Although it came to a chaotic and financially ruinous end, the MainMan management company did produce some of the most interesting albums of the 1970s. I’ve long loved the two Dana Gillespie albums of the early-mid-70s and, to my delight, they were revived by Cherry Red last year along with a host of extras. Now comes the same treatment for Mick Ronson. Like Gillespie, he only got two albums out under his deal with Tony DeFries’s before the whole thing went south, but what albums they are. Read on here.