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Mike Oldfield - Not just "Tubular Bells"
"Mike Oldfield may be best known for writing the theme from "The Exorcist", but his work has many facets and is well worth exploring. Take the quiz, then explore for yourself. "
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Who is the NASA astronaut heard reciting scripture on one of Mike's recordings?
Mike covered an ABBA (!) song on one of his recordings. What was it?
"The King Has Lost His Crown"
Many a talented British songstress has appeared on Mike's recorded work. Which of the following has not?
Which name does not belong with the rest?
Mike has recorded with a number of famous drummer/percussionists over the years. Which of the following wasn't one?
"Tubular Bells" had a couple of working titles duing its seminal stage. One was "Opus One." What was the other?
"Whip Some Skull on Yer"
"Breakfast in Bed"
"Hergest Ridge", Mike's second album, is named after one of his favorite places. In what UK county is Hergest Ridge located?
From time to time, Mike has worked with a famous British composer. Who is he?
Andrew Lloyd Webber
What member of Yes (past or present) has recorded with Mike?
What is the title of the Oldfield song that was covered by American pop duo Hall and Oates?
"Five Miles Out"
What is the name of the avant-garde group that Mike worked with in the 1970's?
Mike and sister Sally, recorded an album in the late 70's with one of Scandanavia's most prominent musicians. Name him.
What was the name of the dog that appeared on the cover of Mike's more successful LP's?
What famous "Brit" is chacterized on one of Mike's latter albums?
What was the title of the Tom Newman LP that Mike appeared on that also featured Fred Frith, Chris Cutler, Jon Field and Steve Winwood?
Tall Scary Things
Live at the Argonaut
Hound of Ulster
Fine Old Tom
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Compiled Jun 19 13