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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 3 days ago

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When Richard Branson was 16, he started a magazine called "Student."...The company's first song a track called "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield stayed on the U.K. charts for 247 weeks.  Now at 64, Branson is equal parts man, myth, and legend. His

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London :: United Kingdom | 7 months ago

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Mike Oldfield – Kicked off a major career – kicked off a major label.Click on the link here for Audio Player – http://pastdaily.com/wp-

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Oslo :: Norway | over 1 year ago

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Pantha Du Prince ) was eating lunch with some friends in Oslo when he first heard the cacophonous tones of the carillon. Originally of ancient Chinese descent and later adopted by the Europeans in the Middle Ages, the carillon is a towering

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New York City :: NY :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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When vintage tech makes modern music Technology reporter, BBC News Some artists are fond of the sound captured by more traditional microphones While many singers rush to adopt the latest software to create tracks that sell millions, recording studios

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Reading :: United Kingdom | almost 2 years ago

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It's obvious that he's hoping it will mark a comeback, for Oldfield clearly still feels badly treated by Britain. Yes, everyone loved Tubular Bells (its global sales stand at 17 million) but its then 19-year-old boy wonder composer a self-taught

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 2 years ago

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Olympic games fever has spread to the UK record charts, with artists involved in the London 2012 opening ceremony seeing a corresponding boost in sales. Mike Oldfield, Emeli Sande and Arctic Monkeys are among those to shift extra units following

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Jerusalem :: Israel | almost 2 years ago

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Since Thomas Heatherwick's Olympic cauldron raised its flaming spindles to the sky on 27 July, sales of songs used in Danny Boyle 's opening ceremony have shot up by 185% . This compilation, made available immediately after the event, rocketed to No

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Mike Oldfield wants to use the Olympics opening ceremony as a rallying cry. The British musician performed part of his hit "Tubular Bells" live during Friday's spectacular, and says it was an honor — and a vindication for a much-

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Kingston :: Jamaica | 2 years ago

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If Branson bids for Virgin can he alter the music landscape again when recorded music revenues are falling? Signing the Sex Pistols in 1977 was a publicity stunt which went gloriously right. Photograph: Ho/Reuters One thing separated Richard Branson

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Melbourne :: Australia | over 2 years ago

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Story continues below Sure, it is entertaining to laugh when, during one of the many repetitive sections of the composition, Holdsworth pauses for a sip of red wine. But, centrally, this is a sublime study in how far musical technology has advanced

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