Manfred Mann
Artist

Manfred Mann

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Albums
41

Biography

British pop, beat and rhythm and blues band Manfrend Mann was founded in London, England, the UK in 1962. The band’s founding members are Manfred Mann (keyboards) and Mike Hugg (drums, vibes). The band was completed by Mike Vickers (guitar, alto saxophone and flute), Dave Richmond (bass), and Paul Jones (frontman, lead vocalist and harmonica player). The band faced many line-up changed after that. They disbanded in 1969 as the sales of their albums were quite low despite the fact the singles charted in top 10. The band is famous for the covers of Bob Dylan songs and of some other minor hits. For example, the breakthrough to the mainstream success was when they covered a minor hit "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" by The Exciters. The song reached number 1 in the UK, the US, Canada and Sweden. You can download the debut US album The Manfred Mann Album in mp3 from our site.

 

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