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Progressive Rock Songs: A Day in the Life, Tubular Bells, Supper's Ready, Comfortably Numb, I'm Your Captain, Don't Stop Believin', Money
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Books LLC, 32 Seiten, L=246mm, B=189mm, H=2mm, Gew.=77gr, Kartoniert/Broschiert Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 30. Chapters: A Day in the Life, Tubular Bells, Don't Stop Believin', I'm Your Captain, Nights in White Satin, Dust in the Wind, Hergest Ridge, Tom Sawyer, Somebody to Love, 2112, Lucky Man (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), I Want You, Cygnus X-1 duology, You Enjoy Myself, Heat of the Moment, Karn Evil 9, All My Love, I Believe in Father Christmas, Follow You Follow Me, 10538 Overture, Tarkus, Red Sector A, Hocus Pocus, Xanadu, Fire On High, Song for America, Take a Pebble, Lady in Black, Isn't Life Strange, Carry On Wayward Son, Question, The Trees, Mr. Radio, Kuiama, Une Nuit A Paris, Mission, From the Beginning (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), Sweet Lorraine, Sole Survivor, July Morning, Toccata, Mystic Rhythms. Excerpt: Tubular Bells is the debut record album of English musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1973. It was the first album released by Virgin Records and an early cornerstone of the company's success. Vivian Stanshall provided the voice of the "Master of Ceremonies" who reads off the list of instruments at the end of the first movement. The piece was later orchestrated by David Bedford for The Orchestral Tubular Bells version and it had three sequels in the 1990s, Tubular Bells II (1992), Tubular Bells III (1998) and The Millennium Bell (1999). Finally, the album was fully re-recorded as Tubular Bells 2003 at its 30th anniversary in 2003. A newly mastered and mixed re-issue of the original album appeared in June 2009 on Mercury Records, with bonus material. On 6 June there were international bell-ringing ceremonies to promote the release. All songs written and composed by Mike Oldfield, except "The Sailor's Hornpipe" (traditional, arranged by Mike Oldfield) Copyright 1973 Virgin Music Publishers Ltd. Acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, Farfisa, Hammond, and Lowrey organs; flageolet, fuzz guitars, glockenspiel, "honky tonk" piano (piano modified to sound more percussive), mandolin, piano, "Piltdown Man", percussion, Spanish guitar, producer, "taped motor drive amplifier organ chord", timpani, vocals and tubular bells. Tubular Bells picture disc.The cover design was by Trevor Key, who would go on to create the covers of many Oldfield albums. The concept for the triangular bell on the album cover art originally came from the idea of a bell which had been destroyed. Oldfield had come up with this when he had dented the set of Tubular bells used to record the album when playing them. The "bent bell" image on the cover is also associated with Oldfield, even being used for the logo of his personal music company, Oldfield Music, Ltd. The image was also the main focus for the cover art of the successive Tubular Bells albums. Tubular Bells has also been issued as a vinyl

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Books LLC, Reference Series], Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 30. Chapters: A Day in the Life, Tubular Bells, Don't Stop Believin', I'm Your Captain, Nights in White Satin, Dust in the Wind, Hergest Ridge, Tom Sawyer, Somebody to Love, 2112, Lucky Man (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), I Want You, Cygnus X-1 duology, You Enjoy Myself, Heat of the Moment, Karn Evil 9, All My Love, I Believe in Father Christmas, Follow You Follow Me, 10538 Overture, Tarkus, Red Sector A, Hocus Pocus, Xanadu, Fire On High, Song for America, Take a Pebble, Lady in Black, Isn't Life Strange, Carry On Wayward Son, Question, The Trees, Mr. Radio, Kuiama, Une Nuit A Paris, Mission, From the Beginning (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), Sweet Lorraine, Sole Survivor, July Morning, Toccata, Mystic Rhythms. Excerpt: Tubular Bells is the debut record album of English musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1973. It was the first album released by Virgin Records and an early cornerstone of the company's success. Vivian Stanshall provided the voice of the "Master of Ceremonies" who reads off the list of instruments at the end of the first movement. The piece was later orchestrated by David Bedford for The Orchestral Tubular Bells version and it had three sequels in the 1990s, Tubular Bells II (1992), Tubular Bells III (1998) and The Millennium Bell (1999). Finally, the album was fully re-recorded as Tubular Bells 2003 at its 30th anniversary in 2003. A newly mastered and mixed re-issue of the original album appeared in June 2009 on Mercury Records, with bonus material. On 6 June there were international bell-ringing ceremonies to promote the release. All songs written and composed by Mike Oldfield, except "The Sailor's Hornpipe" (traditional, arranged by Mike Oldfield) Copyright 1973 Virgin Music Publishers Ltd. Acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, Farfisa, Hammond, and Lowrey organs flageolet, fuzz guitars, glockenspiel, "honky tonk" piano (piano modified to sound more percussive), mandolin, piano, "Piltdown Man", percussion, Spanish guitar, producer, "taped motor drive amplifier organ chord", timpani, vocals and tubular bells. Tubular Bells picture disc.The cover design was by Trevor Key, who would go on to create the covers of many Oldfield albums. The concept for the triangular bell on the album cover art originally came from the idea of a bell which had been destroyed. Oldfield had come up with this when he had dented the set of Tubular bells used to record the album when playing them. The "bent bell" image on the cover is also associated with Oldfield, even being used for the logo of his personal music company, Oldfield Music, Ltd. The image was also the main focus for the cover art of the successive Tubular Bells albums. Tubular Bells has also been issued as a vinylVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Progressive Rock Songs: A Day in the Life, Tubular Bells, Supper's Ready, Comfortably Numb, I'm Your Captain, Don't Stop Believin', Money

Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 30. Chapters: A Day in the Life, Tubular Bells, Don't Stop Believin', I'm Your Captain, Nights in White Satin, Dust in the Wind, Hergest Ridge, Tom Sawyer, Somebody to Love, 2112, Lucky Man (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), I Want You, Cygnus X-1 duology, You Enjoy Myself, Heat of the Moment, Karn Evil 9, All My Love, I Believe in Father Christmas, Follow You Follow Me, 10538 Overture, Tarkus, Red Sector A, Hocus Pocus, Xanadu, Fire On High, Song for America, Take a Pebble, Lady in Black, Isn't Life Strange, Carry On Wayward Son, Question, The Trees, Mr. Radio, Kuiama, Une Nuit A Paris, Mission, From the Beginning (Emerson, Lake & Palmer song), Sweet Lorraine, Sole Survivor, July Morning, Toccata, Mystic Rhythms. Excerpt: Tubular Bells is the debut record album of English musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1973. It was the first album released by Virgin Records and an early cornerstone of the company's success. Vivian Stanshall provided the voice of the "Master of Ceremonies" who reads off the list of instruments at the end of the first movement. The piece was later orchestrated by David Bedford for The Orchestral Tubular Bells version and it had three sequels in the 1990s, Tubular Bells II (1992), Tubular Bells III (1998) and The Millennium Bell (1999). Finally, the album was fully re-recorded as Tubular Bells 2003 at its 30th anniversary in 2003. A newly mastered and mixed re-issue of the original album appeared in June 2009 on Mercury Records, with bonus material. On 6 June there were international bell-ringing ceremonies to promote the release. All songs written and composed by Mike Oldfield, except "The Sailor's Hornpipe" (traditional, arranged by Mike Oldfield) Copyright 1973 Virgin Music Publishers Ltd. Acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, Farfisa, Hammond, and Lowrey organs; flageolet, fuzz guitars, glockenspiel, "honky tonk" piano (piano modified to sound more percussive), mandolin, piano, "Piltdown Man", percussion, Spanish guitar, producer, "taped motor drive amplifier organ chord", timpani, vocals and tubular bells. Tubular Bells picture disc.The cover design was by Trevor Key, who would go on to create the covers of many Oldfield albums. The concept for the triangular bell on the album cover art originally came from the idea of a bell which had been destroyed. Oldfield had come up with this when he had dented the set of Tubular bells used to record the album when playing them. The "bent bell" image on the cover is also associated with Oldfield, even being used for the logo of his personal music company, Oldfield Music, Ltd. The image was also the main focus for the cover art of the successive Tubular Bells albums. Tubular Bells has also been issued as a vinyl

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