Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Roaring Silence - Switzerland release 12" Vinyl LP Album

This is the RARE Swiss pressing of Manfred Mann's Roaring Silence the album released in 1976 by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Like other Earth Band albums, this includes material by other composers. "Blinded by the Light", which reached number one in Billboard's Hot 100, is a cover version of a track by Bruce Springsteen; "Questions" is based on the main theme of Franz Schubert's Impromptu in G flat Major; "Starbird" takes its theme from Igor Stravinsky's ballet The Firebird. This album also marked the arrival of vocalist/guitarist Chris Hamlet Thompson.

 

Front Cover Photo Of Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland

Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Roaring Silence - Switzerland release 12" Vinyl LP

Collector's info: : 

 

Music Genre:

 
Progressive Rock  

Album Production Information:

 
Recorded at the Workhouse, Old Kent Road, London, 1976
Produced by Manfred Mann and the Earth Band, thanks to Dave Hatfield

Record Label Information:

 
Bronze 28 789 XOT / 27 870 +ML+

Media Format:

 
12" LP Vinyl Gramophone Record 

Year & Country:

 
1976 Made in Switzerland
Band Members and Musicians on: Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Chris Hamlet Thompson
  • Dave Flett
  • Colin Pattenden
  • Chris Slade
  • Manfred Mann
Track Listing of: Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland

The Song/tracks on "Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland " are

    Side One:
  • Blinded by the Light
  • Singing the Dolphin Through
  • Waiter, there is a yawn in my ear
    Side Two:
  • The Road to Babylon
  • This Side of Paradise
  • Starbird
  • Question s

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Front Cover Photo Of Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland
Front Cover Photo Of Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland

 

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Photo Of The Back Cover Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland
Photo of album back cover Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland

 

Close up of record's label Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland Side One:
Close up of record's label Manfred Mann's Earth Band Roaring Silence Switzerland Side One

Yellow colour Bronze Record Label Details: BRONZE 28 789 XOT +ML+ S 27 870 ( NO copyright symbols )

Manfred Mann's Earth Band: The Vinyl Collection - A Discography of Their Essential Albums

Band Description:

  Manfred Mann's Earth Band is a progressive rock band that was formed in the early 1970s. The band's music is characterized by a fusion of different genres, including rock, jazz, blues, and classical music. The band's founder, Manfred Mann, was already an established musician in the 1960s, having had several hit singles with his previous band, Manfred Mann.

  History

  Manfred Mann's Earth Band was formed in 1971, after Manfred Mann's previous band disbanded. The original lineup included Manfred Mann on keyboards, Mick Rogers on guitar and vocals, Colin Pattenden on bass guitar, and Chris Slade on drums. The band's debut album, "Manfred Mann's Earth Band," was released in 1972 and included a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Blinded by the Light," which became a hit single.

  The band released several successful albums in the 1970s, including "Solar Fire," "The Good Earth," and "Watch." In 1976, Chris Thompson replaced Mick Rogers as the band's lead vocalist. The band's popularity waned in the 1980s, and they went on hiatus for several years.

  In the 1990s, the band reformed and began touring again. They released several new albums, including "Soft Vengeance" and "2006," which received critical acclaim. The band continues to tour and perform to this day, with Manfred Mann as the only original member still in the band.

  Musical Style

  Manfred Mann's Earth Band's music is characterized by a fusion of different genres. The band's early albums had a progressive rock sound, with long instrumental sections and complex arrangements. Later albums had a more pop-oriented sound, with shorter, more accessible songs.

  The band's music also incorporated elements of jazz, blues, and classical music. Manfred Mann was known for his use of the synthesizer, which gave the band's music a distinctive sound. The band also had a reputation for their live performances, which often featured extended improvisations.

  Influence

  Manfred Mann's Earth Band had a significant influence on the music industry, particularly in the 1970s. Their fusion of different genres inspired other musicians to experiment with new sounds and styles. The band's cover of "Blinded by the Light" brought them mainstream success and helped popularize Bruce Springsteen's music.

  The band's use of the synthesizer also had a significant impact on the music industry. The synthesizer became a popular instrument in rock music, and many other bands began incorporating it into their music.