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Man - General Discussion / Re: Dagenham Roundhouse 2018
« Last post by George Jones on February 23, 2018, 03:36:39 PM »
Not yet  ;)
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Man - General Discussion / Dagenham Roundhouse 2018
« Last post by Arjayay on February 23, 2018, 01:26:51 PM »
Gordon.a.robinson, who is the Dagenham Roundhouse historian, has just added the following to that Wikipedia page

Reunion XII on 9 Sep 2018
Son of Man with special guests Alan “Tweke” Lewis and John McKenzie, supported by The Green Ray and Rostock.

Can this be confirmed?
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Album by Album - Revelation
« Last post by rockprof on February 23, 2018, 11:59:10 AM »
My old man came thundering up the stairs and burst into the bedroom to see what was going on when he heard erotica.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: BGTYALOAD
« Last post by Olly Goodwin on February 22, 2018, 05:07:30 PM »
" Why oh why did this line up split"
Answer; How long was Clint Space going to be happy having been kicked off his keyboards and being asked to play 2nd Guitar? *

* I have no idea if Clint was happy with this long term, it just seems a waste of his talents; according to the credits he played no keys on the recording.

In fantasy land, musically the two keyboardists together and Deke back on 2nd guitar could have been great - but in terms of personality, some-one would have been up on a murder charge pretty quickly, I suspect.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Album by Album - Revelation
« Last post by Olly Goodwin on February 22, 2018, 04:55:36 PM »
Revelation. Great idea, Michael. First heard Revelation tracks via a completist friend's Golden Hour of Man, within a year of discovering Man in 76 via Maximum Darkness. At that time, this teenager found no good resemblance to Maximum Darkness, Welsh Connection etc. and never listened to it again. Grew up (?) to become a Man completist and bought the vinyl reissue in around 1990, and again played it only once. Found a 2nd hand CD on the West Coast, Portland Oregon, in 2014, played it quite a few times and was converted to its innocent charm. Some riffs and tunes to enjoy, but no real trademark signs of what was to become the unmistakable sound of Man. So, more a creditable "genesis" than a "revelation". By comparison, not a fan of Genesis, but had cause to listen to their first album, also of 1969 with revelation in the title, underwhelming and which similarly didn't hint at the sound of the behemoth they were to become.
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Man - Collectables / Re: 1972-1973 photo
« Last post by joan on February 22, 2018, 02:53:44 PM »
I also have another issue from 1976, which is labelled 'No.3', and has an interview with Micky and Terry.

Thanks for the answer. Could you could share those interviews here please? a simple photo would be enough ;)
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Man - Collectables / Re: 1972-1973 photo
« Last post by Iowerth Pritchard on February 21, 2018, 12:03:02 PM »
I've never seen the first one, Joan - where was it from?

I have these three images with this name: "1975 magazine produced in Brighton"

http://subefotos.com/ver/?174b1681accb02e82f06ed832741d05do.jpg
http://subefotos.com/ver/?3ac8702abb7bf1431081f387fd3d0301o.jpg
http://subefotos.com/ver/?0ec45e5bb5a6c761371c655127523c3ao.jpg

So... it seems a magazine from 1975 showing a poster from monday August 13th.
Searching at 70's calendars this poster can only be from 1973. Other mondays from 70's Augusts were not 13th, only 1979.

Concert not listed in http://www.manband-archive.com/concerts/index.php

I have this fanzine - it was called 'Nostalgia' (the first scan is the cover page - which is Micky at the Oval'72 gig).  As well as the Brighton gig review there is also a Manband history, which is illustrated by the Aug.13th gig poster (from 1973 as you correctly identified).  As typical of the period the fanzine is a photocopied job and so the quality of the photos is no better on the original.  I also have another issue from 1976, which is labelled 'No.3', and has an interview with Micky and Terry.
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Man - Collectables / Re: 1972-1973 photo
« Last post by Colin S on February 20, 2018, 05:53:13 PM »
I think that last was the poster for the 2002 Christmas gig at the Patti. I was there! The wonderful John Otway did his usual extraordinary set. Micky wasn't well, I think, and there were concerns that he would not be able to play, but he did. My new camera failed on me, so I have only memories ...
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Man - Collectables / Re: 1972-1973 photo
« Last post by joan on February 20, 2018, 04:57:15 PM »
Another rare and great photo with the whole band, this one from 2002. It must be from a homemade CD:
http://subefotos.com/ver/?675ccd84dbaf22660661425fed005317o.jpg
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Man - Collectables / Re: 1972-1973 photo
« Last post by joan on February 20, 2018, 04:41:21 PM »
I've never seen the first one, Joan - where was it from?

I have these three images with this name: "1975 magazine produced in Brighton"

http://subefotos.com/ver/?174b1681accb02e82f06ed832741d05do.jpg
http://subefotos.com/ver/?3ac8702abb7bf1431081f387fd3d0301o.jpg
http://subefotos.com/ver/?0ec45e5bb5a6c761371c655127523c3ao.jpg

So... it seems a magazine from 1975 showing a poster from monday August 13th.
Searching at 70's calendars this poster can only be from 1973. Other mondays from 70's Augusts were not 13th, only 1979.

Concert not listed in http://www.manband-archive.com/concerts/index.php
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