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About Family Man (Mike Oldfield song) : "Family Man" is written by Mike Oldfield, Tim Cross, Rick Fenn, Mike Frye, Morris Pert, and Maggie Reilly . Hall & Oates achieved success a year later with their cover version of the song . "Family Man" was first recorded and released as a single by musician Mike Oldfield in 1982 . It was taken from his studio album Five Miles Out, with vocals performed The single was released as a standard black 7-inch vinyl and a picture disc featuring a photographic portrait of Oldfield . The single cover depicts a scene where a gentleman in a black suit sitting at a bar being approached from behind by a woman in It was released in 1982. It was released as part of album Five Miles Out. The genre is progressive rock , pop rock. The track was release in 1982. Family Man (Mike Oldfield song) has a significant contribution from artist(s) Mike Oldfield,Tim Cross,Rick Fenn,Mike Frye,Morris Pert,Maggie Reilly,Mike Oldfield,Maggie Reilly. It is related to the album(s) - Looking Back Moving Forward.
About Five Miles Out : Mike Oldfield is one of the very few albums on which Oldfield sings lead vocals . The album produced two singles . It is noted for not having any confidence in his voice's qualities . The first track, "Taurus II", is a long-form piece with changing melodies and instrumental settings . It features many familiar sounds from his earlier albums, such as uilleann pipes and female chorus . Hall & Oates covered the song in 1982 for their album H2O . It became one of the very few songs penned by Oldfield to chart in the United States . It had a contribution from notable artists like Mike Oldfield. It had an affiliation to bands - Five Miles Out. Its music is influenced by genres - progressive rock , pop rock.