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Jarre - Live album flac
  • Performer: Jarre
  • Title: Live
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 1989
  • Music style: Electro, Synth-pop
  • MP3 size: 1725 mb
  • FLAC size 1731 mb
  • Formats AIFF XM DMF RA AA APE DTS

Jarre Live, later re-released as Destination Docklands: The London Concert, is a live album by Jean-Michel Jarre, recorded and released in 1989 on Disques Dreyfus. It was recorded during Jarre's Destination Docklands concerts of 1988, which consisted of two London concerts in England; this was the first time the docklands district of London and the river Thames became the scenery for a concert.

Son of Maurice Jarre, a composer of film music, who has written the scores to such films as Lawrence Of Arabia and Dr. Zhivago, among many others. He is well-known for staging spectacular outdoor concerts of his music, which feature laser displays and fireworks, and three of which appeared in the Guinness Book of Records for their large audiences. One of his albums, Musique pour supermarchés had a print run on only a single copy, which was auctioned to raise money for French artists.

Jean Michel Jarre Studio.

Jarre Live" has significant history for me. Following his music led me down different paths, allowing me to enjoy a wider range of music. This is the worst album from Jean Michel Jarre. The synth sounds used are 'too digital' and thin, there's no decent acoustic instruments to warm it up although Hank Marvin does provide good accompaniment on Rendez vous 4 and London Kid. China and Houston/Lyon are much better as live albums.

Jean-Michel Jarre discography. Jean-Michel André Jarre (born 24 August 1948) is a French composer, performer and music producer. He is a pioneer in the electronic, synthpop, ambient and new-age genres, and known as an organiser of outdoor spectacles of his music featuring lights, laser displays, and fireworks.

Green Concert – City of Riyadh. Electronica World Tour. Festival de Carthage.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Introduction (Révolutions) 1:03
A2 Ouverture / Overture (Révolution Industrielle) 3:00
A3 Révolution Industrielle Part 1-2-3 5:45
A4 Chants Magnétiques II / Magnetic Fields II 4:09
A5 Oxygène 3:46
A6 Computer Week-End 5:18
A7 Révolutions
Flute [Turkish] – Kudsi Erguner
3:52
B1 London Kid
Guitar – Hank Marvin
4:57
B2 Rendez-Vous IV
Guitar – Hank Marvin
4:16
B3 Rendez-Vous II 8:54
B4 September
Chorus [Vocal] – Mireille PomboConductor [Of Mali Choir] – Sori Bamba*
4:45
B5 L'émigrant / The Emigrant 3:53

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Francis Dreyfus Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Copyright (c) – Francis Dreyfus Music
  • Copyright (c) – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Published By – Francis Dreyfus Music
  • Published By – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Mixed At – Croissy Studio
  • Duplicated By – DFI
  • Printed By – DCNI

Credits

  • Animation [Pani Projection Artistic Director] – Marie-Jeanne Gauthé, Paul Souverbie
  • Animation [Special Effects Projection] – Christian "Léon" Miquel
  • Art Direction [Artistic Director] – Mark Fisher
  • Bass – Guy Delacroix
  • Composed By, Producer – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Conductor [Choir] – Bruno Rossignol
  • Coordinator [Artistic] – Franck Dancelme
  • Crew – Abdel Aziz Touil, Antonio de Carvalho, Dick Cruse, Dominique Wiedenhoff, Gilles Arsac, Guy Salles Surignac, Gérard Pernet, Jean-Marc Felix, Loïc de Montaignac, Maurice Giraud, Paul Jarvis, Sylvain Lefort
  • Directed By [Audio Director] – Eric Alvergnat
  • Directed By [Pyrotechnic Director] – Daniel Azancot
  • Drums – Jo Hammer*
  • Engineer [Sound] – Denis Vanzetto, Laurent Israel Alexandre*, Mick Lanaro
  • Executive-Producer [French Team] – Francis Dreyfus
  • Keyboards – Francis Rimbert
  • Keyboards, Coordinator [Musical Coordination] – Sylvain Durand
  • Lighting Director – Jacques Rouveyrollis
  • Management [General] – Anne Slizewicz, Roger Abriol
  • Mixed By – Denis Vanzetto, Michel Geiss
  • Music Consultant [Ethnical Music Advisor] – Xavier Bellenger
  • Other [J. M. Jarre's Costume Design] – Yohji Yamamoto
  • Other [Personal Assistant To J. M. Jarre] – Fiona de Montaignac
  • Other [Promoter] – Rod Gunner
  • Other [Stylist And Make-up] – Denis Pariente
  • Percussion – Dino Lumbroso
  • Performer [Solo Dance Performance] – Setsuko Yamada
  • Photography By – Arnaud de Wildenberg, Charlotte Rampling, Claude Geiss, Jacques de Selliers, Lilian Birnbaum
  • Production Manager [French Team] – Arnaud de La Villesbrunne
  • Soprano Vocals – Christine Durand
  • Stage Manager – Olivier Matabon
  • Synthesizer – Dominique Perrier
  • Synthesizer, Other [Artistic Collaboration] – Michel Geiss
  • Technician [Assistance] – Patrick Pelamourgues

Notes

1st French cassette issue

Inlay:
Mixing at Jean-Michel Jarre Studio [Croissy Studio in the database]
Recorded on Fleetwood Mobile, On Studer A 820 SR Dolby.
℗ 1989 Francis Dreyfus Music / Jean-Michel Jarre.
© 1989 Francis Dreyfus Music / Jean-Michel Jarre.
Special thanks: Charlotte Rampling, Hélène Dreyfus, Robert Maxwell, Ian Maxwell, Mike Mansfield , Hilary Stewart, Hilary Tipping, Jean-Louis Remilleux, Patrick Taillandier, Margarita Scheckel, Danièle Feuillerat, Bernard Baschet, Bernard Ribet, Yvon Kerampran, Roland Delacroix, Paul-Henri Wagner, Eric Cabedoce, Renaud Feyfant, Edith Napias, Gérald Ano, Louisa Chelouti, Pierrette Jacquard, The Caroll Group, The Mel Bush Organization Ltd, Bernard Beaugendre.
With the participation of: Akai, Apple France, Atari France, Elka, E.M.S., Fairlight, Kawai Hohner, Lag Innovart, Laserpoint, Ludwig Pani, Musique Connexion, Personal Computer Ltd., Philips, Piermaria, Raycom Communications, Roland, Roller Box, Skywatcher, S.P.L., S.S.L., Stacco Layher, Tektronix France, Studio Pastelle.

Tape:
Made in France

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 42284 1764
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042284117647
  • Price Code: PY 581
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SGDL SDRM
  • Other: EQ: 120µs
  • Other: CrO2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
841 176-2, 841176-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus 841 176-2, 841176-2 France 1989
841 258-1 Jean Michel Jarre* Jarre Live ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 841 258-1 UK 1989
FDM 36149-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Disques Dreyfus FDM 36149-2 Canada 1989
841 258-1 Jean-Michel Jarre Jarre Live ‎(LP, Album) Disques Dreyfus, Polydor 841 258-1 Europe 1989
841 258-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Polydor, Disques Dreyfus 841 258-2 Europe 1989


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