition of the Jersey performer’s “Spirit in the Night” — the album refines their scaly, […]

Manfred Mann

Manfred Mann was an English R&B/beat band from London that released a string of singles and two albums on His Master’s Voice during the mid-1960s with original vocalist Paul Jones, followed by three albums with accompanying singles on Fontana between 1966 and 1968 with singer Mike D’Abo. Guitarist/bassist Tom McGuinness later teamed with Bluesbreaker Hughie […]

Manfred Mann – Mighty Garvey! (1968)

Mighty Garvey! is the final studio album English band Manfred Mann, released in 1968 on Fontana. Tracklist: A1. “Happy Families” (2:18) A2. “No Better, No Worse” (3:02) A3. “Every Day Another Hair Turns Grey” (2:54) A4. “Country Dancing” (2:53) A5. “It’s So Easy Falling” (3:20) A6. “Happy Families” (2:09) A7. “Mighty Quinn” (2:52) B1. “Big […]

Manfred Mann Chapter Three ‎– Manfred Mann Chapter Three (1969)

Manfred Mann Chapter Three is the first of two albums by the namesake jazz-rock/psych band, released in 1969 on Vertigo. The album was issued stateside with different artwork on Polydor the following year. Tracklist: A1. “Travelling Lady” (5:48) A2. “Snakeskin Garter” (5:48) A3. “Konekuf” (5:58) A4. “Sometimes” (2:38) A5. “Devil Woman” (5:27) B1. “Time” (7:32) […]

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band ‎– Angel Station (1979)

Angel Station is the ninth studio album by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, released in 1979 on Bronze and Warner Bros. Tracklist: A1. “Don’t Kill It Carol” (6:15) A2. “You Angel You” (4:00) A3. “Hollywood Town” (5:10) A4. “Belle of the Earth” (2:45) A5. “Platform End” (1:35) B1. “Angels at My Gate” (4:50) B2. “You Are […]

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band was an English symphonic/art-rock band that released a pair of albums on Philips in 1972, followed by nine studio albums on Bronze between 1973 and 1983, plus a further pair of titles on Virgin/10 Records in the late 1980s. They are best known for the 1973 UK hit “Joybringer” (from Solar […]

Manfred Mann Chapter Three ‎– Volume Two (1970)

Volume Two is the second of two albums by English jazz-rockers Manfred Mann Chapter Three, released in 1970 on Vertigo. Tracklist: A1. “Lady Ace” (7:59) A2. “I Ain’t Laughing” (2:36) A3. “Poor Sad Sue” (5:56) A4. “Jump Before You Think” (4:51) A5. “It’s Good to Be Alive” (2:32) B1. “Happy Being Me” (15:55) B2. “Virginia” (4:54) […]

Uriah Heep ‎– Look At Yourself (1971)

Look At Yourself is the third album by English symphonic/hard-rock band Uriah Heep, released in 1971 on Bronze/Mercury. Tracklist: A1. “Look at Yourself” (5:07) A2. “I Wanna Be Free” (3:59) A3. “July Morning” (10:36 — :01-1:22+6:29-10:20) B1. “Tears in My Eyes” (5:02) B2. “Shadows of Grief” (8:40) B3. “What Should Be Done” (4:13) B4. “Love Machine” […]

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Solar Fire (1973)

Solar Fire is the fourth album by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, released in November 1973 on Bronze/Polydor. Tracklist: A1. “Father of Day, Father of Night” (9:55) A2. “In the Beginning, Darkness” (5:21) A3. “Pluto the Dog” (2:47) B1. “Solar Fire” (5:15) B2. “Saturn, Lord of the Ring; Mercury the Winged Messenger” (6:31) B3. “Earth, the […]

Mike D’Abo

Mike d’Abo is an English singer and songwriter, best known as the second vocalist of Manfred Mann. He fronted the band for three albums and multiple singles, including their 1968 transatlantic hit “Mighty Quinn.” He went solo with the 1970 MCA/Uni release d’Abo, followed by the 1972–74 A&M albums Down at Rachel’s Place and Broken […]

Paul Jones

Paul Jones is an English singer and songwriter, best known as the original vocalist of Manfred Mann. He fronted the band for two albums and multiple singles, including their 1964 British Invasion hit “Do Wah Diddy Diddy.” He went solo with a string of late ’60s titles on His Master’s Voice, culminating with the 1971 […]