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Manic Depressives

Manic Depressives

Manic Depressives


The Manic Depressives (a.k.a. Peter Johnson and the Manic Depressives) was a blues-influenced band from Cambridge, MA in the early '70's. Band members were Peter C. Johnson, John Payne and Paul Rishell. Their song Dyin' Flu, was included in the sampler album Live at Jack's in 1973. Besides performing a lot in the Boston area, they were also active as the touring band for Bonnie Raitt. The Band broke up after a fistfight on a wedding gig. Peter C. Johnson started a solo carreer Read more on Last.fm
The Manic Depressives (a.k.a. Peter Johnson and the Manic Depressives) was a blues-influenced band from Cambridge, MA in the early '70's. Band members were Peter C. Johnson, John Payne and Paul Rishell.

Their song Dyin' Flu, was included in the sampler album Live at Jack's in 1973. Besides performing a lot in the Boston area, they were also active as the touring band for Bonnie Raitt. The Band broke up after a fistfight on a wedding gig. Peter C.

Johnson started a solo carreer, John Payne rose to fame with his contribution to Van Morrison's Astral Weeks, on which he played the flute and saxophone parts and Paul Rishell is a member of the blues-duo Paul Rishell & Annie Raines. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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