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Live at the Padget Rooms, Penarth ~ Remastered Deluxe Edition, Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (22 Oct. 2007)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Esoteric
  • ASIN: B000VBJD7Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Spunk Rock
  2. Many Are Called, But Few Get Up
  3. Angel Easy

Disc: 2

  1. H. Samuel (Jam)
  2. Romain
  3. Daughter Of The Fireplace

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MAN'S DEBUT LIVE ALBUM FOR LIBERTY / UA - NOW REMIXED FROM THE ORIGINAL 8-TRACK TAPES & EXPANDED TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE CONCERT

MAN's importance in the history of Welsh rock music cannot be understated. Fusing the worlds of psychedelia, blues, rock and roll and West Coast inspired rock, they were simply one of Britain's most original groups of the 1970's. Recording a series of Classic albums for Liberty / United Artists, MAN, along with label-mates HAWKWIND, were true champions of the "underground" spirit. Esoteric Recordings are proud to undertake the reissuing of MAN's entire legacy for United Artists continuing with their first live album for the label released in September 1972. This expanded reissue features the entire concert over two CDs at a special price and liner notes exclusively penned by MAN guitarist and raconteur DEKE LEONARD. The time is right to re-experience the musical ages of MAN!

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This isn't just the album that puts the superfluous "d" in "Paget Rooms", it must also be one of the best live albums ever -- no, make that one of the best albums of any kind. Packed full of ideas, it combines psychedelic discord with twin-lead-guitar rock'n'roll (think Wishbone Ash, but with a harder edge) in a way you'd never imagined possible. The word "symphonic" comes to mind, especially with regard to the superb twenty-minute last track, "H. Samuel"; I can only suggest to the reviewer who thinks that particular effort is "aimless" to listen to it a few hundred more times until you get the point!
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THE Man album. I had one of the few vinyl copies which are worth their weight in gold and lost it when my marriage broke up. It is never going to be the same but this is Man at the peak of their powers and in my favourite line-up. The Padge was a special place and held some awesome gigs around this time but this night was possibly the finest of the lot. Lay back and enjoy it loud.
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Awesome
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My elder brother was one of those quick and lucky enough to get an original copy of this album it was just the three tracks then. The fact that it sold out within the first week, shot to No.1 in the Mid Price album chart and then it was gone. This made it much in demand and it became a bootleg classic. The bend themselves even started selling cassette bootleg copies of it at gigs. Eventually BGO Records got the licence to release the original album in 1997 and so Live at the Padget Rooms Penarthwas finally available now with Esoteric Records rising from the ashes of Electric Records the classic Man albums are available in expanded form. This album is expanded to six tracks; it now opens with the 24 minute version of Spunk Rock. This illustrates Man's slow burn building up of momentum and the album as a whole presents a much truer picture of why Man was such a powerful live band at the time and they should have been the "Next Big Thing" following this album but that never really happened despite an increased popularity for a short time this was never sustained. They did, however, go on to record some brilliant albums nsuch asBe Good to Yourself at Least Once a Day ~ Remastered plus bonus tracks-deluxe editionand Back Into the Future ~ Remastered + Bonus Tracks, both now in expanded form and Esoteric have given them rather good packging too. The Live album that I had and the one that I considered as my Man album was B0016QCAJQ which is still a great album.Read more ›
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When I was at school (aeons ago) my mate Mike and I were Man fans. Mike had this well-recorded 3 song live bash on vinyl, in a funny little thin paper cover as I remember it. I heard it many times round at Mike's house, and made a mental note to acquire my own copy once pocket-money allowed. Sadly, by the time pocket-money allowed, the album had long since sold out, never to be made available again. Until now. For less pocket-money than I spend daily on a sandwich, a paper and some juice at lunchtime, this amazing artifact is once again obtainable. Deep joy. Take my advice; if pocket-money allows, grab a copy NOW. I had to wait 30-odd years, so get it while you've got the chance.
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I bought the original 'low price, limited edition' album when it was first released when I was in my early teens and was completely freaked out (a 70s version of 'blown away') by it. It was, and still is in my opinion, one of the best 4 or 5 live albums of the 70s, despite 'H.Samuel Jam' being a little aimless and uninspiring. 'Many are Called..' and 'Daughter of the Fireplace' are classic versions of virtually unknown classic songs of their generation (outside of the select few who knew of the band). I first heard Man after buying a UA sampler called 'All Good Clean Fun' which featured the studio version of 'Daughter of the Fireplace', I then went on to buy all of their albums up to and including 'Do You Like It Here...'. The live versions of 'Many are Called..' and 'Daughter...' have to be heard to be believed, the improvised guitar driven intro's are inspired. This CD features additional songs from the gig which must have been difficult for the band/label to sit on all of these years. I still think whoever chose to include 'H.Samuel Jam' on the original album rather than 'Romain', 'Angel Easy' or 'Spunk Rock' (and yes I know there was a version released as part of the 'Greasy Truckers' album) must have been on acid or summat......Still sounds brill...
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Recording of a Man concert that took place on April 8, 1972. Sound quality is quite good with sort of a raw edge to it. Turns out this is an expanded 2-CD reissue of that evening's entire set. Previously 'Padget Rooms' was put out as a single disc CD reissue. Now, Esoteric adds on three more bonus track, thus making it a double disc pressing. Starts off with the twenty-three minute Man jamming classic "Spunk Rock", it sounds just so '70's-ish. "Many Are Called, But Few Get Up" has a rather good vibe to it and "Angel Easy" brings the band right back at what they do second best - playing fine blues rock. The first, of course is playing superb British psychedelic rock and roll. Then on disc two, "H. Samuel" is another epic - clocking in at nineteen minutes, the later half of this song could possibly provide a good soundtrack to a suspense movie. "Romain" brings to mind some of that old school southern fried rock and "Daughter In The Fireplace" is another one of Man's steady rockers, that sound even better when performed in front of a live audience. Enjoy this expanded 2-CD reissue like it was meant to be. Recommended.
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