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Diamond Head


Download links and information about Diamond Head by Phil Manzanera. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to New Age, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 47:06 minutes.

Artist: Phil Manzanera
Release date: 1975
Genre: New Age, Rock
Tracks: 10
Duration: 47:06
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No. Title Length
1. Frontera 4:04
2. Diamond Head 4:28
3. Big Day 3:45
4. The Flex 3:34
5. Same Time Next Week 4:48
6. Miss Shapiro 6:28
7. East of Echo 5:47
8. Lagrima 2:36
9. Alma 6:48
10. Carhumba 4:48



Phil Manzanera's first post-Roxy foray into solo albums is a terrific all-star affair that still holds up enormously well. Calling on favors from Roxy members present and past, and those from the Cambridge/British art rock scene, Manzanera assembled a supergroup for every song. Robert Wyatt sings Spanish gibberish on the opener "Frontera," a rewrite of his own "Team Spirit." Brian Eno teams up for the sunny "Big Day" and the nonsensical "Miss Shapiro," both of which would not have been out of place on his own early solo albums. John Wetton (of several groups including Family and Asia) sings a duet with Doreen Chanter (of the Chanter Sisters and the Joe Cocker Band), and Bill MacCormick of Matching Mole and Quiet Sun sings his own "Alma," the album's closing ballad. Fans of any of the singers above, not to mention Manzanera, whose party this is, won't be disappointed. A majority of these tracks went on to form the set list for 801 Live.