Often backing Mike Oldfield's best pop work ("Moonlight Shadow", "To France") Maggie Reillys solo effort ECHOES is filled with progressive rock production. The lead track "Everytime We Touch" is a dreamy, memorable love song (offered in two versions) and every track on this wonderful album will have listeners wanting more.
The second album from the Scottish vocalist best known for her collaborations with Mike Oldfield in the early 1980s was co-written with Stuart MacKillop and Gavin Hodgson and includes highlights such as "Follow the Midnight Sun," "So Much More," "All My Heart Can Hold," "Once in a While," and "Sunlight."
"Everytime We Touch" is a song recorded by Maggie Reilly for her 1992 album Echoes. It was a major hit in Europe in the 1990s, reaching #1 chart position in Norway and helped increase her profile as an independent artist - back in 1980s she was known mostly for her contribution of the female vocals in the hit song "Moonlight Shadow" by Mike Oldfield and many other Oldfield's albums.
Lesiëm is a German musical project created in 1999 by the producers Sven Meisel and Alex Wende. The project’s music combines elements of rock, pop, electronica, new age, enigmatic and ambient music, as well as Gregorian chant and other choral music. It is frequently compared to French project Era, German musical project Enigma and the Norwegian artist Amethystium…
Limited five disc box also includes two previously unreleased CDs of the entire Wembley concert, along with a DVD of the previously unreleased fifty-minute video film Crises at Wembley featuring full performances of `Crises' and `Tubular Bells Part One' and rare promotional videos. The set also includes a stunning new 5.1 Surround mix of the album by Oldfield himself. Digitally remastered edition of this album from the British guitarist. In 1983, Mike Oldfield released one of his most commercially successful albums, Crises, which featured the huge hit single `Moonlight Shadow' and featured guest vocal appearances from
Five Miles Out is the seventh record album by Mike Oldfield, released in 1982, at a time when his music was moving away from large-scale symphonic pieces towards a more accessible pop style. This 2013 reissue includes the original album remastered, plus a CD of live tracks from Cologne 1982, and a DVD of the album in 5.1 Surround Mix.
Profiles is an album by Pink Floyd's drummer Nick Mason and 10cc's guitarist Rick Fenn, released in 1985.It is almost entirely instrumental, save for two songs: "Lie for a Lie", featuring Pink Floyd singer and guitarist David Gilmour and Mike Oldfield's early 80s singer Maggie Reilly; and "Israel," sung by UFO keyboardist Danny Peyronel.
Sananda Maitreya, better known by his former stage name Terence Trent D'Arby, is an American singer-songwriter who came to fame with his album Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby, released in July 1987. In 1989 he released, under the pseudonym The Incredible E.G. O’Reilly, the single "The Birth Of Maudie/An Chuileann".