“The Mighty Quinn” by Manfred Mann - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1968(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

An especially constructed LP by Mercury for the American market, reimagining the Mighty Garvey UK LP, removing and adding tracks as they saw fit.

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A1 [02:52] 9.2.png Manfred Mann - The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo) (Robert Zimmerman) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [02:27] 7.5.png Manfred Mann - Ha Ha Said The Clown (Tony Hazzard) Psychedelia
A3 [02:59] 6.1.png Manfred Mann - Every Day Another Hair Turns Grey (Mike Hugg) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [03:22] 5.0.png Manfred Mann - It’s So Easy Falling (Mike Hugg) Pop
A5 [03:06] 5.2.png Manfred Mann - Big Betty (Huddie Ledbetter) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A6 [03:19] 4.8.png Manfred Mann - Cubist Town (Tom McGuinness) Pop
B1 [02:55] 4.0.png Manfred Mann - Country Dancing (Mike d’Abo) Pop
B2 [02:37] 5.8.png Manfred Mann - Semi-Detached Suburban Mr James (John Carter, Geoff Stephens) Pop
B3 [02:18] 3.9.png Manfred Mann - The Vicar’s Daughter (Mike d’Abo) Pop
B4 [02:55] 4.0.png Manfred Mann - Each And Every Day (Mike Hugg) Pop
B5 [03:07] 4.1.png Manfred Mann - No Better, No Worse (Mike d’Abo) Cerebral Pop

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