recent listening March 11-31, 2017

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Jay Gottlieb, Philip Glass – Piano Music
Andrew Chubb, Philip Glass – Etudes Book 1
John Adams – Earbox
The Swingle Singers – Anyone for Bach, Handel, Vivaldi?
The Swingle Singers – Jazz Sebastian Bach
Cecil Taylor – Nefertiti, the Beautiful One Has Come
Paul Motian Trio – Bill Evans
Jacob Bro – Balladeering
Jakob Bro, Thomas Morgan, Joey Baron – Streams
Anthony Braxton – Willisau (Quartet) 1991
David Liebman – Trio + One
Dave Liebman & Franco D’Andrea – Nine Again
Kieran Hebden & Steve Reid – The Exchange Session, Vol. 1 & 2
Marilyn Crispell / Mark Helias / Tyshawn Sorey – at The Stone, NYC – July 29 2014
Werner Pirchner, Harry Pepl, Jack DeJohnette (ECM 1237)
Joe Diorio Trio – Live
Joe Diorio – …It’s About Time
David Becker and Joe Diorio – the Color of Sound
Joe Puma – It’s a Blue World
The Sound of the Johnny Smith Guitar
Jeff Berlin – Champion
HBC – HBC

Lovingly remastered live studio performance of Tubular Bells Part 1 for BBC TV ‘2nd House’, filmed on 30 November 1973, originally broadcast on BBC2 on 1 December, with a cast including Oldfield, his brother Terry (flute), Fred Frith (and other members of Henry Cow), Steve Hillage, Pierre Moerlen, Tom Newman, Mike Ratledge, Mick Taylor, Karl Jenkins and others. It includes a new part for oboe.

Video remastered in to HD.
Audio remastered and restored with some subtle stereo widening.
All remastering done by Peter Nicholls.

Tubular Bells Live Performance on BBC TV
“BBC TV 2nd House Performance”: live-in-the-studio performance for the BBC, filmed on 30 November 1973, originally broadcast on BBC2 on 1 December, with a cast including Oldfield, his brother Terry (flute), Fred Frith (and other members of Henry Cow), Steve Hillage, Pierre Moerlen, Tom Newman, Mike Ratledge, Mick Taylor, Karl Jenkins and others. It includes a new part for oboe.

This has been released on the Elements DVD and is on the 2009 reissue of Tubular Bells

Music copyright Mike Oldfield.
Video copyright BBC.
This production by Peter Nicholls 2016

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