Remembrance Days

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Tom Demalon
Attempting to follow up the enormous success of their debut proved to be a difficult task for the British trio Dream Academy. Hugh Padgham Genesis, the Police came on board to produce the band with frontman Nick Laird-Clowes, resulting in a more glossy sheen to much of the material. "Indian Summer" kicks things off, and while echoing the wistfulness and even incorporating a chant-like chorus similar to their massive hit "Life in a Northern Town," it fails to impress in a similar manner. "Here" is a lovely, understated ballad that concludes with a flourish and Kate St. John playing oboe, and "Ballad in 4/4" is a Beatlesque tale of infidelity featuring Laird-Clowes adding ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Tom Demalon
Attempting to follow up the enormous success of their debut proved to be a difficult task for the British trio Dream Academy. Hugh Padgham Genesis, the Police came on board to produce the band with frontman Nick Laird-Clowes, resulting in a more glossy sheen to much of the material. "Indian Summer" kicks things off, and while echoing the wistfulness and even incorporating a chant-like chorus similar to their massive hit "Life in a Northern Town," it fails to impress in a similar manner. "Here" is a lovely, understated ballad that concludes with a flourish and Kate St. John playing oboe, and "Ballad in 4/4" is a Beatlesque tale of infidelity featuring Laird-Clowes adding harmonica. Remembrance Days, however, failed to make a splash commercially and received more exposure through the use of "Power to Believe" during a key scene of the hit movie Planes, Trains, and Automobiles than through airplay. Not a bad record, just a pale imitation of the first.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/15/2011
  • Label: Jdc Records
  • UPC: 075992562515
  • Catalog Number: 25625150

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Dream Academy Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Lindsey Buckingham Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals, Snare Drums
Paul Carrack Piano
Nicky Holland Percussion, Keyboards, Synthesizer Bass
Larry Fast Keyboards
Nick Laird-Clowes Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals, Snare Drums
Patrick Leonard Drums, Keyboards
Jerry Marotta Cello, Drums, Vocals
June Montana Background Vocals
Michael Ostin Background Vocals
David Palmer Drums
Adam Peters Electric Cello
Guy Pratt Bass, Snare Drums
J.D. Souther Background Vocals
Kate St. John Bass, Oboe, Saxophone, Background Vocals, Cor anglais
Hans Zimmer fairlight
Ben Hoffnung Percussion
Gilbert Gabriel Keyboards, Oboe, Saxophone, Background Vocals
Derek Adams Background Vocals, Synthesizer Bass
Paul Brook Drums
David E. Williams Background Vocals
Muzzy Ismail Percussion
G.G. Synthesizer Bass
Technical Credits
Lindsey Buckingham Producer
Richard Dashut Producer
Greg Droman Engineer
Nick Laird-Clowes Composer, Programming, Producer
Patrick Leonard Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer
Hugh Padgham Producer, Engineer
Doug Sax Mastering
Robin Smith Programming
Hans Zimmer drum programming
Gilbert Gabriel Composer
Peter Saville Art Direction
Tarquin Gotch Management
Paul Brook drum programming
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