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There are 2 Geoff Manns listed here: the british singer and the NYC based drummer and composer.

Geoff Mann (1956 - 1993)
Geoff Mann was the singer with the eighties' progressive rock band Twelfth Night. After leaving Twelfth Night he made three self-financed solo albums, then went on to form The Bond and later A Geoff Mann Band. He also produced albums with Marc Catley and Clive Nolan, and collaborated with IQ singer Peter Nicholls. As well as staunch Socialism, his religious views were also an important part of his lyrical palette; eventually he became a priest in parallel with his musical career.

Sadly Geoff died of cancer on February 5th 1993.

Most of his recorded work, including cassette albums such as the monochrome Chants Would Be A fine Thing (all his album titles are excruciating puns), is now available on CD.

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Geoff Mann (b. 1975)
An accomplished composer, instrumentalist, recording engineer & producer, Geoff Mann was born in New York City in 1975. He has written, arranged & recorded music for films, documentaries, commercials, radio themes, fundraising videos and for artists and bands, including the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, the Eternal Buzz Brass Band, Ori Kaplan (of Balkan Beat Box), Yuganaut, Mansfields, and with his late father, flutist Herbie Mann.

Geoff started playing drums at the age of 8 and began formal music training in High School, studying theory and compostition at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, MA., and at New England Conservatory's extention division. He completed his BFA in Jazz Performance with a concentration in Composition at the New School for Social Research in Lower Manhatttan in 1997. Read more on

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