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NIGHTINGALES & BOMBERS

Manfred Mann's Earth Band

 

Eclectic Prog

4.06 | 306 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars I love the way Manfred Mann's Earth Band sounded in the mid-Seventies (74-76) during the sensational breaks featuring a propulsive rhythm-section, harder-edged guitarwork and short but sensational Minimoog soli with often an accellaration and use of the pitchbend-button. On this album Manfred Mann is accompanied by a dynamic rhythm- section (Colin Pattenden on bass and Chris Slade on drums) and, fiery electric guitarplay and powerful vocals (both Mick Rogers). The compositions (including two covers) sound powerful, dynamic and varied, the distinctive Manfred Mann's Earth Band sound is at its pinnacle, waht a stunning but underrated progrock classic this albums is!
erik neuteboom | 4/5 |

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