Artist: Champ's Boys Orchestra, Song: Tubular Bells, Duration: 4:50, File type: mp3. №964448531. tuned boys second round. ian gillan band 1976 child in time.
Tubular Bells II is the 15th album by Mike Oldfield, released in 1992. The album – the first for his new record label, Warner Bros. following an acrimonious departure from Virgin after twenty years – was a sequel to Oldfield's 1973 Tubular Bells. Another sequel, Tubular Bells III, followed in 1998. The album charted at number 1 in the UK as did its precursor. It is Oldfield's third number one album (after Tubular Bells and Hergest Ridge) and, as of 2018, his last number one album to date.
The Orchestral Tubular Bells is an orchestral version of Mike Oldfield's album Tubular Bells, arranged by David Bedford and recorded in 1974 by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring Oldfield himself playing the guitar. Excerpts from the album were featured in the 1979 NASA film, The Space Movie. It peaked at on the UK Albums Chart in 1975. In 2000 it was reissued by Virgin as a HDCD and is the only one of Mike's 1970s albums yet to be reissued by Mercury Records.
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Tubular Bells (チューブラー・ベルズChūburā Beruzu) is the Stand of Mike O., featured in Steel Ball Run. Tubular Bells manifests mainly upon Mike . s application of his ability. His balloon animals in particular assume some independence, and take on small, shining eyes. The various shapes Mike O. makes his balloons into were inspired by different types of balloon art.
Tubular Bells is the first album by English musician Mike Oldfield, recorded when he was 19 and released in 1973 when he was 20. It was the first album released by Virgin Records and an early cornerstone of the company's success. The set of tubular bells that were used on the album had been left by an instrument hire company after John Cale's sessions at the Manor, at the request of Oldfield Metal band Possessed played the intro in the first song of the record Seven Churches (in 1985), which is titled "The Exorcist".