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Tubular Bells - Various - Sounds Of The Seventies - A Loss For Words (CD)

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Download Tubular Bells - Various - Sounds Of The Seventies - A Loss For Words (CD)
1995
Label: Time Life Music - R840-04 • Series: Sounds Of The Seventies • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Pop •


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  1. Visho

    03.12.2019 21:48

    Mar 17,  · My Tribute to one of the greatest Instrumentals in Rock. Mike Oldfield recorded Tubular Bells mainly all by himself at the age of It was released in (actually the very first release of.
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  2. Gujas

    10.12.2019 18:57

    Apr 22,  · The first version to appear on CD is labelled in Pat Downey's book as "edit of the LP version", and it runs about Appeared on Warner Special Products' 2-CD Good Times (), with a differently EQ'd digital clone on Madacy's Rock On (), and a different analog transfer of the same tape on Time-Life's Sounds Of The Seventies - Take Two ().
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  3. Sarr

    11.12.2019 14:55

    Tubular bells, also called orchestral bells or orchestral chimes, series of tuned brass (originally bronze) tubes of graded length, struck with wooden hammers to produce a koszhoffcomptaspcensearaversimpconfforchoi.coinfo first appeared in England in an performance of Arthur Sullivan’s Golden Legend in Coventry. Large tubular bells were at first used as a substitute for church bells in towers.
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  4. Sakinos

    09.12.2019 13:35

    The tubular bells themselves are from 2 different sources, depending on which mix you choose, but are clear (and almost deafening, if you crank it up loud enough. The liner notes about the various circumstances are quite nice, but very, very hard to read without a magnifying glass.
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  5. Vudom

    11.12.2019 10:03

    I first heard Tubular Bells as a teenager in the seventies and although I heard it many times with friends I never bought it. Later on I bought Tubular Bells II on CD and love it so much I have played it constantly. I bought some decent kit a few years ago and lately a new high end DVD player/5().
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  6. Zulusho

    10.12.2019 18:27

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sounds Of The Seventies - A Loss For Words on Discogs. Label: Time Life Music - R,Sony Music Special Products - A • Series: Sounds Of The Seventies • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Pop •5/5(1).
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  7. Nazilkree

    09.12.2019 12:43

    Mar 07,  · Most appreciated Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells CD version? There is very little movement in the mix - but extreme isolation. It's very different than most mixes (but extremely cool to have). called Loss For Words, is this the true 45 mix? Scope J, Mar 25, #
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  8. Dajin

    07.12.2019 07:47

    Tracks 1 and 2 and Side 1 and the LP "Tubular Bells" – released in the UK and USA on Virgin V Disc 3 – DVD (All Regions) – Surround Sound Mixes by Mike Oldfield 1. Tubular Bells (Part One) 2. Tubular Bells (Part Two) 3. Mike Oldfield's Single 4. Sailor's Hornpipe (Original Version with Viv Stanshall) Visual Reviews:
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