Assembly of Dust

complete history of songs

I'm A Man


No song lyrics on link available at the moment.

This song has been played live 10 time/s.

History of the song:

Original release date: 1967
Release as a single only

Nate Wilson plays this as an instrumental during solos

The original recording was a fast, Hammond organ-driven blues rock track released as a single by the Spencer Davis Group in early 1967, reaching no. 9 in the UK singles charts. It was the last hit single by the band before the brothers Steve and Muff Winwood left to pursue their own separate careers.
The song is sometimes confused with another SDG hit, "Gimme Some Lovin'", which has been a hit for various other bands, and was also covered by Steve Winwood's next band, Traffic.
"I'm A Man" seems not to have been included on any SDG album recorded during the band's lifetime, but it is featured on the recent Spencer Davis Group DVD "Gimme Some Lovin' Live 1966", which was recorded live in late 1966.


This is a cover song and has been played on these occasions:

Written by Spencer Davis Group(Stevie Winwood)


No guest artists have performed this song

This songs hasn't been performed as a part of 'Assembly of Mud'.

This songs hasn't been performed as a part of 'Assembly of Dirt'.

This songs hasn't been performed as a part of 'Assembly of Wood'.

This song has not been a segue.