Memory Man

Memory Man

by Aqualung


Product Details

Release Date: 03/13/2007
Label: Sony
UPC: 0828768072325
catalogNumber: 80723

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Aqualung   Primary Artist
Paul Buchanan   Vocals
David Price   Fiddle,Glockenspiel,Vibes,Shaker,Log Drums
Oren Marshall   Tuba
Titch Walker   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Matt Hales   Glockenspiel,Electric Guitar,Harmonium,Vocals,Voices,Noise,Vocoder,fender rhodes,Siren,Moog Bass,Prepared Piano,Group Member
Ben Hales   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Bass,Vocals,Noise
Sarah Field   Cornet

Technical Credits

Paul Buchanan   Story
Eric Valentine   Producer,Audio Production
David Bett   Art Direction
Phil Nelson   Management
Dan Swift   Producer,Audio Production
Kimberly Oliver   Composer
Matt Hales   Composer,Director,Programming,Producer,Audio Production,Feedback
Ben Hales   Composer,Producer,Audio Production

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Memory Man 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just what you'd expect from someone who has been writing music since he was in diapers. Matt Hales a.k.a "Aqualung" never skips a beat in his music, he just can't do any wrong when it comes to his music. "Memory Man" is a melodic symphonizing album with a little bit of a punch, an overall "wow" factor that will continue to shock and amaze you as it takes you through some of the most breathe taking soundscapes. Overall I'm very pleased with this album. Aqualung's previous release was in the genre of "Mellow Rock and Alternative Rock" and his new release "Memory Man" is in the genre of "Alternative Rock and Pop" , a wonderful change. I would certainly recommend purchasing this album. Some personal favorites that you may find enjoyable are : "Cinderella" , " Something To Believe In", "Rolls So Deep".......excellent, excellent songs. They are timeless musical pieces in my book!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
An excellent album that suits any mood! What can be better than that?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Aqualung's second album released in America is another bona-fide hit. This CD is a bit more loud-sounding than the previous release, but is still pleasing to the ear. Hale's vocals combined with the stirring instrumental arrangements produce a sound that is unique and powerful at the same time. There is not a single track on this CD that I did not like, which is more than can be said for some other CDs I own. A great listen.
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