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Manfred Manns Earth Band - Excerpts From The New Album ;The Roaring Silence; (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Popular Manfred Mann's Earth Band albums Soft Vengeance. Masque. Somewhere in Afrika. Chance. Angel Station. Watch. Show all albums by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.
  3. Manfred Mann's Earth Band () California Coastline, Captain Bobby Stout, Sloth (instrumental), Living Without You, Tribute (instrumental), Please Mrs. Henry, Jump Sturdy, Prayer, Part Time Man, I'm Up and I'm Leaving Glorified Magnified () Meat, Look Around, One Way Glass, I'm Gonna Have You All, Down Home, Our Friend George, Ashes to the Wind, Wind, It's All Over Now Baby Blue.
  4. Mar 16,  · Manfred Mann’s Earth Band is an LP that’s actually worth hearing as it’s one of the best albums of its time and a fan favorite of sorts. Originally the Earth Band had been working on Stepping Sideways, a rootsy album that was scrapped in favor of newer, more challenging material, which had been part of their live act at the time.
  5. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band () Manfred Mann's Earth Band is the debut album released in by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. BUY ALBUM ON ITUNES. Track. Written By. 1. California Coastline () Meskell/ Martin The Roaring Silence.
  6. Manfred Mann`s Earth Band. K likes. British progressive rock group established in by Manfred Mann, Mick Rogers, Chris Slade and Colin Pattenden. Current members: Manfred Mann – .
  7. Manfred Mann's Earth Band's Watch is no exception to the rule. The studio tracks are similar to those we find on the previous, and much better, The Roaring Silence album. On a positive note, the live tracks are all 'new' songs in the sense that they had not at this point been on any other Manfred Mann's Earth Band album, studio or live/5(19).
  8. Manfred Mann's Earth Band would eventually incorporate progressive (w/classical references), arena/FM-rock and dreadful eighties pop-rock into their sound. This album, though, was none of the above. It's been stated that the band was struggling to find their sound on this record and that search also extended into GLORIFIED MAGNIFIED later that /5(11).

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