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Guy Manning
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A Matter of Life And Death (The Journal Of Abel Mann)
Review by Josh Turner
Guy Manning is quickly climbing the ladder of progressive rock, and he is close to the edge of some real stardom. He was a featured guest on both Tangent albums.
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One Small Step...
Review by Josh Turner
Guy Manning makes intriguing music every time and this won't be the one to let you down. At this pace, he may never slip or fall.
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Guy Manning
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Guy Manning from 2005



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