The first sequel to the original 'Tubular Bells' by Mike Oldfield, released in 1993. Pieces: Sentinel Dark Star Clear Light Blue Saloon Sunjammer Red Dawn The Bell Weightless The Great Plain Sunset Door Tattoo Altered State Maya Gold Moonshine
Mike Oldfield - Tubular bells II (Live in Edinburgh castle) 1992
Tubular Bells II - Recorded At Edinburgh 01. Introduction 02. Sentimental 03. Dark Star 04. Clear Light 05. Blue Saloon 06. Sunjammer 07. Red Dawn 08. The Bell 09. Weightless 10. The Great Plain 11. Sunset Door 12. Tattoo 13. Altered State 14. Maya Gold 15. Moonshine 16. Reprise Mike Oldfield (Guitars, Keyboards,vocals) Robyn Smith (Conductor) David Bedford (some Orchestration) Jay Stapley, Hugh Burns, Alan Limbrick (Guitar) Craig Pruess, Richard Cottle, Dave Hartley (Keyboards) Adrian Thomas (Programmer) Yitkin Seow (Piano) Lawrence Cottle (Bass guitar) Ian Thomas (Drums) Ben Hoffnung, Alasdair Malloy (Percussion) Jerry McKenna (Banjo) Pete Clarke (Fiddle) John Parricelli (Mandolin & Guitar) Jackie Quinn, Linda Taylor, Edie Lehmann, Susannah Melvoin (Vocals) John Gordon Sinclair (MC) Tubular Bells III – Recorded At Horse Guards Parade London 01. Introduction 02. The Source Of The Secrets 03. The Watchful Eye 04. Jeewl In The Crown 05. Outcast 06. Serpent Dream 07. The Innerchild 08. Man In The Rain 09. The Top Of The Morning 10. Moonwatch 11. Secrets 12. Far Above The Clouds 13. Secrets- Reprise 14. Far Above The Clouds- Reprise Mike Oldfield (Guitars, Keyboards,vocals) Robin Smith (Keyboards) Adrian Thomas (Keyboards and programming) Hugh Burns (Guitar) Carrie Melbourne (Bass guitar and Chapman stick) Katherine Rockhill (Piano) Ian Thomas (Drums) Jody Linscott, Alasdair Malloy (Percussion) Pepsi Demacque, Amar, Rosa Cedron (Vocals)
Mike Oldfield Sentinel :: Tubular Bells II At Edinburgh Castle on 4 September 1992 Tubular Bells II Lyrics::: Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells Part II Lyrics :: The album was premiered with a live performance at Edinburgh Castle on 4 September 1992 :: Mike Oldfield -- Guitar, Keyboards Robyn Smith -- Conductor David Bedford -- some Orchestration Jay Stapley -- Guitar Hugh Burns -- Guitar Alan Limbrick -- Guitar Craig Pruess -- Keyboards Richard Cottle -- Keyboards Dave Hartley -- Keyboards Adrian Thomas -- Programmer Yitkin Seow -- Piano Lawrence Cottle -- Bass guitar Ian Thomas -- Drums Ben Hoffnung -- Percussion Alasdair Malloy -- Percussion Jerry McKenna -- Banjo Pete Clarke -- Fiddle John Parricelli -- Mandolin & Guitar Jackie Quinn -- Vocals Linda Taylor -- Vocals Edie Lehmann -- Vocals Susannah Melvoin -- Vocals John Gordon Sinclair -- MC
Tubular Bells Part 1&2
21:00 One - Assembly George Square One album. Two men. Too many instruments. A witty and theatrical event that enthralled Sydney Festival audiences. Mike Oldfield's masterpiece live in all its multi-layered madness. 'A tour de force ... mesmerising' (Sydney Morning Herald). www.assemblyfestival.com/event.php?id=216
Tack List: Mike Oldfield - Part One (0:00) A Part One Chorus [Girlie Chorus] – Mundy Ellis, Sally Oldfield Chorus [Nasal Chorus] – Nasal Choir Double Bass [String Basses] – Lindsay Cooper (2) Flute [Flutes] – Jon Field Grand Piano, Glockenspiel [Glokenspiel], Organ [Farfisa, Lowrey], Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electronics [Taped Motor Drive Amplified Organ Chord], Guitar [Speed, Fuzz, Mandolin-like], Percussion [Assorted], Acoustic Guitar, Flageolet, Piano [Honky Tonk], Bells [Tubular] – Mike Oldfield MC [Master Of Ceremonies] – Viv Stanshall* 25:31min Track Length Mike Oldfield - Part Two (25:31) B Part Two Acoustic Guitar – Tom Newman (2) Chorus [Bootleg Chorus] – Manor Choir Chorus [Girlie Chorus] – Mundy Ellis, Sally Oldfield Conductor [Bootleg Chorus] – Mike Oldfield Drums – Steve Broughton Electric Guitar, Organ [Farfisa, Lowrey, Hammond], Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Electric Guitar [Speed Elec. Guitars], Timpani [Concert Tympani], Guitar [Sounding Like Bagpipes, Spanish], Vocals [Piltdown Man], Chorus [Moribund] – Mike Oldfield .................................................................. Sailor's Hornpipe (47:17) 23:20min Track Length ............................................................................................ Fortunately I bought this album before I saw the Exorcists. However, after did see the movie I had to go and see another movie, Paper Moon, immediately, to try and get it out of my mind. Very disturbing movie back in the 70's.