Manfred Mann Chapter Three is the debut album released in 1969 by Manfred Mann Chapter Three. It was one of the three first albums released on the Vertigo record label. The principal members of the group were Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg. Mann played the organ and acted as the group's musical arranger, whilst Hugg handled vocals, played piano and was the chief songwriter. The group was augmented by a five-piece brass section and several distinguished jazz soloists.
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Then Rowenta flips it (and the listener changes to the second disc of this set) and another session of the same length ensues. Can you believe this is something worth listening to? I’ll readily admit I had my doubts at first. Phase two: Calmness The second effect was maybe not quite planned, but it is the one which lifts this album to greater heights. The metronomic pulsations are so utterly equanimous that your entire body slows down and you enter a zone of extreme calmness and inner silence. Because the information you receive is so scant and reduced, your brain interprets this as a positive sign: There is no danger here, so it can let go.