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Tubular bells 2003 dvd-audio

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by bowenjones, Jul 9, 2003.

  1. bowenjones

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    Having John Cleese on there is enough to put me off.

    Wonder what Sally's voice sounds like 30 years on?
     
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    Sally is in fine voice - as she was on Mike's 2002 album Tres Lunas
     
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    I'm sure she is. I just think that trying to re-create things is never entirely successful - I mean John Cleese what on earth's the point?
     
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    The release date has been changed to Sept. 15.
    Yes, it does seem strange to have John Cleese as
    MOS but I will reserve judgement untill I hear the album.
     
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    Yes indeed and what a brilliant album. Straight to number one in the Crocodile JD play list.

    Wounder why so many of his works go quietly by. Seems as though unless it's got Tubular Bells in the title there is very little fuss made. I'm not sure whether that is a fact or not. But it must be percieved as so at least in the Oldfield Camp else it wouldn't keep releasing so many TB variations.

    Crocodile JD
     

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