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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.Manfred Mann (keyboards), Mike Hugg (drums), Paul Jones (harmonica, vocals, 1962-66), Mike Vickers (guitar, saxophone, flute, 1962-65), Dave Richmond (bass, 1962-63), Tom Mc Guinness (bass, guitar, 1963-69), Jack Bruce (bass, 1965-66), Michael "Mike" D' Abo (vocals, 1966-69), Klaus Voormann (bass, 1966-69) Advertisers are not allowed to run annoying ads on RYM.You can use this form to report problematic or annoying ads.
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 album.
The presence of the B-sides, including lost gems like "What Did I Do Wrong" (a killer Chess-style blues number written by Tom Mc Guinness) and the Goffin/King-authored "Oh No Not My Baby" (one of Paul Jones's greatest R&B-style performances), assures that one gets a truer picture of the band's output and their focus on R&B, jazz, blues, and folk, than the A-sides by themselves would provide.
After a very successful period in the 60's with the pop group named after him and a much less successful intermezzo in Jazz with Chapter Three, the South-African born keyboardist Manfred Mann turned towards Rock music.
In 1971 he formed Manfred Mann's Earth Band (MMEB).
Mann's use of the Moog synthesizer was key to the sound of this band.