Manfred Mann

From London, England.  Thanks to John Warburg for providing information on Manfred Mann.
The Ken Goddard Quartet ( ? - ? )
  • Ken Goddard -
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards - b. Manfred Sepse Lubowitz, October 21, 1940, Johannesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa.
  • Mike Hugg - vibes - b. Michael Hugg, March 11, 1940, Andover, Hampshire, England.
  • ???? -

The Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers (December 1962 - May 1963)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Mike Vickers - guitar/sax - b. Michael Vickers, April 18, 1941, Southhampton, Hampshire, England.
  • Dave Richmond - bass
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica - b. Paul P. Pond, February 24, 1942, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
  • Ian Fenby - trumpet
  • Tony Roberts - tenor sax
  • Don Fay - baritone sax

Manfred Mann I (May 1963 - January 1964)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Mike Vickers - guitar/sax
  • Dave Richmond - bass
  • Tom McGuinness - cello/guitar - b. Thomas John Patrick McGuinness, December 2, 1941, Wimbledon, London, England - formerly with The Ravens, The Talismen, The London Thunderbirds, The Roosters, and Casey Jones and the Engineers.
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica

Manfred Mann II (January 1964 - October 1965)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Mike Vickers - guitar/sax
  • Tom McGuinness - bass/cello/guitar
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica
Albums:
  1. "The Five Faces of Manfred Mann" (1964)

Manfred Mann III (October 1965 - November 1965)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Tom McGuinness - bass/cello/guitar
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica

Manfred Mann III (November 1965 - December 1965)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Tom McGuinness - bass/cello/guitar
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica
  • Henry Lowther - trumpet - b. Thomas Henry Lowther, July 11, 1941, Leicester, Leicestershire, England - formerly with The Keith Sansome - Austin Clarke Quartet, The Mike Westbrook Sextet, The Mike Taylor Quartet, and The Group Sounds Five.

Manfred Mann IV (December 1965 - July 1966)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Tom McGuinness - bass/cello/guitar
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica
  • Henry Lowther - trumpet
  • Jack Bruce - bass - b. John Symon Asher Bruce on May 14, 1943, Glasgow, Scotland; formerly with Alexis Korner, The Graham Bond Organisation, and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers.
  • Lynn Dobson - sax
Paul Jones goes solo.
Manfred Mann V (July 1966 - June 1969)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - drums
  • Tom McGuinness - bass/cello/guitar
  • Klaus Voormann - bass - b. April 29, 1942, North Berlin, Germany.
  • Mike d'Abo - vocals - b. Michael d'Abo, March 1, 1944, Betchworth, Surrey, England - formerly with A Band of Angels.
Albums:
  1. "Mighty Quinn" (1968)
Group disbands.  Mike d'Abo goes solo.

Manfred Mann's Chapter Three I (November 1969 - ? )
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - keyboards/vocals
  • Steve York - bass - b. April 24, 1948, London, England - formerly with East of Eden.
  • Brian Hugg - guitar/vocals
  • Harold Beckett - trumpet - b. Harold Winston Beckett, May 30, 1935, St. Michael Parish, Barbados, West Indies.
  • Senny Corbet (aka, Sonny Corbett) - trumpet
  • David Coxhill - baritone sax
  • Geoff Driscoll - sax
  • Nick Evans - trombone - b. Newport, Monmouthshire, South Wales.
  • Phil Kenzie - sax
  • Chris Payne - trombone - b. Norman Christopher Payne, February 14, 1939, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England.
  • Bernie Living - alto sax/flute
  • Dave Quincy - sax - b. David Quincy, September 13, 1939, England - formerly with Jet Harris and The Jet Blacks.
  • Madeline Bell - vocals - b. Madeline Bell Brodus, July 23, 1942, Newark, New Jersey, USA - formerly with Blue Mink.
  • Sue Glover - vocals - b. Yvonne Wheatman, Madras, Bay of Bengal, Tamil Nadu State, India.
  • Sunny Lester - vocals - b. Heather Wheatman, Madras, Bay of Bengal, Tamil Nadu State, India.
  • Craig Collinge - drums
  • Chris Slade - drums/percussion/vocals - b. Christopher Rees, October 30, 1946, Pontypridd, Glamorganshire, South Wales - formerly with Tommy Scott and The Senators, Tom Jones and The Playboys, and Tomorrow.
Album:
  1. "Manfred Mann's Chapter Three" (1969)

Manfred Mann's Chapter Three II ( ? - 1970)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards
  • Mike Hugg - keyboards/vocals
  • Steve York - bass
  • Brian Hugg - guitar/vocals
  • Senny Corbet (aka, Sonny Corbett) - trumpet
  • David Coxhill - baritone sax
  • Bernie Living - alto sax/flute
  • Dave Quincy - sax
  • Craig Collinge - drums
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Gerry Fields - violin
  • Dave Brooks - tenor sax
  • Clive Stevens - soprano and tenor sax
  • Conrad Isadore - drums
  • Andy McCulloch - drums - b. Andrew McCulloch, November 19, 1945, Bournemouth, Dorset, England.
Album:
  1. "Chapter Three Vol. 2" (1970) - Single: "Happy Being Me" b/w "Devil Woman"
Group disbands.  Steve York joins Vinegar Joe.

Manfred Mann's Earth Band I (June 1971 - 1972)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Mick Rogers - guitar/vocals - b. Michael Oldroyd, September 20, 1946, Dovercourt, Essex, England - formerly with The Playboys, Bulldog, and Procession.
  • Colin Pattenden - bass - b. Farnborough, Kent, England.
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals - b. Victoria Mary Haseman, August 23, 1940, Liverpool, Lancashire, England; d. August 16, 1991 - formerly with The Vernons Girls and The Breakaways.
Album:
  1. "Manfred Mann's Earth Band" (1972)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band II (1972 - 1973)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Mick Rogers - guitar/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
Album:
  1. "Glorified Magnified" (1972)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band III (1973)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Mick Rogers - guitar/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Laurie Baker - keyboards/sound effects
  • Ruby James - vocals
  • Judith Powell - vocals
  • Liza Strike - vocals
Album:
  1. "Messin'" (1973)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band IV (1973 - 1974)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Mick Rogers - guitar/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Paul Rutherford - trombone - b. Paul William Rutherford, February 29, 1940, Greenwich, London, England - formerly with The Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Neil Ardley's New Jazz Orchestra, The Mike Westbrook Sextet, and The Tony Oxley Quintet.
  • Dorren Chanter - vocals
  • Irene Chanter - vocals
  • Pete Miles - percussion
Album:
  1. "Solar Fire" (1973)
Mick Rogers joins Aviator.
Manfred Mann's Earth Band V (1974)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • David Boswell-Brown - cello
Album:
  1. "The Good Earth" (1974)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band VI (1975)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Dorren Chanter - vocals
  • Irene Chanter - vocals
  • Graham Elliott - cello
  • Chris Warren-Green - violin/vocals
  • Nigel Warren-Green - cello
  • Chris Thompson - lead vocals - b. Christopher Thompson, March 19, 1957, England.
  • David Millman - viola
  • Dave Flett - guitar - b. David Flett, c 1950, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
  • Marvin Smith - backing vocals
Album:
  1. "Nightingales and Bombers" (1975)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band VII (1976)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Dorren Chanter - vocals
  • Irene Chanter - vocals
  • Chris Thompson - lead vocals
  • David Millman - viola
  • Dave Flett - guitar
  • Gillian Ainscow - vocals
  • Stan Bailey - vocals
  • Malcolm Bennett - vocals
  • Marilyn Bennett - vocals
  • Janet Bunting - vocals
  • Peter Cudmore - vocals
  • Hilary Farnborough - vocals
  • Phillip Keywood - vocals
  • Jeremy Peyton-Jones - vocals
  • David Culpin - recorder
  • Tony Rowell - recorder
  • Margaret Wood - recorder
  • Suzanne Lynch - backing vocals
  • Barbara Thompson (aka Mrs. Jon Hiseman) - sax - b. Barbara Gracey, July 27, 1944, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.
Album:
  1. "The Roaring Silence" (1976)

Manfred Mann's Earth Band VIII (1977 - 1978)
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Slade - drums
  • Dorren Chanter - vocals
  • Irene Chanter - vocals
  • Chris Thompson - lead vocals
  • David Millman - viola
  • Dave Flett - guitar
  • Vicky Silva - backing vocals
  • Kim Goody - vocals
  • Pat King - bass/vocals
  • Steve Lange - violin
  • Anthony Moore - keyboards/synthesizer
Album:
  1. "Watch" (1978)
  2. "Alive In America" (2007) - recorded live in Boston, Massachusetts, USA in 1977.

Manfred Mann's Earth Band IX (1979 - ? )
  • Manfred Mann - keyboards/synthesizer/vocals
  • Colin Pattenden - bass
  • Vickie Baker (aka, Mrs. Joe Brown) - vocals
  • Chris Thompson - lead vocals
  • David Millman - viola
  • Kim Goody - vocals
  • Pat King - bass/vocals
  • Steve Lange - violin
  • Anthony Moore - keyboards/synthesizer
  • Dyan Birch - backing vocals - b. January 25, 1949, Allerton, Liverpool, England - formerly with Arrival.
  • Geoff Britton - drums/sax - b. Geoffrey Britton, August 1, 1943, Lewisham, London, England - formerly with East of Eden and Wings.
  • Steve Waller - guitar/vocals - b. Steven Charles Waller, June 30, 1951, London, England; d. February 6, 2000.
  • Jimmy O'Neill -
  • Graham Preskett - violin
Albums:
  1. "Angel Station" (1979)
  2. "Chance" (1980)
  3. "Somewhere In Africa" (1982)
  4. "Criminal Tango" (1986)

The Manfreds (1991 - ? )
  • Mike Hugg - drums/vibes/keyboards
  • Tom McGuinness - guitar/bass
  • Paul Jones - vocals/harmonica
  • Mike d'Abo - keyboards/vocals
  • Marcus Cliffe - bass
  • Rob Townsend - drums/percussion
Albums:
  1. "Masque" (1992)
  2. "Soft Vengeance" (1996)
  3. "Mann Alive" (2-CDs) (1998)
  4. "2006" (2004)

Compilations:
  1. "Manfred Mann's Greatest Hits" (1966)
  2. "The Best of Manfred Mann" (1974)
  3. "The Singles Plus" (1987)
  4. "The Best of Manfred Mann: The Definitive Collection" (1992)
  5. "The Best of the EMI Years" (1996)
  6. "The Best of Manfred Mann's Earth Band" (1996)
  7. "The Very Best of the Fontana Years" (1997)
  8. "The Best of Manfred Mann" (1998)
  9. "The Very Best of Manfred Mann" (1998)
  10. "All Manner of Menn: 1963-1969" (2-CDs) (2000)
  11. "Pretty Flamingo / The Five Faces of Manfred Mann" (2-fer) (2001)
  12. "Complete Greatest Hits" (2003)
  13. "The Evolution of Manfred Mann" (2-CDs) (2003)
  14. "The Best of Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Vol. 2: 1972-2000" (2005)
  15. "Odds and Sods: Mis-Takes and Out-Takes" (4-CDs) (2005)
  16. "World of Mann: The Very Best of Manfred Mann & Manfred Mann's Earth Band" (2-CDs) (2006)

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Last Revised:  November 12, 2007
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