Posts Tagged 'Virgin'

Classic Album Sundays Glasgow presents Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

Our Scottish session pays tribute to the album that brought the Bristol sound system scene to an international audience.

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Simon Heyworth & Colleen Discuss the Making of ‘Tubular Bells’

‘Tubular Bells’ producer Simon Heyworth tells the stories behind the making of Virgin Record’s debut release and the creation of England’s first residential studio, The Manor.

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CAS presents Mike Oldfield ‘Tubular Bells’ with Simon Heyworth Gallery

Pics of our ‘Tubular Bells’ listening session with guest producer Simon Heyworth as part of our CAS series at The House of St Barnabas

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CAS presents 40th Anniversary of Mike Oldfield “Tubular Bells”

“Tubular Bells” producer Simon Heyworth joins us to celebrate the iconic LP that launched Virgin Records at The House of St Barnabas.

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Album of the Month: Roxy Music ‘Avalon’

Roxy Music leave a moody and cinematic impression with their last studio offering.

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Album of the Month: Air ‘Moon Safari’

French duo AIR’s debut album “Moon Safari” is one of the most classic French pop records of all time and one of the sexiest.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Massive Attack “Blue Lines”

Classic Album Sundays presents the classic album that defined the Bristol Sound.

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Album of the Month: Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

Massive Attack’s debut album but Bristol on the musical map, became a post-club and late-night (or early morning?) classic and forged a sound that influenced a range of acts from DJ Shadow to Portishead.

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Tim Rushent on Martin Rushent

“Music is the closest thing we have to real magic. Sometimes it comes easy … sometimes it takes a little bit more time and a lot more patience. Both these albums were a labour of love for Dad.”

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Album of the Month: Human League “Dare” and “Love and Dancing”

“Dare” was the first album recorded with the new Human League line-up and catapulted the band into pop success. Thee band’s roots were more avant-garde and experimental as evidenced on their first two albums “Reproduction” and “Travelogue”.

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