One of the events in London was at the British Music Experience at the O2.  He was also influenced by classical music, and by experimental composer Terry Riley's 1969 work A Rainbow in Curved Air, on which Riley played all the instruments himself and used tape loops and overdubs to build up a long, repetitive piece of music. It featured the 29 piece Handbell Ringers of Great Britain and an Orbular Bells DJ set by the Orb. Acid, Fruity Loops, Ableton, Pro Tools, Garageband, Pro Tools, Cubase Description : Made this loop on FL for one of my mixtape instrumental tracks. Tubular Bells is the album most identified with Oldfield, and he has frequently returned to it in later works. It stayed in the top ten of the UK Albums Chart for one year from March 1974, during which it reached number one for one week. Totaly FREE tubular bell music loops, samples, stock sounds downloads. Part Two 23:50 Composed by Mike Oldfield except The Sailor's Hornpipe which is Trad. Tubular Bells was released in 1973, and its success spawned the recording of The Orchestral Tubular Bells in 1974, but it was not until much later that Oldfield returned to his first album in force, releasing Tubular Bells II in 1992, Tubular Bells III in 1998, in 1999, The Deluxe Edition uses the original artwork with a "Deluxe Edition" white banner at the bottom. , Oldfield spent much of 1972 working with his old bandmates from the Whole World on their solo projects, while simultaneously trying to find a record label interested in his demos. Tubular Bells 2003 is an album by Mike Oldfield, released in 2003 by Warner Music.It is a complete re-recording of Oldfield's 1973 album debut Tubular Bells, which had been released 30 years earlier.To date, this is the most recent album from Tubular Bells series. Part One 25:00 2. If you use any of these tubular bell loops please leave your comments. Mike Oldfield & Co. - Tubular Bells, part 1 (entire live set at the â¦  On the other hand, in an article in the same magazine seven months later which discussed the current top twenty albums on the Billboard chart, Jon Landau dismissed the record as "a clever novelty" and said, "Light, rather showy and cute in places, it probably makes pleasant background music for a dinner or conversation".  This performance was included on the Elements DVD in 2004 and on the DVD in the Deluxe and Ultimate Editions of the 2009 reissue of Tubular Bells. In 2012 Universal and Indaba Music created a Tubular Bells remix contest, where users could download original stem recordings to create their own pieces and the winner of the $1000 prize was judged by Oldfield..  Prior to this Virgin Atlantic had named a Boeing 747-4Q8, G-VHOT Tubular Belle, in 1994. When the group did not have a recording session booked until midday, he would arrive at the studios early and spend hours during the morning experimenting with the different instruments and learning how to play each of them. Spanish guitar, and introducing acoustic guitar. Tubular Bells is the debut studio album by English multi-instrumentalist, composer, and songwriter Mike Oldfield, released on 25 May 1973 as the first album on Virgin Records.Oldfield, who was 19 years old when it was recorded, played almost all the instruments , Producing the sound that Oldfield wanted from the tubular bells proved problematic: he wanted a loud note from them but both the standard leather-covered and bare metal hammers did not produce the volume that he wanted. The concert featured members of Henry Cow and musicians associated with the Canterbury Scene, as well as Mick Taylor of the Rolling Stones. I would also love to hear what you use it on so please send me a link! There is also a new mix of the original album on the 2009 Mercury reissue. The original title of the game was The Tube World. Tom Newman criticised the wooden cased unit in a 2001 interview with Q magazine, noting that it rarely gave the same result twice. He spent Christmas and New Year at his family's home, but returned to the Manor from February to April 1973 to record the second part of his planned album. The album initially sold slowly, but gained worldwide attention in December 1973 when its opening theme was used for the soundtrack to the horror film The Exorcist (1973). The shouting sequence was developed near the end of the recording when he had practically finished recording the instruments for the section, but felt that it needed something else.