Man - Rhinos, Winos & Lunatics 1974 (UK, Psychedelic Rock, Progressive Rock)

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Man - Rhinos, Winos & Lunatics 1974 (UK, Psychedelic Rock, Progressive Rock)

 Eighth album in the discography of the most flourishing of the group, we can say - the ceiling. Here's the story Deke Leonard: "I think that Baker (producer Roy Thomas Baker) did a good job. We are not the easiest group in the world for a producer, but I think he was a great professional and cheerful person, do not pay attention to our moods . We went to the Castle Clearwell, where they learned that we can use week deadline. With extremely tight schedule, we were panicking, but suddenly everything went like clockwork. After a week in the studio Morgan material was recorded, and three completely mixed. " The album was released in February 1974 and successfully reached # 24 in the UK Albums Chart. Smooth, multidimensional and melodic album of 8 tracks, was supported by a national tour with Hawkwind and greatly increased the popularity of Man. After the release of this album was first team crossed the ocean and began touring in the U.S..

Original album:
All tracks composed by Micky Jones, Deke Leonard, Malcolm Morley, Ken Whaley and Terry Williams, except where noted.

01. Taking The Easy Way Out Again - 4:22

02. The Thunder And Lightning Kid - 5:17

03. California Silks And Satins (Deke Leonard, Malcolm Morley) - 4:37

04. Four Day Louise - 6:02

05. Intro - 0:44

06. Kerosene - 6:29

07. Scotch Corner - 9:04

08. Exit - 1:13


09. Taking The Easy Way Out Again (single A-side, 1974) - 3:17


- Micky Jones - guitar, vocals
- Deke Leonard - guitar, piano, vocals
- Malcolm Morley - piano, guitar, vocals
- Ken Whaley - bass
- Terry Williams - drums, vocals
- Roy Thomas Baker - producer