Part One
  1. Introduction [5:51]
  2. Fast Guitars [1:04]
  3. Basses [0:46]
  4. Latin [2:18]
  5. A Minor Tune [1:21]
  6. Blues [2:40]
  7. Thrash [0:44]
  8. Jazz [0:48]
  9. Ghost Bells [0:30]
  10. Russian [0:44]
  11. Finale [8:36]

    Part Two
  12. Harmonics [5:21]
  13. Peace [3:22]
  14. Bagpipe Guitars [3:07]
  15. Caveman [4:33]
  16. Ambient Guitars [5:09]
  17. Hornpipe [1:39]
    Tubular Bells DVD
  1. Introduction (5.1 Mix) [5:51]
  2. Fast Guitars (5.1 Mix) [1:04]
  3. Basses (5.1 Mix) [0:46]
  4. Introduction 2003 "The Video" [3:41]
With 5.1 Digital mixed tracks and video.
The CD is "Copy protected"! What an amazing recording! I had never expected that I would like this CD so much!

The music is totally re-played but with such quality that it sounds like the ultimate remaster. And it's amazing how this 30 year old recording still stands today.

Missed is of course the distinctive voice of Vivian Stanshall but John Cleese does a good job in replacing him as 'master of ceremonies'. For me John is sometimes a bit 'over the top' but I'm so used to Vivian that that's probably me.

I haven't played the DVD yet so no comment about that for now.

2003. Kees Aerts.