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Tubular Bells II & III [DVD] [2001] [2000]

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  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Import, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Rhino
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Jan. 2001
  • Run Time: 113 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CZPF
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,567 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Product Description

Mr Oldfield and his bells are back, performing live in this double bill. 'Tubular Bells 2', from 1992, includes 'Sentimental', 'Dark Star', 'Clear Light' and 'The Great Plain', while 1998's 'Tubular Bells 3' features 'The Source of the Secrets', 'Jewel in the Crown', 'The Inner Child' and 'Far Above the Clouds'.

From the Back Cover

Side One - Tubular Bells II - recorded at Edinburgh Castle
1 - Introduction
2 - Sentimental
3 - Dark Star
4 - Clear Light
5 - Blue Saloon
6 - Sunjammer
7 - Red Dawn
8 - The Bell
9 - Weightless
10 - The Great Plain
11 - Sunset door
12 - Tattoo
13 - Altered State
14 - Maya Gold
15 - Moonshine
16 - reprise

Side 2 - Tubular Bells III - recorded at Horse Guards Parade London
1 - Introduction
2 - The Source of Secrets
3 - The Watchful Eye
4 - Jewel In The Crown
5 - Outcast
6 - Serpent Dream
7 - The Inner Child
8 - Man in the Rain
9 - The Top of The Morning
10 - Moonwatch
11 - Secrets
12 - Far Above the Clouds
13 - Secrets (reprise)
14 - Far Above the Clouds (reprise)

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Having recently purchased tubular bells 1, I noticed the cover of tubular bells 2/3 in a video store, I had seen one small clip on television years ago that has stuck in mind ever since, and when it said live at Edinburgh Castle i knew the clip was off this DVD. I brought it home and played it through the speakers of my newly purchased Home cinema system,And sat down to watch it with my Girlfriend who did not know anything about Mike Oldfield except the single Moonlight Shadow. We started off with Tubular Bells 2, Tubular bells 3 being on the flipside of the disc.The whole setting for the concert is superb and the sound of the Instruments is crystal clear and every instrument is clearly picked out through the speakers as if you were playing a CD from a stereo but better.The Music is fantastic , far better than Tubular bells 1 on CD which does not have the same energy as the Live performance. The music is split into 14 segments which can be picked out individually to find your favourite parts with ease, but the whole DVD should be played from Start to finish in one sitting so the genious of Mike Oldfield as he brings in a number of different instruments and changes direction from Lead Guitar,accoustic guitar,banjo,piano,and bagpipes with ease can be seen.This is probably my favourite DVD at the moment, and has made me check out Mike Oldfield a lot more, I have since purchased 9 CDs by Mike Oldfield.Read more ›
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I recently bought 'Mike Oldfield-The Millennium Bell' and was sadly, not impressed.This, however, is the business in every way.TB2 is easily Oldfield's best concert, with the magical backdrop of Edinburgh Castle and Scottish bagpiping at it's best.TB2 is so closely related to Mike's original and breakthrough album TB that it's simply magical.The musicians really seem to be enjoying themselves on every track and even after the intervening years this concert simply hasn't dated at all.Everybody will have their own favourite tracks but I love 'Clear Light' and 'Tatoo'.
The second concert on this DVD is also quite enjoyable, recorded in London, at Horseguards and a different experience to Edinburgh, it's still very catchy and absorbing in it's own right.Although called TB3 it bears little resemblance to the original TB and is quite unique in it's own right.'Secrets' and 'Far above the cloud's' are both stand out tracks and both are reprised in the concert.
As I bought my first 'Oldfield' album in the early seventies and have bought almost everything in the intervening years:-here is my synopsis:-
Best Concert:-TB 2
Second:-TB 3
Third:-The Millennium Bell.

And as TB2 &TB3 are on this DVD it's hard to go wrong.This DVD is strongly recommended and if you are even a 'lukewarm' fan of Oldfield you can's go wrong.Buy and enjoy!!
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I bought TB2 Live on video when it came out, and the sound quality in HiFi Stereo was very good, and the live version is a lot better than the original studio version, which for some reason, sound dull in parts. Upon seeing the release onto DVD along with TB3 thrown in, I thought what a bargain. Because both of these concerts could of been released on 2 seperate DVD's and generated a lot more money from the fans. And I was even more impressed when I picked up the DVD in HMV and read that the recording was in Dolby Digital 5.1. I rushed home stuck it on, expecting something fantastic. But I soon learned the 5.1 soundtrack was as extinct as the dodo bird. The only bit of 5.1 throughout the entire 2 concerts, is right at the end of TB3, well at least it comes out the back speakers then. I was very dissapointed. The engineers responsable for this DVD should be taken outside and shot, for this reason alone. To me this is false advertising, and personally, I think this DVD should be remasatered with a 5.1 track if at all possable. However the sound quality is good, but no better than the original video, it's just stereo. The picture quality is very good, hence the 4 stars I have rated it. Had it been done properly in the first place it would have got 5.1 stars.
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If you’re looking for a ‘Live’ concert recording, with an excellent 5.1 soundtrack, then look elsewhere (try The Eagles' - Hell Freezes Over). However, if you don’t mind listening in stereo (there is NO surround sound here), to a soundtrack that seems to have been dubbed onto the video by a producer with his mind elsewhere, then perhaps this is for you.
Both concerts are well filmed, I’ll concede that; but the soundtracks appear to have been dubbed from a different venue. You have a choice of either Dolby 5.1 or PCM stereo. Neither will win an award and don’t believe the 5.1 label; there’s nothing through the centre or rear speakers (unless you switch to pro-logic!). In fact, the PCM soundtrack sounds marginally better (wider, clearer and more dynamic) than the Dolby Digital version, which could have been dubbed from a rather dull CD player. That’s not the only oddity with this disk; most of the instruments that the cameraman chooses to zoom-in on remain strangely inaudible, as do the eerily quite crowds of fans. Also, for some reason, the sound regularly falls out of sync with the video. There are several scenes, particularly noticeable with the Tubular Bells, but also evident with various keyboards and guitar sequences, where the musicians are apparently playing along to a recording; not what I’d expect at a world premier concert. One very notable occasion is towards the end of TBII, where a musician pauses briefly but the sound of the tubular bells continues to play several more chimes before the musician begins to play again. This is repeated on TBIII during a close-up shot of Mike when the tubular bells chime before being struck.
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