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Manfred Mann Chapter Three - Volume 1 flac album

Manfred Mann Chapter Three - Volume 1 flac album

MP3 1370 mb. | FLAC 1662 mb. | WMA 1382 mb.

Performer: Manfred Mann Chapter Three
Title: Volume 1
Style: Jazz-Rock
Category: Jazz / Rock
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: AC3 ASF MP3 AU MOD TTA MMF

Manfred Mann Chapter Three is the debut album released in 1969 by Manfred Mann Chapter Three. It was one of the three first albums released on the Vertigo record label. The principal members of the group were Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg. Mann played the organ and acted as the group's musical arranger, whilst Hugg handled vocals, played piano and was the chief songwriter. The group was augmented by a five-piece brass section and several distinguished jazz soloists.

It's light years from the airy pop of "Do Wah Diddy Diddy," recorded by the hit-making first group formed by South African Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg in 1963. This is as much jazz as rock. There's hardly any guitar, but a swaggering horn section compensates. Imagine a darker, moodier Traffic with Mann manning the organ instead of Steve Winwood. Hugg's raspy vocals are featured on the first album recorded with the new band. The standout tracks are the album-opening "Travelling Lady" and "Time," but they are hardly the only strong ones.

It was on of the three first albums released on the Vertigo record label. Mann played the organ and acted as the group's musical arranger, whilst Hugg handled vocals, played piano and was the chief song writer. Written By. 1. Travelling Lady (5:48). Manfred Mann, Mike Hugg. 2. Snakeskin Garter (5:48).

Manfred Mann's Earth Band is an English rock band formed by South African musician Manfred Mann. Their hits include covers of Bruce Springsteen's "For You", "Blinded by the Light" and "Spirit in the Night". After forming in 1971 and despite a short hiatus in the late 1980s/early 1990s, the Earth Band continues to perform and tour. The title song to 1973's Messin' (written by Mike Hugg, and originally recorded by Chapter Three on their unissued third album), as well as most of the album The Good Earth tapped into ecological concerns, a recurring theme in Mann's music in later years, with The Good Earth giving away a free gift of a piece of land in. Wales with each album sold.

The Manfred Mann Album & My Little Red Book '2001. BBC - The Archive Series, Manfred Mann '1998.

Manfred Mann’s Chapter 3 was this band’s third lineup formed around late 1968/early 1969. Mann had taken in bassist Steve York from the legendary progressive psychedelic band East of Eden. It was the start of something new and fresh, a total departure from the blues-rock and psych pop lineups of the mid to late 60’s. Volume 1 was something that Mike Hugg and Mann had wanted to do for sometime but feared the possibility of a commercial failure. Hugg handles most of the lead vocals on a record that I’ve heard described by some as a darker version of Traffic circa 1969. Chapter 3 released one other solid record in 1970 and supposedly have a shelved 3rd album awaiting release (it’s supposedly their best from what I have read)! Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here.