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  1. Manoeuvres

    Manoeuvres is the second and final solo studio album by English musician Greg Lake. It was released in July 1983 by Chrysalis Records and featured his 1981 to 1983 lineup (with guitarist Gary Moore, longtime friend bassist Tris Margetts, drummer Ted McKenna (The Sensational Alex Harvey Band; Rory Gallagher), and session keyboardist Tommy Eyre),. Like his debut solo album, Greg Lake (1981), Manoeuvres was created in close collaboration with Northern Irish guitarist and singer-songwriter Gary Moore. It includes a song "Haunted" written with friend and bassist Tris Margetts and rock cartoonist-artist Tony Benyon.The album features a pop-flavoured progressive rock sound resembling that of Asia, the group Lake would join briefly in the end of 1983. Manoeuvres received mainly negative reviews at the time and failed to match the sales of its predecessor.In his autobiography Lake says that "there was no tour and virtually no promotion", and that he recognised that the public did not want guitar-oriented music from him. He parted company with Chrysalis. The album would be Lake's last studio album as a solo artist.


  1. Manoeuvres

    Manoeuvres is the second solo album of singer Greg Lake, released in 1983. It features ex-Thin Lizzy member Gary Moore on guitar again. It is Lake's last original studio album on his own to date.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of manoeuvres in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of manoeuvres in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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