February 1968 and the buzz was that, none other than, Manfred Mann would be appearing at Sussex University, students union. For the purists and also most all the women I knew, the loss of Paul Jones as lead vocalist had destroyed the band, but I was a Mike d’Abo fan and the material they were releasing since he’d become their new front man appealed to the quirky side of my character. 277 more words
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A couple of weeks ago, I rode a pretty flamingo on water.
Yes, you read that right.
Some people thought it was a swan, but I’m pretty sure it was a pink flamingo! 41 more words
This album was recorded by Manfred Mann in 1966. It was produced by Shel Talmy and was released in 1966 on the Fontana Records label. It was the band’s first album released on Fontana Records and their first album release with Klaus Voormann on bass. 112 more words
This is album number two for Manfred Mann – another one of those mid-sixties beat combos that sort of belong in that decade, having never really enjoyed a career revival. 174 more words