Manfred Mann became stars in the United States during 1964 with their chart-topping “Do Wah Diddy Diddy” and the number 12 “Sha La La.” Both were smooth and catchy pop/rock tunes.
Their third release in the USA returned them more to their blues roots. “Come Tomorrow” featured a fine blusey vocal by Paul Jones. It was a little to different from their first two big hits for the American music buying public. It stalled at number 50 on the BILLBOARD Pop Singles Chart.
Manfred Mann would have dozens of personnel changes down through the years but this old blusey gem remains one of their better releases.