Earle Mankey is a guitarist / producer / engineer from the USA (8 March 1947, Washington) who played in Halfnelson later renamed Sparks in the early seventies together with his brother is James Mankey.
He became a record producer, predominantly for offbeat Los Angeles area bands like The Runaways, Concrete Blonde, The Long Ryders, The Three O'Clock, Adicts, The Cramps and Kristian Hoffman.
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