Manfred Mann Chapter Three

British experimental jazz rock band / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Manfred Mann Chapter Three were a British experimental jazz rock band founded by South African keyboard player Manfred Mann and long-time partner Mike Hugg, both former members of the group Manfred Mann.[1] The line-up for its debut at Newcastle's Mayfair Ballroom on 24 October 1969 was Mike Hugg (vocals/electric piano), Mann (organ), Bernie Living (alto sax), Steve York (bass)[2] and Craig Collinge (drums), augmented by a five-piece brass section of Clive Stevens (tenor sax), Carl Griffiths (tenor sax), Dave Coxhill (baritone sax), Gerald Drewett (trombone) and Sonny Corbett (trumpet).

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Manfred Mann Chapter Three
Manfred Mann Chapter Three
Manfred Mann Chapter Three
Background information
GenresJazz rock
Years active1969–1970
LabelsVertigo Records
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The band released two studio albums, and shelved a third. Mann went on to form Manfred Mann's Earth Band in 1971.[1]

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