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Mike Oldfield - Family Man mp3

Performer: Mike Oldfield
Title: Family Man
Country: Spain
Catalog Number: B-103.793
Label: Virgin
Released: 1982
Style: Art Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 300


1Mount Teidi
Written-By – Oldfield
2Family Man
Written-By – Reilley, Oldfield, Pert, Fenn, Cross


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VS 489Mike Oldfield Family Man ‎(7", Single)VirginVS 489UK1982
B-103.793, B-103 793Mike Oldfield Family Man ‎(7")Virgin, VirginB-103.793, B-103 793Spain1982
14-02877Mike Oldfield Family Man ‎(7", Single)Epic14-02877US1982
VS 489Mike Oldfield Family Man ‎(7", Single)VirginVS 489New Zealand1982
SPOLD4Mike Oldfield Family Man ‎(CD, Single, Promo)VirginSPOLD4Netherlands1993


  • ProducerMike Oldfield


℗ 1982 Virgin Records, Ltd.
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  • Other (Rights Society): SGAE
  • Other (Depósito Legal): B.22.051-1982
  • Other (Impuesto de Lujo): Permiso nº 6649
  • Other: Permiso nº 93.085


  • Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc S.A. – B-103.793
  • Distributed By – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
  • Manufactured By – Sonic, S.A.
  • Printed By – Indugraf Madrid, S.A.



Family Man is a pop rock song written by Mike Oldfield, Tim Cross, Rick Fenn, Mike Frye, Morris Pert, and Maggie Reilly. It became a hit song in 1982 for Mike Oldfield with Maggie Reilly as the vocalist. Hall & Oates achieved success a year later with their cover version. In 2009, Maggie Reilly recorded another version of the song for her solo studio album Looking Back Moving Forward. Текст песни: She had sulky smile She took her standard pose as she presented herself She had sultry eyes, she made it perfectly plain that she was his For a price. Family Man is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1982. It was released from the album Five Miles Out, with vocals performed by Maggie Reilly. American duo Hall and Oates covered the song a year later gaining some chart success with their own version. View wiki. It was released from the album Five Miles Out, with vocals performed read more. It was released from the album Five Miles Out, with vocals performed by. Mike Oldfield and Pepsi DeMacque playing Family Man in London for the premiere of Tubular Bells Oldfield. 2016 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Remastered 2015. The Best Of Mike Oldfield: 1992-2003. Mike Oldfield. The Studio Albums: 1992-2003. Man On The Rocks. Tubular beats. Five Miles Out. Children Of The Sun. The Sallyangie, Mike Oldfield, Sally Oldfield. Mike Oldfield & Sally Oldfield. Two Sides: The Very Best Of Mike Oldfield. 1974 E Album Set Deluxe. Tubular Bells. Rock 2009. Tubular Bells, Pt. Mike Oldfield's Single Theme From Tubular Bells. Sailor's Hornpipe Viv Stanshall Version. Family Man. Shadow On the Wall. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock. Group Compilation. Songs in album Mike Oldfield - All The History Of Mike Oldfield Part 1 2020. Mike Oldfield - A Minor Tune. Mike Oldfield - A New Beginning. Mike Oldfield - Altered State. Mike Oldfield - Amarok. Mike Oldfield - Amber Light. Mike Oldfield - Ambient Guitars. Mike Oldfield - Angelique. Mike Oldfield - Animus. Mike Oldfield - Family Man. Remastered by Oldfield himself, the 2011 packages contain a variety of rare material and again, as with Tubular Bells, Hergest Ridge and Ommadawn, contain a brand new 5. 1 mix on DVD, as well as footage from Oldfields 1979 concert tour that supported the album. Both CD formats also include Guilty, Oldfields legendary 1979 single recorded in New York City at the height of the disco movement. Few expected the man who crafted 25 minute sides of symphonic rock to hit the dancefloor with such élan. The fourth instalment in his catalogue reissues, Incantations, was released on July 25th 2011. The Killing Fields is the 10th record album by Mike Oldfield, released in 1984. This song is by Mike Oldfield and appearsFamily Man. This song is by Mike Oldfield and appears She had a sulky smile,She took a standard pose as she presented had sultry eyes,She made it perfectly plain that she was his for a price. But he said, Leave me alone, I'm a family man,And my bark is much worse than my biteHe said, Leave me alone, I'm a family you push me too far, I just might

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