9 thoughts on “ Got My Mojo Working - Manfred Mann - Semi-Detached Suburban (20 Great Hits Of The Sixties) (Cassette)

  • Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James Manfred Mann Written by John Carter and Geoff Stephens; released as a single with "Morning After The Party" as the B-side. There are some errors made by bassist Klaus Voormann in the bridge and the final verse, so it's not my fault if it doesn't sound correct.
  • Find out at which radio station you can hear Semi-detached, Suburban Mr. James med Manfred Mann This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our policies regarding the use of cookies. Manfred Mann Album: Semi-Detached, Suburban Mr. James / Morning After the Party - Single, FM Hits USA (Top 40 / Hits.
  • For your semi-detached suburban Mr. James? So you've finally got your man, I hope you won't regret it He can't love you the way I can, so please don't you forget it So you think you will be happy, buttering the toast I'm your semi-detached suburban Mr. Mouse I can .
  • 7" Single on 45cat: Manfred Mann - Semi-Detached, Suburban Mr. James / Morning After The Party - Fontana - UK - TF
  • 9. Oh No Not My Baby Pretty Flamingo Sha La La The Way You Do The Things You Do Stormy Monday Blues Got My Mojo Working Smokestack Lightning Don't Ask Me What To Say I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man Poison Ivy My Little Red Book There's No Living Without Your Loving/5(4).
  • ReviewThe late '70s/early '80s saw a large volume of greatest-hits compilations from EMI's '60s roster. Manfred Mann were no exception, with the label compiling their biggest on Semi Detached Suburban. Manfred Mann's career was split into two phases -- the first on EMI with Paul Jones as vocalist.
  • Oct 10,  · So you've finally named the day when wedding-bells will chime I was sorry to hear you say, you're gonna be his not mine Do you think you will be happy, giving up your friends For your semi-detached suburban Mr. James? So you've finally got your man, I hope you won't regret it He can't love you the way I can, so please don't you forget it So you think you will be happy, buttering the toast I'm.
  • The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" b/w "What You Gonna Do?" 1 2 — 1 4 6 4 1 1 — A: Mann Made Hits B: The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann: The Manfred Mann Album "Sha La La" b/w "John Hardy" 3 52 — 12 36 38 7 6 12 — Mann Made Hits: The Five Faces of Manfred Mann: "Come Tomorrow" b/w "What Did I Do Wrong?" 4 24 —
  • An R&B band that only played pop to get on the charts, Manfred Mann ranked among the most adept British Invasion acts in both styles. The fact that their range encompassed jazz as well as rhythm & blues, coupled with some elements of their appearance and presentation -- co-founder/keyboardist Manfred Mann's bearded, bespectacled presence -- also made the Manfreds more of a thinking person's.

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