Description: Playlist - Jean Michel Jarre - Full Albums: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBE252ABD1A458C7EÉquinoxe (English: "equinox") was the second major-label album release by French musician Jean Michel Jarre, released on Disques Dreyfus (with license to Polydor) in late 1978.The album reflects a day in the life of a human being, from morning to night. Parts 1 to 4 (i.e. side A) and tracks 5 to 8 (side B) segué smoothly from one to the next.Jarre had developed his sound, employing more dynamic and rhythmic elements, particularly a greater use of sequencing on basslines. Much of this was achieved using custom equipment developed by his collaborator Michel Geiss.The release was followed by a concert on the Place de la Concorde, Paris on July 14, 1979. The concert attracted 1 million people, becoming Jarre's first entry in the Guinness Book of Records for the largest crowd for an outdoor concert.Two singles were released from the album, "Équinoxe Part 5" first, and then "Équinoxe Part 4". Part of "Équinoxe Part 8" has been played live with different arrangements, including a version for an acoustic street organ, under the title of "Band in the Rain".The album reached #11 in the UK charts and #126 in the US charts.Track listing"Équinoxe Part 1" -- 2:23"Équinoxe Part 2" -- 5:01"Équinoxe Part 3" -- 5:11"Équinoxe Part 4" -- 6:53"Équinoxe Part 5" -- 3:47"Équinoxe Part 6" -- 3:23"Équinoxe Part 7" -- 7:25"Équinoxe Part 8" -- 5:02PersonnelJean-Michel Jarre -- ARP 2600 Synthesizer, EMS Synthi AKS, VCS 3 Synthesizer, Yamaha CS-80, Oberheim TVS-1A, RMI Harmonic Synthesizer, RMI Keyboard Computer, ELKA 707, Korg Polyphonic Ensemble 2000, Eminent 310U, Mellotron, ARP Sequencer, Oberheim Digital Sequencer, Matrisequencer 250, Rhythmicomputer (Korg MiniPops 7), EMS VocoderCOPYRIGHT NOTICE: Video made and uploaded for nonprofit purposes .
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Buy my own songs at: www.amazingtunes.com This is Equinoxe 4, composed by Jean Michel Jarre Enjoy it!! PS. watch the video's that are placed as a reaction on this video! Hope you like it!
This recording was taken from the original cd, remastered with after-effect, (volume, sound, denoised, decompressed). lot of fun while listening through :) for optimal sound quality, play this songs in full hd. Tracklist: 1."Équinoxe Part 1" -- 2:23 2."Équinoxe Part 2" -- 5:01 3."Équinoxe Part 3" -- 5:11 4."Équinoxe Part 4" -- 6:53 5."Équinoxe Part 5" -- 3:47 6."Équinoxe Part 6" -- 3:23 7."Équinoxe Part 7" -- 7:25 8."Équinoxe Part 8" -- 5:02 Personnel Jean-Michel Jarre -- ARP 2600 Synthesizer, EMS Synthi AKS, VCS 3 Synthesizer, Yamaha CS-80, Oberheim TVS-1A, RMI Harmonic Synthesizer, RMI Keyboard Computer, ELKA 707, Korg Polyphonic Ensemble 2000, Eminent 310U, Mellotron, ARP Sequencer, Oberheim Digital Sequencer, Matrisequencer 250, Rhythmicomputer (Korg MiniPops 7), EMS Vocoder
Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe part 1
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*note: please note that this is from a DVD transfer of the original HD broadcast and therefore is not in HD on this stream. Event: Oxygéne Live (as it was known then at Theatre Marigny). For the tour in 2008 it was known as Oxygene in Concert, or to some, Oxygene: 30th Anniversary tour. When: 12th-26th December 2007. This broadcast was recorded on the last show on the 26th December 2007 and was first shown on EXQI in April 2008. Where: Theatre Marigny, Paris, France Other Info: On September 19th 2007, Jarre re-recorded his Oxygene album for it's 30th Anniversary with special 3D cameras at the Alfacam studios, Lint, Belgium, and was released on his DVD Oxygene: New Master Recording. The audience consisted of a very small number of invites only. After this, Jean Michel decided to perform a series of 10 concerts at the Theatre Marigny in Paris, France, of which each show held a maximum capacity of 1000 seats per show. Tracklisting: 1: Prelude 2: Oxygene Part 1 3: Oxygene Part 2 4: Oxygene Part 3 5: Variation 1 6: Oxygene Part 4 7: Variation 2 8: Oxygene Part 5 9: Variation 3 10: Oxygene Part 6 11: Variation 4 12: Oxygene 12 Musicians: * Jean Michel Jarre * Francis Rimbert * Dominque Perrier * Claude Sammard
5eme partie de l'excellent album EQUINOXE du grand JEAN MICHEL JARRE
Jean-Michel Jarre has been asked to make a concert as a gift to Albert II and his new wife. Tracks: 1. Intro 2. Chronologie 1 (8:32) 3. Greetings of the newlywed couple (11:51) 4. Oxygene 2 (16:02) 5. The magnetic fields 1 (23:12) 6. Introducing the team (29:00) 7. Equinox 5 (30:27) 8. Rendez-vous 3 (34:21) 9. The magnetic fields 2 (38:19) 10. Souvenir of China (44:11) 11. Oxygene 4 (49:21) 12. Oxygene 5 (54:14) 13. Variation 3 (58:14) 14. Theremin piece (1:05:11) 15. Equinox 4 (1:09:35) 16. Industrial revolution Part 3 (1:16:37) 17. Rendez-vous 2 (1:20:37) 18. Vintage (1:32:34) 19. Chronologie 2 (1:36:53) 20. "Song for the newlyweds" (1:43:43) 21. Chronologie 4 (1:44:46) 22. Calypso 3 (1:49:49) 23. Rendez-vous 4 (1:56:48) 24. Vintage (2:02:05)
Playlist - Jean Michel Jarre - Full Albums: www.youtube.com Oxygène 7--13 is a 1997 album of instrumental electronic music by Jean Michel Jarre, his ninth overall studio album. It is the sequel to his 1976 album Oxygène, and is dedicated to Jarre's former mentor, experimental musician Pierre Schaeffer. While the album was recorded using many of the same synthesizers as Oxygène, and the titling suggests a continuation from where the first album ends, many tracks have a more uptempo, trance-like character. The album is not as widely acclaimed as the original Oxygène, but has been quite successful nonetheless, especially among fans. Released approximately twenty years after the worldwide release of the first Oxygène, it is Jarre's final album in his traditional style (exclusive of Oxygène: New Master Recording), and thus comes full circle. It was also the last album by Jarre featuring Michel Geiss as collaborator. "Oxygène 7", "Oxygène 8" and "Oxygène 10" have been released as singles. A number of remixes of Oxygène 7--13 tracks have been made, including those comprising most of the album Odyssey Through O2. The Orb's single "Toxygene" was originally intended for release as a remix for the single release of "Oxygène 8", but was rejected by Jarre for being too distant from the original. Track listing "Oxygène 7" -- 11:41 Part 1 -- 4:20 Part 2 -- 3:43 Part 3 -- 3:38 "Oxygène 8" -- 3:54 "Oxygène 9" -- 6:13 Part 1 -- 1:53 Part 2 -- 1:56 Part 3 -- 2:24 "Oxygène 10" -- 4:16 ...
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An older AMV of mine, kind of a forerunner for "Within The Machine", as this concentrates on mecha. "Equinoxe 4" by Jean Michel Jarre is the music in this one. NOTE: I have now uploaded the new version. Please accept it as a thanks for those thousands of views and comments! I hope you'll like it as well as this one. I have posted the video as a response to this so you'll find it easier.
This music is timeless!
My first video was removed from Youtube, but now that Mr. Jarre has given his permission I hope this video will remain up... In this new version I used Nord G2 for all the sequenced stuff (drums, bass, arpeggio) and the lead sounds, Access Virus Ti for pads and Moog LP for filter FX. For all JMJ fans out there, Enjoy!
1981) Celebrated as the European electronic music community's premier ambassador, composer JeanMichel Jarre elevated the synthesizer to new peaks of popularity during the 1970s, in the process emerging as an international superstar renowned for his dazzling concert spectacles. The son of the famed film composer Maurice Jarre, he was born August 24, 1948, in Lyon, France, and began studying piano at the age of five. Abandoning classical music as a youth, Jarre became enamored of jazz before forming a rock band called Mystere IV; in 1968, he became a pupil of the musique concrète pioneer Pierre Schaeffer, joining Groupe de Recherches Musicales. His early experiments in electroacoustic music yielded the 1971 single "La Cage"; the fulllength Deserted Palace followed a year later. Jarre's early works were largely unsuccessful, and gave little indication of the work to follow. As he struggled to find his own voice, he wrote for a variety of singers, including Françoise Hardy, and also composed for films. Seeking to push electronic music away from its minimalist foundations as well as the formal abstractions of its most experimental practitioners, he slowly developed the orchestrated melodicism of his 1977 breakthrough effort, Oxygène, an enormous commercial hit that reached the number two spot on the UK pop charts. The followup, 1978's Equinoxe, was also a smash, and a year later Jarre held the first in a series of massive openair concerts at the Place de la Concorde in Paris ...
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