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"Mike Oldfield, Tubular Bells - 200 Gram"

THE CLASSIC RECORDS 200 GRAM LIMITED AUDIOPHILE EDITION OF TUBULAR BELLS - The music on records made using 200 GRAM Classic Quiex SV is more detailed, has richer harmonics and a more precise soundstage presentation Quiex SV is used exclusively and will have a sticker that identifies them as such. So, sit back, relax, enjoy the music, and remember the sound... Collectors Alert: So Don't Miss Out on being one of the last people to own this outstanding pressing. This is one the last pressing you will ever see at this price. Don't Miss Out. Please also visit mymusicfix e-bay stores site for individual Rare Vinyl Records or 24k Gold CD's at http://stores.ebay.com/Mymusicfix The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and your ears. The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard and of superior quality for any Audiophile. These Limited Editions will be your last opportunity to upgrade your vinyl collection with an Audiophile 200 Gram Heavy Virgin Vinyl Pressing. Once these masterpieces are gone, you will not be able to own this Analog Sonic gem again. Being a part of the vinyl breed who understands that no matter where CD technology has gone or will go, it will never replace the way vinyl breathes life into every track. Audiophile is all about vinyl being a mainstay of listening experience and owning pieces of musical history that will blow any listener away. So enjoy being one of the last people in the world to get your butt up and flip a side of vinyl. It's the purest form of listening pleasure , not to mention the artistic value of owning a 12" cover of art, -- like posters of your favorite artist. TUBULAR BELLS - A quintessential "studio production" in pop music lore, Mike Oldfield conceived an eclectic mix of both standard and odd instruments, along with classical and rock elements, to achieve a steadily building, layered texture, totally unheard of at the time. After being shopped and rejected at other labels, Richard Branson chose it as the first release for his Virgin Records in 1972. Originally tagged with the working title Opus 1, Oldfield, who had been playing and recording professionally since his teens, oversaw the entire production and played most of the parts himself, eventually layering over 30 different instruments and sounds. Listeners had fun trying to identify each and remember the order in which they appeared. The original LP eventually sold over 16 million copies and topped the UK charts for weeks. The eerie opening section was famously featured in the soundtrack to the motion picture The Exorcist, winning the Grammy in 1974 for Best Instrumental Composition. Chris Bellman does the mastering honors on this reissue, using the original master tapes and Classic's all-tube cutting system. Part One Mike Oldfield plays: Grand Piano Glokenspiel Farfisa Organ Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Speed Guitar Taped motor drive amplifier organ chord Mandolin-like guitar Fuzz Guitars Assorted Percussion Acoustic Guitar Flageolet Honky Tonk Lowrey Organ Tubular Bells Master of Ceremonies: Viv Stanshall Flutes: John Field String Basses: Lindsay Cooper Nasal Chorus: Nasal Choir Girlie Chorus: Mundy Ellis, Sally Oldfield Part Two Mike Oldfield plays: Electric Guitars Farfisa Organ Bass Guitar Acoustic Guitar Piano Speed Elec. Guitars Lowrey Organ Concert Tympani Guitars sounding like Bagpipes Piltdown Man Hammond Organ Spanish Guitar Moribund Chorus Girlie Chorus: Sally Oldfield, Mundy Ellis Bootleg Chorus: Manor Choir conducted by Mike Oldfield Drums: Steve Broughton
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