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Paul Jones: A Mann On His Own

Dawn James, Rave, September 1966

"I've been thinking of leaving the Manfreds for a long time, but I just couldn't take the plunge." Paul Jones wanted to think for himself, to make his own decisions. He wanted freedom as a pop singer, and he's got it. He's out on his own. Will the image, the fans, the popularity follow him...? Dawn James asked him these critical questions in a RAVE interview.

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