Don Juan Mancha

American soul songwriter, producer, and manager originally from Detroit, Michigan. He ran Groove City Records (2). Mancha has worked with Wilson Pickett and his first group The Falcons, Edwin Starr, Bettye Lavette, Ike Turner, Jack Montgomery, Emanuel Laskey, Darrow Fletcher, plus scores of others. His material was released on labels like Motown-Tamla, Golden World, Thelma Record Co., Correc - Tone, Barracuda Records (6), Scepter Records and others, at numerous studios across America, which made him a popular and well known figure on the music scene, particularly in the 1960s and 1970s.
September 21, 1939 - June 9, 2011 (Detroit, MI)

Do NOT confuse with Don Juan (32) ("More And More")


HR 1002 Don Juan Mancha - Ain't That Something! album art Various Dance Of Love (as The Don Mancha Experience) Various - Ain't That Something!(CD, Comp) Hayley Records HR 1002 UK 2003 Sell This Version
TOCKBX2 Don Juan Mancha - Soul On Fire (The Detroit Soul Story 1957-1977) album art Various Hong Kong (as Don Juan) Various - Soul On Fire (The Detroit Soul Story 1957-1977)(3xCD, Comp, Box) Soul Time (2) TOCKBX2 UK & Europe 2017 Sell This Version