℗ 2013 Mike Oldfield under exclusive licence to Mercury Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Ltd
Duration 1h 19m 50s
Record Label UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
Release Date January 1, 2013
Genre Rock
 

Five Miles Out (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)

Mike Oldfield

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1.1
Tubular Bells Part One (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
23:12
1.2
Sheba (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
4:22
1.3
Mirage (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
5:37
1.4
Family Man (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
3:45
1.5
Taurus II (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
25:32
1.6
Mount Teidi (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
4:21
1.7
Five Miles Out (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
7:23
1.8
Guilty (Live in Cologne - 6th December, 1982 - Five Miles Out Tour)
Mike Oldfield
5:38
Duration    1h 19m 50s
Five Miles Out is the seventh record album by English multi-instrumentalist and composer Mike Oldfield, released in 1982. It is one of the very few albums on which Oldfield sings lead vocals, as he is noted for not having any confidence in his voice's qualities. The album produced two singles, and was more popular than Oldfield's previous few releases. It charted at No. 7 in the UK. This live version was recorded live in Cologne during the Five Miles Out tour. and was released for the 2013 re-issue of the original album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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