Mike Oldfield



Mike Oldfield

Rating
Active
1967
Born
May 15, 1953 in Reading
Location
Reading, England, United Kingdom
Biography
Michael Gordon "Mike" Oldfield (born 15 May 1953) is an English musician and composer. His work blends progressive rock with world, folk, classical, electronic, ambient, and new-age music. His biggest commercial success is the 1973 album Tubular Bells – which launched Virgin Records and became a hit in America after its opening was used as the theme for the film The Exorcist. He also recorded the 1983 hit single "Moonlight Shadow" and a rendition of the Christmas piece "In Dulci Jubilo". Oldfield has released more than 20 albums with the most recent being a sequel to his 1975 album Ommadawn titled Return to Ommadawn.
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Top Songs by Mike Oldfield


Man on the Rocks

Nuclear

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Tubular Bells III

Man in the Rain

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Drive Time 3

Moonlight Shadow

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Tubular Bells III

Far Above the Clouds

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The Essential Mike Oldfield

Only Time Will Tell

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


The Studio Albums: 1992-2003

The Studio Albums: 1992-2003

Mike Oldfield October 21, 2014

14 Tracks

Man on the Rocks

Man on the Rocks

Mike Oldfield March 3, 2014

11 Tracks

The Songs of Distant Earth

The Songs of Distant Earth

Mike Oldfield October 15, 2013

17 Tracks

Five Miles Out

Five Miles Out

Mike Oldfield September 24, 2013

7 Tracks

Collection

Collection

Mike Oldfield September 17, 2013

12 Tracks

QE2

QE2

Mike Oldfield September 10, 2013

9 Tracks

Discovery

Discovery

Mike Oldfield September 10, 2013

8 Tracks

Crises

Crises

Mike Oldfield September 3, 2013

6 Tracks

Tubular Beats

Tubular Beats

Mike Oldfield February 1, 2013

11 Tracks

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Genres
Jazz

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