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Manhattans, The

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The Manhattans

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 2 June 1972

REGULAR readers of B&S who follow the U.S. charts have probably noticed that every now and then a record comes on the charts then drops ...

The Manhattans: Kiss And Say Hello To The Manhattans

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 25 May 1976

The Manhattans have been kinda bubbling under for a long time. Now destiny has caught up with them and their new osculatory single is currently ...

The Manhattans vs The Blue Notes: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 12 February 1977

THEORETICALLY this bout should have provided at least a points-win decision in favour of Harold Melvin's Blue Notes, although, owing to recent personnel upsets in ...

Rappin' With The Manhattans

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 29 March 1977

AT THE end of their recent highly successful debut British tour, we managed to corner the genial quartet of Manhattans just long enough to bring ...

The Manhattans: There’s No Good In Goodbye; It Feels So Good

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, 18 May 1978

IN A FIELD ONCE glutted with heavyweights, lightweights and pretenders, the Manhattans stand almost alone, a throwback to an era when an orange sharkskin suit, ...

Manhattans Are Planning A Doo Wop Album

Report and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 20 June 1978

The guys started out as a street-corner group and have always maintained an interest in the old doo-wap style. Now there's talk of them cutting ...

The Manhattans zoom back...

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 8 May 1979

'Kiss And Say Goodbye' provided the Manhattans with a global hit, and now the enduring quartet look forward to continued success with their new album. ...

The Manhattans: A Long Struggle To The Top

Profile by Dan Nooger, Cash Box, 22 November 1980

1980 HAS been quite a year for The Manhattans. The Columbia recording group had its first major crossover hit earlier this year with 'Shining Star', ...

see also Gerald Alston


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