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Artful Dodger - Tubular Bells album

Artful Dodger  - Tubular Bells album
  • Performer Artful Dodger
  • Title Tubular Bells
  • Date of release 1996
  • Style Trance
  • Other formats AHX MPC AIFF VOC MP4 DXD MMF
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1801 mb
  • Size FLAC 1691 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 197

The Artful Dodger is the ninth solo album of Ian Hunter. Impressed with the production on Dirty Laundry, Hunter collaborated again with Björn Nessjö on this album. The album was initially released in Norway only, because Hunter felt that he needed management before he could release it in the UK and the US. The track "Michael Picasso" was a tribute to the late Mick Ronson.

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Artful Dodger (formed in 1973 in Fairfax, Virginia) are an American power pop/rock band, noted for their tight rock compositions, deft lyricism, vocal harmonies, and live shows. The group was heavily influenced by the Beatles, Faces, and the Rolling Stones and drew frequent comparisons to the Raspberries. Artful Dodger's studio releases received high critical praise, but the band was unable to penetrate the charts.

Tubular Bells is the debut album by English musician Mike Oldfield, released on Virgin Records on 25 May 1973. Apart from occasional vocal contributions, the album is essentially an instrumental record, consisting of two musical compositions in excess of twenty minutes each, one on each side of the original vinyl release. It is notable for the fact that Oldfield, only 19 years old when it was recorded, played almost every instrument on the album himself. lt;i Tubular Bells

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Tubular Bells II is the 15th album by Mike Oldfield, released in 1992. The album – the first for his new record label, Warner Bros. following an acrimonious departure from Virgin after twenty years – was a sequel to Oldfield's 1973 Tubular Bells. Another sequel, Tubular Bells III, followed in 1998. The album charted at number 1 in the UK as did its precursor. It is Oldfield's third number one album (after Tubular Bells and Hergest Ridge) and, as of 2018, his last number one album to date

Tracklist

A Untitled
AA Untitled

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ATTA 12001