Live at the Padget Rooms, Penarth was the sixth album by Man, released in September 1972. It was the band’s second live album, both performed by this four-piece line-up, although the line up had substantially changed before this album was released, as was acknowledged on the original LP sleeve.
The idea for a live album came from Andrew Lauder, United Artists’ A&R manager, following the success of Man’s contributions to the Greasy Truckers Party benefit album, recorded at the Roundhouse in February 1972. It was agreed to record the album on “home territory” in South Wales at the Paget Rooms, Penarth, a seaside resort at the south end of Cardiff Bay.
Disc one 1. "Spunk Rock" 24.49 *
2. "Many Are Called But Few Get Up" 10.42
3. "Angel Easy" 5.16 *
Disc two 1. "H. Samuel (Jam)" 19.27
2. "Romain" 20.36 *
3. "Daughter of the Fireplace" 7.57
* - previously unreleased
Michael Jones — guitars, vocals (Mick Jones on the initial CD and Micky Jones on the re-release)
Deke Leonard — guitars, vocals
Martin Ace — bass vocals
Terry Williams — drums
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