Soul of Mann is a 1967 compilation album of instrumental recordings by Manfred Mann, released by HMV Records shortly after the company dropped the group from its roster. It was not well publicised and did not sell strongly. The album brought together; Both sides of the group's debut single, "Why Should We Not" and "Brother Jack" (1963). Sack O' Woe" (Cannonball Adderley) and "M. nello", released on the group's first album The Five Faces of Manfred Mann (1964).
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Complete your Manfred Mann collection. 照 Soul Of Mann (Instrumentals), LP, Comp, CSD 3594. Is not titled Soul of Man (Instrumentals)'. The cover (only) terms this album as MANFRED MANN INSTRUMENTALS.
Soul of Mann, never issued in the . is a compilation of most of these early instrumental efforts, which originally appeared on various singles, EPs, and LPs between 1963 and 1966 (though one song, ". " and is actually a blues-rocker with a Paul Jones vocal). Instrumentals were not the band's forte, but this collection is more interesting than you might think.
Album by Manfred Mann. The Abominable Snowmann. Why Should We Not. . I Can't Get No) Satisfaction. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. Still I'm Sad. Tengo, Tango. MusicBrainz: Soul of Mann. is a cover of. My Generation by The Who (1965).