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[*] posted on 2-6-2024 at 07:22
Ed Mann RIP


It saddens me greatly to say the great Ed Mann passed away yesterday .
RIP Ed and thanks .




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[*] posted on 2-6-2024 at 18:19


Oh no, I'm sorry to hear that...



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[*] posted on 2-6-2024 at 21:51


Oh man..RIP Ed Mann...My first FZ concert was the Sheik Yerbouti tour in '77, Ed was a stand-out on stage...:drums:
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[*] posted on 3-6-2024 at 00:27


Sad indeed! :crying:
I've only seen FZ twice - in 1988 and with the yellow shark - but have hardly any recollections, cause there are all those releases and videos and stuff. One of the few exceptions is, when FZs use of handsignals failed and Ed was the villain in that story: FZ pointed his signals towards the musicians but Ed was so sunken in his playing that he didn't notice. FZ then did some kind of jump into Eds direction and that sudden movement was a kind of wakeup call for Ed who obviously reacted in the desired way and FZ went back into his former position and things seemed to work out right again...
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