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Man - Do You Like It Here Now, Are You Settling In? (2007)

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Man - Do You Like It Here Now, Are You Settling In? (2007)
Artist: Man
Title Of Album: Do You Like It Here Now, Are You Settling In?
Year Of Release: 1971 (2007)
Label: Esoteric Recordings
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Art-Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:13:31
Total Size: 215 Mb

Tracklist:

01. Angel Easy (5:03)
02. All Good Clean Fun (4:34)
03. We're Only Children (8:31)
04. Many Are Called, But Few Get Up (7:29)
05. Manillo (5:18)
06. Love Your Life (9:05)
Bonus tracks (2007 Remaster Esoteric):
07. Bonus Track - Many Are Called, But Few Get Up (Live at Gugenhalle, Essen, Germany) (9:32)
08. Bonus Track - Angel Easy (Live at Gugenhalle, Essen, Germany) (5:26)
09. Bonus Track - Romain (Live at Gugenhalle, Essen, Germany) (18:33)

Line-up:
Micky Jones / guitars, vocals
Deke Leonard / guitars, piano, vocals
Terry Williams / drums, percussion
Clive John / organ, piano, vocals
Martin Ace / bass, acoustic guitar, vocals

Long a fan favorite, Man's fourth studio album was recorded in 1971 during a harried one-week studio session that found the group having to write nearly the entire album, barring the tight and rocking "Angel Easy" and the group's multi-part masterwork "Many Are Called but Few Get Up." Frankly, the album sounds like a record that was largely jammed in the studio; the eight-minute-plus jams that close each side, "We're Only Children" and "Love Your Life," are particularly tiresome, good instrumental and lyrical ideas stretched well past their breaking points. However, besides the superior "Angel Easy" and "Many Are Called but Few Get Up," the album does include the rather wonderful "All Good Clean Fun," a showcase for pianist Clive John and lead guitarist Deke Leonard that has a delightful prog pop playfulness akin to some of Genesis' more lighthearted early moments or the daffiness of the later band Hatfield & the North. The album may be only half good, but that half is among Man's very best work.




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