Deluxe DVD + two CD combo. Man are one of the most iconic British bands of the last half Century. The Man band first came together as the Bystanders in 1964. The band were one of many pop bands in the sixties that were trying to climb the ladder of success and managed to release many singles during the period between 1964 and 1968. The music that the Man band performed however was very much removed from the pop sensibilities of The Bystanders and more in keeping with the West Coast sound of American bands such as The Quicksilver Messenger Service. Check out this extraordinary slice of vintage British head music.
Deluxe DVD + two CD combo. Man are one of the most iconic British bands of the last half Century. The Man band first came together as the Bystanders in 1964. The band were one of many pop bands in the sixties that were trying to climb the ladder of success and managed to release many singles during the period between 1964 and 1968. The music that the Man band performed however was very much removed from the pop sensibilities of The Bystanders and more in keeping with the West Coast sound of American bands such as The Quicksilver Messenger Service. Check out this extraordinary slice of vintage British head music.
5056083203147

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Format: DVD
Label: PNTT
Rel. Date: 10/12/2018
UPC: 5056083203147

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Artist: Man
Format: DVD
New: Available $24.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Many Are Called But Few Get Up
2. No Solution
3. I Always Thought The Walrus was Protected
4. Nothing Fails Like Success
5. The Ballad of Billy Lee
6. We Know
7. In Time
8. Romain
9. Conflict of Interest (Do It!) 1
10. The God Delusion 1
11. One More Ride on the Waltzers 1
12. Ordinary Man 1
13. Spunk Rock 1
14. C'mon 1
15. Bananas

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Deluxe DVD + two CD combo. Man are one of the most iconic British bands of the last half Century. The Man band first came together as the Bystanders in 1964. The band were one of many pop bands in the sixties that were trying to climb the ladder of success and managed to release many singles during the period between 1964 and 1968. The music that the Man band performed however was very much removed from the pop sensibilities of The Bystanders and more in keeping with the West Coast sound of American bands such as The Quicksilver Messenger Service. Check out this extraordinary slice of vintage British head music.