B23371 – Manfred Mann 1963 Press Kit Bob Wooler Collection
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An original Manfred Mann press kit issued by Kenneth Pitt Limited. The press kit is from July 1963 and contains details relating to the group and their first record release ‘Why Should We Not’ c/w ‘Brother Jack’ as released on HMV records. It contains 7 single-sided pages of information on Manfred Mann including a black and white image of the group on the cover. The kit comes from the collection of former Cavern Club compère Bob Wooler. He was a pivotal figure in the Merseyside music scene. His initial involvement with Merseybeat came via a local skiffle group named The Mars Bars who later became Gerry And The Pacemakers. Bob found his niche as a compère at the Cavern Club, it was in this role that he made his greatest contribution to popularising Merseybeat. He is most notable for being instrumental in introducing Brian Epstein to The Beatles on his visit to the Cavern on 9th November 1961. The pages of the press kit are stapled together in the upper left corner. Each page measures 21cm x 26.5cm (8.25 inches x 10.5 inches). The condition is very good.
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