Duo (Richard Marx and Matt Scannell album)

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Duo
Studio album by Richard Marx and Matt Scannell
Released May 12, 2008
Recorded Renegade Studio, Two Tone Studio
Genre AC
Length 43:01
Label None
Producer Richard Marx, Matt Scannell
Richard Marx chronology
My Own Best Enemy
(2004)
Duo
(2008)
Emotional Remains
(2008)
Matt Scannell with Vertical Horizon chronology
Go
(2003)
Duo
(2008)
Burning the Days
(2009)

Duo is an acoustic album by Richard Marx and Vertical Horizon vocalist Matt Scannell.[1] The disc was released on May 12, 2008, exclusively through RichardMarx.com[2] and was later made available for sale at their concerts together as well. Marx and Scannell exhibit both of their acclaimed works. Marx remade a version of "Always On Your Mind," for his 2008 album Sundown.[1] The disc is predominantly done on acoustic guitar aside from the track "Give You Back" performed on piano.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Always On Your Mind" (Marx/Scannell) - 3:57
    new song
  2. "Sunshine" (Scannell) - 3:40
    from the Vertical Horizon album Go
  3. "Endless Summer Nights" (Marx) - 4:29
    from the Richard Marx album Richard Marx
  4. "We Are" (Scannell) - 4:25
    from the Vertical Horizon album Everything You Want
  5. "Hazard" (Marx) - 4:35
    from the Richard Marx album Rush Street
  6. "Give You Back" (Scannell) - 4:25
    from the Vertical Horizon album Everything You Want
  7. "Love Goes On" (Marx) - 3:46
    from the Richard Marx album My Own Best Enemy
  8. "Echo" (Scannell) - 4:26
    from the Vertical Horizon album Go
  9. "Your World" (Marx) - 5:07
    from the Richard Marx album Rush Street
  10. "Everything You Want" (Scannell) - 4:31
    from the Vertical Horizon album Everything You Want

Album credits[edit]

Personnel[edit]

  • Richard Marx - Lead and Background Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Producer, Arranger, Writer
  • Matt Scannell - Lead and Background Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer, Arranger, Writer

Engineers[edit]

  • Joel Numa
  • Mat Prock

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Melissa Castellanos (August 30, 2008). "Second Cup Cafe: Marx & Scannell". CBS News (The Early Show). Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  2. ^ "Duo". richardmarx.com. Retrieved 2008-08-02.