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Man - General Discussion / Re: Deke Leonard Bullseye telecaster Replica
« Last post by Jules on August 21, 2021, 10:52:28 AM »
Here's a picture of Deke with a pre-surgery Tele. Blonde with a maple slab neck (the guitar that is, not Deke 8)). No guarantee that this is actually Deke's guitar, it might just be one he picked up to drool over.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Deke Leonard Bullseye telecaster Replica
« Last post by Jules on August 21, 2021, 10:43:32 AM »
I've had a look through the Archive to see what could be found. Results were disappointing I'm afraid. A couple of images of Deke playing it, which of course obscure the top cut-out and, as George says above, nothing of the back. Most of the pictures show the Tele with a Strat neck, during the period when the original was being re-fretted.

For now, the front cover of Iceberg is about the best I could suggest.

Cutting the holes out would probably have been a drill it and join up the drill holes exercise. Deke never struck me as a man who might be handy with a router.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Deke Leonard Bullseye telecaster Replica
« Last post by George Jones on August 19, 2021, 07:57:26 PM »
Lots of photo's around of the front of the Telecaster, but nothing of the back.  Ive not seen the guitar since the awful evening it was stolen.

I've borrowed the SG several times from Mary and can tell you that it is not painted on the back
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Man - Collectables / Re: Cd's v Albums
« Last post by Jules on August 19, 2021, 07:09:36 PM »
Nice anagram by the way.  ;D
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Man - Collectables / Re: Cd's v Albums
« Last post by Jules on August 19, 2021, 07:05:11 PM »
I have a collection of Man cd's which I think are missing the following-
1984-Live @ Cross Keys Institute - Limited release, so your best bet is to lurk on eBay or Discogs until something comes up. Others here may be willing to burn a copy for you.
1976-Live @ Keystone Berkeley  - Limited release, so your best bet is to lurk on eBay or Discogs until something comes up. Others here may be willing to burn a copy for you.
2004-Live @ Hebdon Bridge  - Limited release, so your best bet is to lurk on eBay or Discogs until something comes up. Others here may be willing to burn a copy for you.
Anachronism Tango - Current release so should be easy enough to get hold of. There's a limited edition EP culled from this too. If supplies are limited, hold on a while for the relaunch of AT which is bubbling through the pipes currently.

Can anyone advise if the following are available on cd or only vinyl as missing these also-
Historia De La Musica Pop Inglesa Vol 11 - Vinyl only - trawl the auction sites
Evolution(Boxset?) - CD only - Amazon were selling copies quite recently. Bit of a dog's breakfast this one, but it does include the full Keystone show listed above (on two of the six discs)
Greenfly - Vinyl only (double) - trawl the auction sites
Twice - Vinyl only - trawl the auction sites
1973 Golden Hour of Man - Vinyl, 8-track and cassette only (not on cd) - trawl the auction sites

If you have a compelling urge to get these compilations by all means go for it, but you'll have almost all of the music on them already, if you have the first two studio albums (Revelation and 2 Ozs.)
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Man - Collectables / Cd's v Albums
« Last post by piflonkyd on August 19, 2021, 03:36:22 PM »
I have a collection of Man cd's which I think are missing the following-
1984-Live @ Cross Keys Institute
1976-Live @ Keystone Berkeley
2004-Live @ Hebdon Bridge
Anachronism Tango

Can anyone advise if the following are available on cd or only vinyl as missing these also-
Hystoria De La Musica Pop Inglesa Vol 11
Evolution(Boxset?)
Greenfly
Twice
1973 Golden Hour of Man

Just got a box version of The Twang Dynasty which includes Live @ Glastonbury 1994(which was unaware of) to go with standard cd version
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Man - Collectables / Re: Man Crosskeys Institute 1984
« Last post by Newyorkmanfan on August 18, 2021, 05:35:54 AM »
I would prefer the actual cd but to be fair the flac files would be really my best bet but I do appreciate it. Would the files be sent through we transfer?
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Man... on Bandcamp
« Last post by Campbell on August 17, 2021, 09:12:29 PM »
I wasn't familiar with Bandcamp before.I have had a quick look.Over the years,I have bought a fair bit of Man product,first on vinyl then years later CDs.Like most people now,when I listen to music I go straight to Youtube and I find anything I want.Very occasionally a song will have been removed by a record company,but that's rare.Next time I see Man live if I like the new stuff,then I will buy the CD.Agreed,Bandcamp sounds like a good idea with the band making money and apparently,Bandcamp take only 15%.That said,when I want to listen to Man 1998 Starclub for instance I am not going to fork out when I have the CD sitting in a cupbboard upstairs.
Future generations,well you never know.A few years back Something is Happening got picked up and reused somewhere--our kind of music could make a big come bakc
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Man - General Discussion / Man... on Bandcamp
« Last post by Alan Ford on August 17, 2021, 03:11:12 PM »
Hi all, I'm just a long time fan of the band, making my first tentative steps onto the forum.

I was wondering (now out loud) if, as a legacy, the entire Man back catalogue could be made available via Bandcamp. It would, at least, be available for future generations (one would hope). But I guess that record companies and large corporates such as Spotify might get in the way, as I assume they will own the copyrights, etc. and demand their pound of flesh.

Just imagine, one click in the archive and almost instant playback of that tune...

Regards
Alan
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Man - Collectables / Re: Man Crosskeys Institute 1984
« Last post by Allan Heron on August 16, 2021, 10:27:10 PM »
I'd be happy to let you have FLAC files of this album if you want, but I suspect you're looking to have the physical product.

Let me know.
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