Memory Muscle

Memory Muscle
Studio album by Mark Morriss
Released 26 May 2008 (UK)
Recorded 2007/2008
Genre Alternative rock
Length 37:15
Label Fruitcake Music/Fullfill Records
Producer Gordon Mills
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Mark Morriss chronology
The Fi-Lo Beddow EP
(2006)
Memory Muscle
(2008)

Memory Muscle is the debut solo album by The Bluetones vocalist Mark Morriss, released on May 26, 2008 on Fullfill Records.

Track listing

All tracks written by Mark Morriss, except track 5 (Norman Blake) & track 11 (Lee Hazlewood).

  1. "How Maggie Got Her Bounce Back"
  2. "I'm Sick"
  3. "So It Goes"
  4. "Buckle Up, Baby Doll"
  5. "Alcoholiday"
  6. "Digging a Hole"
  7. "Lemon & Lime"
  8. "Unwanted Friend"
  9. "Bienvenido"
  10. "Lay Low"
  11. "My Autumn's Done Come"

Singles

  • "I'm Sick" (May 19, 2008)
  • "Lay Low" (download-only) (August 18, 2008)

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