Maximum Darkness - Man

Maximum Darkness
Originally released in 1975, Maximum Darkness was the final album by Welsh rock legends, Man for United Artists records. Recorded live in 1975 at the Roundhouse as part of a UK tour, Man were at the top of their game on stage. For this concert they were joined by John Cippolina from San Francisco'slegendary Quicksilver Messenger Service. A triumphant concert, the album has become legendary return to the USA early the following year. As part of Esoteric'sreissue programme of the Man catalogue we are proud to present the re-mastered album and with two previously unreleased live tracks recorded in California in May 1975. With superbly re-mastered sound and lavish booklet with notes by Man'sDeke Leonard, this is yet another essential release for fans of Man.
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Code: ECLEC2061
Weight: 200
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