Manfred Mann (2)

Manfred Lubowitz

Also known as A. Mann, М. Манн, M Mann, M. Mann, M.Mann, Manfred, Manfred Man, Manfred Mann's, Mann

Discography of Manfred Mann (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Blinded By The Light 3 Audio 2003
2 Blinded By The Light 3 Audio 2002 Tanga Records
3 Blinded By The Light 5 Audio 2002
4 The Evolution Of Manfred Mann 57 Audio 2003
5 The Complete Greatest Hits Of Manfred Mann 1963 - 2003 36 Audio 2003 Cohesion (2)
6 Plain Talking (Manfred Mann In Conversation With Andy Taylor) 3 Audio 1992
7 Volume 2 7 Audio 1993
8 Volume 2 7 Audio 1993
9 Boots 3 Audio 2011-04-21 Creature Music
10 Manfred Mann Chapter Three 11 Audio 1993 Cohesion (2)
11 Taken From The Cohesion Album 'The Evolution Of Manfred Mann 6 Audio 2003 Creature Music
12 Blinded By The Light 2 Audio 2002
13 What's It All About? 2 Audio 1977 TRAV
14 Volume 2 7 Audio 1991 Bronze Records (2)
15 Blinded By The Light / Spirit In The Night 2 Audio Warner Bros. Records
16 Lone Arranger 14 Audio 2014-10-17 Cohesion (2)

Born October 21, 1940 in in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Manfred Mann started playing piano at the early age of 5 in South Africa. When being very dissatisfied with the situation in his country, he left it for the UK in 1961. Manfred Mann was hired by Mike Hugg for his band, which was soon to become the Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers. When signing a contract with EMI in 1963 the band was renamed to Manfred Mann (which is really the band's name and not only the person). They had a series of pop hits throughout the 60s but split up despite still being commercially successful in 1969. Mann and Hugg in the same year formed Manfred Mann Chapter Three, a Jazz-Rock oriented formation which issued two longplayers. Due to lack of success they disbanded in late 1970. Mann turned towards Rock music and formed the Manfred Mann's Earth Band (MMEB) in 1971 which is still active until today. Manfred Mann's use of the Moog synthesizer was key to the sound of this band and he is known as one of the world's best Moog players (if not the best). MMEB had a very successful area during the mid70's and early 80's but was disbanded by Mann in 1987 after being fed up with trying to produce hit records. He started a project which was based mostly on the music of Native American Indians named Manfred Mann's Plain Music and which released one record. After this Mann reformed the MMEB in 1991 and was starting again to release records with them occasionally but also to be a regular live band with extensive tours mostly in Europe until today.

[b]Note: Groups for the person Manfred Mann should be added to his real name alias Manfred Lubowitz only![/b]

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