“Mighty Garvey!” by Manfred Mann - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1968Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

A bizarre album - like a Monty Python sketch crossed by The Kinks “Preservation” sound via Beach Boys harmonies. Individually, the tracks score patchily as you’d guess - from 4’s to 9’s….Even though it’s got a number one single on it (Mighty Quinn), this album failed to chart! An amazing fact for the quiz heads….

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A1 [02:18] 4.0.png Manfred Mann with Eddie ‘Fingers’ Garvey - Happy Families (Mike d’Abo) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A2 [03:03] 5.4.png Manfred Mann - No Better, No Worse (Mike d’Abo) Psychedelia
A3 [02:54] 6.7.png Manfred Mann - Every Day Another Hair Turns Grey (Mike Hugg) Psychedelia
A4 [02:53] 6.3.png Manfred Mann - Country Dancing (Mike d’Abo) Psychedelia
A5 [03:20] 5.7.png Manfred Mann - It’s So Easy Falling (Mike Hugg) Psychedelia
A6 [02:09] 5.5.png Manfred Mann with Ed Garvey and The Trio - Happy Families (Mike d’Abo) Jazz
A7 [02:52] 9.2.png Manfred Mann - The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo) (Robert Zimmerman) Psychedelia
B1 [03:06] 4.4.png Manfred Mann - Black Betty (Huddie Ledbetter) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [02:18] 5.0.png Manfred Mann - The Vicar’s Daughter (Mike d’Abo) Songwriter
B3 [02:47] 5.9.png Manfred Mann - Each And Every Day (Mike Hugg) Cerebral Pop
B4 [03:21] 5.5.png Manfred Mann - Cubist Town (Tom McGuinness) Psychedelia
B5 [02:27] 7.5.png Manfred Mann - Ha! Ha! Said The Clown (Tony Hazzard) Psychedelia
B6 [03:11] 5.2.png Manfred Mann - Harry The One-Man Band (Mike Hugg) Songwriter
B7 [02:16] 4.8.png Manfred Mann with Edwin O’Garvey and his Showband - Happy Families (Mike d’Abo) Novelty

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