Category Archives: Blues

  1. The Docklands concerts (there were two), were held at the London Docks after long negotiations and a great deal of to-ing and fro-ing on the part of the local community authorities. The Docks were to create the setting for a presentation of Jarre’s album, Revolutions, an album .
  2. Jarre Live, an Album by Jean Michel Jarre. Released in on Dreyfus (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Electronic.
  3. Planet Jarre: 50 Years of Music is a compilation album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, released on 14 September to commemorate Jarre's 50 years in the music business.. A total of forty-one tracks were chosen by Jarre himself for inclusion, among them two new songs ("Herbalizer" and "Coachella Opening"). Jarre remastered, and in some cases "retouched", the.
  4. Sep 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jean Michel Jarre - Industrial Revolution (Live in London, at Destination Docklands, ) YouTube The Story Of 'I'll Never .
  5. The album begins with the Industrial Revolution suite which comprises Ouverture and then parts 1 through 3. Ouverture has a cool mechanical rhythm to it and a melody that in its way is almost ominous. But it's incredibly catchy as far as I'm concerned. There isn't much music that really gets my blood racing, but this and Oxygene II did just that/5(73).
  6. Jarre takes a look at the industrial revolution, the '68 era, political revolutions etc. It might have resulted in a nice little concept album with Jarre's trademark electronic sound. The truth, though, is that Revolutions has to rank among his weakest efforts ever. The concept gets very loose the longer the music indifferently flows out of the.
  7. Industrial Revolution Part A4: Magnetic Fields II: A5: Oxygene IV: A6: Musician credits are also listed for the tracks "London Kid" and "September" but these are only available on the cassette and CD versions of the album. Inner picture sleeve Barcode and Other Identifiers Jarre* Live ‎ (CD, Album) Disques /5(42).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *