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70's Mandre

Yes, where is the 70's Mandre that most listeners are acquainted with or should I say the stuff that put them on the map like the Interlude (Opus)?

Bring it back

I Agree with the other listeners where is the album from the 70s that was played at all upscale outings that had the masked men in tuxedos on the album cover even the cover was ahead of it's time. If iTunes would make this happen they would make a lot of money. Please make it so.

I love Mandre

He's so freaky! So awesome this album made it to itunes. Most of the original pressings of this one burned in a warehouse by accident. Glad to see this one finally get the release it deserves!


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Active during the late '70s and early '80s, Mandré was a Motown-supported alias of one-man funk band Michael Andre Lewis. Prior to making his helmeted funk hero a reality, the Omaha, Nebraska native was a close associate of Buddy Miles, worked with LaBelle and Johnny Guitar Watson, and led the band Maxayn, a platform for partner Maxayn Lewis. After he replaced George Duke in Frank Zappa's band, as heard first on Zoot Allures (1976), Lewis signed to Motown and made three out-there albums for the label:...
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