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Versatile Mr Oldfield Returns

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Mike Oldfield pioneered progressive music in the 70s with  hit albums like  Tubular Bells.  He moved into commercial singles too in the 80s teaming up with vocalist Maggie Riley on Moonlight Shadow.  The remastered version of Tubular Bells is due for release this month and on The 80s Lunchbox we pay tribute to Mike’s 80s offerings by making his website our Website Of The Week.  Find out more Monday to Friday from midday on The Cheese.

Written by: Alan Coffey

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