What happened to Mike Oldfield?

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What happened to Mike Oldfield?

What happened to Mike Oldfield?

The 33-year-old, who was his eldest son, died suddenly of natural causes in 2015, collapsing in a London studio. … Mike, who has lived in the Bahamas since 2009 revealed that he hadn’t left the Caribbean island in five years, after preforming at the London 2012 Olympics’ opening ceremony.

How old is Michael Oldfield?

31 ans (24 novembre 1990)Michael Oldfield / Âge

Is Terry Oldfield related to Mike Oldfield?

Terence Oldfield (born 12 August 1949) is an English composer, and brother to Sally and Mike Oldfield.

What genre is Mike Oldfield?

Mike Oldfield
Genres Progressive rock, world, folk, classical, ambient, new-age, pop, experimental, minimalist
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, producer, video game designer
Instruments Guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin, keyboards, harp, timpani, drums, tubular bells
Years active 1967–present

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How much money did Mike Oldfield make from Tubular Bells?

Mike Oldfield: ‘Tubular Bells made me a million but the tax bill came to £860,000′

What nationality is Mike Oldfield?

EnglishMike Oldfield / Nationality

How many instruments did Mike Oldfield play on Tubular Bells?

ten instruments
In truth, Oldfield did play most of the instruments on the album (with the exception of the drums heard on side two) but this amounted to around ten instruments, including electric and acoustic guitars, grand piano and pipe organ, glockenspiel, timpani, tin whistle and, of course, the famed tubular bells.

Was tubular bells used in The Exorcist?

Tubular Bells is the debut studio album by English musician Mike Oldfield, released on as the first album on Virgin Records. … 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).

How long did it take to make Tubular Bells?

The song took six days to record. Some unusual instruments were used to record this, including a Farfisa organ, a Lowrey organ, and a flageolet (a kind of wind instrument). There were also flutes, a mandolin, and of course, tubular bells.

Who owns Tubular Bells rights?

Oldfield has recorded three sequels: Tubular Bells II (1992), Tubular Bells III (1998), and The Millennium Bell (1999). For the album’s 30th anniversary Oldfield re-recorded the album as Tubular Bells 2003….

Tubular Bells
Genre Progressive rock
Length 49:16
Label Virgin
Producer Tom Newman Simon Heyworth Mike Oldfield

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