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Mann Made
Mann Made.jpg
Studio album by
Released8 October 1965 (UK)
5 November 1965 (US)
6 June 1966 (Canada)
LabelHis Master's Voice (UK)
Ascot (US)
Capitol (Canada)
ProducerJohn Burgess
Manfred Mann chronology
The Five Faces of Manfred Mann
Mann Made
As Is

Mann Made is the second British and fourth American studio album by Manfred Mann, released in October 1965 on His Master's Voice in the United Kingdom,[1] and November 1965 on Ascot Records in the United States.[2] It was the group's final recording project with original members Mike Vickers and Paul Jones, as well as their last to be recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, before switching to Fontana Records.

The album was reduced to twelve songs by Capitol Records in the Canadian market, where "You're for Me", "I Really Do Believe", and "Hi Lili, Hi Lo" were excluded, and replaced by "She Needs Company" along with the hit single "Pretty Flamingo" for the June 1966 release.[3]

Track listing

Original UK/US release

Side one
1."Since I Don't Have You"Jackie Taylor, James Beaumont, Janet Vogel, Joseph Rock, Joe Verscharen, Lennie Martin, Wally Lester2:35
2."You're for Me"Mike Vickers2:53
3."Look Away"Jerry Ragovoy, Bob Russell2:18
4."The Abominable Snowmann" (instrumental)Vickers2:43
5."Watch Your Step"Bobby Parker2:13
6."Stormy Monday Blues"T-Bone Walker; credited to Bob Crowder, Earl Hines, Billy Eckstine[4]3:39
7."I Really Do Believe"Paul Jones3:05
Side two
8."Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"Helen Deutsch, Bronisław Kaper2:40
9."The Way You Do the Things You Do"Smokey Robinson, Bobby Rogers2:41
10."Bare Hugg" (instrumental)Mike Hugg3:50
11."You Don't Know Me"Eddy Arnold, Cindy Walker3:54
12."L.S.D."Tom McGuinness3:50
13."I'll Make It Up to You"Ragovoy, Ben Raleigh3:14

Original Canadian release

Side one
1."Pretty Flamingo"Mark Barkan2:34
2."Since I Don't Have You"Taylor, Beaumont, Vogel, Rock, Verscharen, Martin, Lester2:35
3."Look Away"Ragovoy, Russell2:18
4."The Abominable Snowmann" (instrumental)Vickers2:43
5."Watch Your Step"Parker2:13
6."Stormy Monday Blues"Walker3:39
Side two
7."She Needs Company"Jones2:46
8."The Way You Do the Things You Do"Robinson, Rogers2:41
9."Bare Hugg" (instrumental)Hugg3:50
10."You Don't Know Me"Arnold, Walker3:54
12."I'll Make It Up to You"Ragovoy, Raleigh3:14

Recording sessions

All of the songs were recorded 11 January–10 June 1965, at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, except 4 February and 18 March 1966 for "She Needs Company" and "Pretty Flamingo", respectively:[5]


Manfred Mann

Production and additional personnel

Release history

Date Label Format Country Catalog Notes
8 October 1965 His Master's Voice LP UK CLP 1911 Original mono release.
CSD 1628 Original stereo release.
5 November 1965 Ascot LP US ALM 13024 Original mono release.
ALS 13024 Original stereo release.
6 June 1966 Capitol LP Canada T 6187 Original mono release.
November 1969 Regal Starline LP UK SRS 5007
3 October 1997 EMI CD UK DORIG 119 Original CD release.
29 January 2003 EMI CD Japan TOCP-67111 Reissue of the Stereo album plus mono bonus tracks under the title Mann Made Plus.
25 February 2014 Parlophone SHM-CD Japan WPCR-15488 Reissue of the original UK cover Mono album plus stereo and mono bonus tracks in a replica LP sleeve.
WPCR-15489 Reissue of the original US cover Mono album plus stereo and mono bonus tracks in a replica LP sleeve.
4 November 2014 Sundazed LP US LP 5197 Reissue of the original US cover Stereo album.


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  5. ^ D&j (2018-06-05). "Manfred Mann - Down the Road Apiece: Their EMI Recordings 1963-1966". Old Melodies ... Retrieved 2018-10-30.

See also

This page was last edited on 20 December 2018, at 13:31
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