Geez, the Exorcist - I tell you - that movie - the first time I saw it, my girlfriend, who eventually became my first wife, and I were coming back from Hudson, Wisconsin from giving her sister a ride there and, along I-94 east of the Twin Cities, we saw an outdoor theater with "The Exorcist" on the marquee. We debated a bit and decided to stop and see it.Mike Oldfield is 62 today...HAPPY BIRTHDAY...my first encounter with his music was in a movie theater watching the Exorcist...which scared the crap out of me...and Tubular Bells fit perfectly in that movie
By the end of the movie, I was afraid to get out of the car to use the rest room which was in the dark on the back side of the projection room/concession stand and against some woods. I was scared shi*less and that's the only movie ever to do that to me. I wondered if I was ever going to stop thinking my bed was floating off the floor in the middle of the night.
Anyway, yes, Tubular Bells is a perfect fit and I love the CD-4 version.