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Electronica by Jean Michel Jarre (Album)


Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 12:47 pm
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Dr_Jones wrote:
Michael wrote:
shadow wrote: Did you receive a confirmation? I did from Paypal but not the store...
I recieved confirmation from Paypal at 18:02 and from The Vinyl Factoy Special Editions at 18:03.

Mail subject : Your Order #xxxxx has benn processed
Same here.
Thanks for writing this! I hadn't received mine, but I found it in my spam folder. Phew!
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Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 3:17 pm
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Best tracks (so far) for me is Glory and then Conquistador. Zero gravity is less good.
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Paris La defense 1990
Le Mont Saint Michel 1993
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Concert pour la tolérance 1995
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Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 3:28 pm
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I'm so glad to hear new tracks from JMJ since many years! :-) Yeah - JMJ is back!

Oops, this is my first post since a short break of 4 years in the good old Zoolook-Forum... :shock:
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Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 3:34 pm
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Live - Zero Gravity Remix (Above & Beyond | BMO Centre - Calgary - May 8, 2015)
:arrow:

Velodynamic wrote:
Phil wrote: Conquistador JAVI GREX RMX :) :
:arrow:
:arrow: https://soundcloud.com/javigrex/javigrex-conquistador
:relax:
With samples from Souvenir Of China, Moon Machine and Miss Moon.
What else? :wink:
What else ? :pr:
Erosmachine (the sound of springs), Hey Gagarin (snare & toms), Calypso III (kick, snare and hi-hat), ... (but i cheated a little :P)
Black Bird wrote:For me the best Version ! :peacemaan:
For me too it's clearly the best mix. :listen:
Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 4:18 pm
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Kanta wrote:Jean Michel Jarre & Tangerine Dream - Zero Gravity (Album Version):

Jean Michel Jarre & 3D (Massive Attack) - Watching You (Original):

Jean Michel Jarre & 3D (Massive Attack) - Watching You (Jarre Re-worked Version):

Jean Michel Jarre & 3D (Massive Attack) - Watching You (Extended 3D Mix):

Jean Michel Jarre & Tangerine Dream - Zero Gravity (Above & Beyond Remix):
Dr_Jones wrote:are those edits from the soundcloud edits?
Yes.
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Concerts attended:
Théâtre Marigny, Paris - 2007
Symphony Hall, Birmingham - 2008
RAH, London - 2008
Wembley Arena, London - 2009
NIA, Birmingham - 2009
POP Bercy, Paris - 2010
NIA, Birmingham - 2010
O2 Arena, London - 2010
Zénith Aréna, Lille - 2010
Port Hercule, Monaco - 2011
TUI Arena, Hannover - 2011
Festival International de Carthage - 2013
Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham - 2016
Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 4:52 pm
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Electronic maestro Jean-Michel dedicates Zero Gravity to late Tangerine Dream mainman

The late Edgar Froese is featured on an EP to be launched by Jean-Michel Jarre next month.

Zero Gravity was recorded in collaboration with Tangerine Dream before Froese died in January aged 70. It's one of three titles to be released in a limited-edition vinyl run of 1000 copies each.

The track is described as “a journey across a host of ambient, electronic and synth-heavy sounds.” It's accompanied by Watching You, featuring Massive Attack’s Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja, and Conquistador with techno artist Mike Levy, aka Gesaffelstein.

Jarre has issued teasers of Zero Gravity and the other two pieces, all of which will appear on his next album. The EPs arrive on June 19 via The Vinyl Factory, pressed on 180g vinyl, and they're now available to pre-order.

Source: http://www.teamrock.com/news/2015-05-13 ... l-jarre-ep
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Concerts attended:
Théâtre Marigny, Paris - 2007
Symphony Hall, Birmingham - 2008
RAH, London - 2008
Wembley Arena, London - 2009
NIA, Birmingham - 2009
POP Bercy, Paris - 2010
NIA, Birmingham - 2010
O2 Arena, London - 2010
Zénith Aréna, Lille - 2010
Port Hercule, Monaco - 2011
TUI Arena, Hannover - 2011
Festival International de Carthage - 2013
Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham - 2016
Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 6:37 pm
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Jean-Michel Jarre & Tangerine Dream - Zero Gravity (Above & Beyond Remix):
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Concerts attended:
Théâtre Marigny, Paris - 2007
Symphony Hall, Birmingham - 2008
RAH, London - 2008
Wembley Arena, London - 2009
NIA, Birmingham - 2009
POP Bercy, Paris - 2010
NIA, Birmingham - 2010
O2 Arena, London - 2010
Zénith Aréna, Lille - 2010
Port Hercule, Monaco - 2011
TUI Arena, Hannover - 2011
Festival International de Carthage - 2013
Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham - 2016
Post Posted Wed May 13, 2015 6:49 pm
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What's with the stupid video?
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Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 5:39 am
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So, "Zero Gravity" is pretty much "Night in Shanghai 2.0"?
Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 8:24 am
millau


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Ok, the Tangerine dream track is the most boring track ever, even the remix sounds so old. It is back to 1993(the remix) the Original (OMG, what a bullshit) I don't like Tangerine dream. They are so old in music. Always the same and the same. It is like synthesiser greatest music. Music for the older men. Nobody cares about tangerine dream. I hope that Jarre will collaborate with Kraftwerk. These guys are the inventors and the masters of electronic music of today and the future.
Concerts:
Paris La defense 1990
Le Mont Saint Michel 1993
Bruxelles Heysel 1993
Concert pour la tolérance 1995
Showcase Teo and Tea Lint Belgique 2007
Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 8:44 am
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Each to their own, and Tangerine Dream's audience reaches far far far more people than just "old men". ;)

In any case, I'm really glad that the whole "collaboration album" didn't turn out to be just mere rumors or unrealized ideas and that he's actually working with greats such as Tangerine Dream (or rather, did work, RIP Edgar Froese) and other popular electronic artists (like Massive Attack). Then again, where's Daft Punk? ;)

And on that note, a project like this would have been totally unheard of 10 years ago, when JMJ was still more of a "pariah" of the (electronic) music community. Good to see that he's earned more respect from his fellow musicians (and other people) in the mean time.

Even then, a full unedited concert video of the Paris La Defense concert is still the Holy Grail of JMJ releases that they should just get around to making and releasing on DVD or BluRay (even if the video quality wouldn't be up to the BR standards).
Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 8:53 am
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There will be for all of tastes on the new Jarre album… :peacemaan:
Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 9:09 am
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Finaero wrote:Then again, where's Daft Punk? ;)
Not Daft Punk again.


real french legends:


(yup, that's Jo Hammer there in the back)



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Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 10:00 am
millau


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millau wrote:Ok, the Tangerine dream track is the most boring track ever, even the remix sounds so old. It is back to 1993(the remix) the Original (OMG, what a bullshit) I don't like Tangerine dream. They are so old in music. Always the same and the same. It is like synthesiser greatest music. Music for the older men. Nobody cares about tangerine dream. I hope that Jarre will collaborate with Kraftwerk. These guys are the inventors and the masters of electronic music of today and the future.
I agree completely with you if you are thinking of Tangerine Dream form 1983 and onwards. It's staggering how completely crappy TD became when they discovered digital synths.

But if you mean their 70s output, I must disagree heavily. It's was mind blowing, innovative and very, very influential.
Concerts:
Paris La defense 1990
Le Mont Saint Michel 1993
Bruxelles Heysel 1993
Concert pour la tolérance 1995
Showcase Teo and Tea Lint Belgique 2007
Post Posted Thu May 14, 2015 10:17 am
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Finaero wrote:And on that note, a project like this would have been totally unheard of 10 years ago, when JMJ was still more of a "pariah" of the (electronic) music community. Good to see that he's earned more respect from his fellow musicians (and other people) in the mean time.
Well... yes and no. It's certainly much cooler to say you like Jarre now than it was back then. But in the 90s the electronica artists of the day were all singing his praises and acknowledging Jarre's influence on them. And a lot of them lined up to remix him.

However, the synth artists of the early 80s did NOT admit Jarre was an influence. For them it was Kraftwerk all the way, and for some it was Tangerine Dream (but that was more for the late 70s early 90s electronica artists)

But Jarre did collaborate with a lot of influential artists who respected him very much in the 80s. Laurie Anderson, Adrian Belew and Marcus Miller.

But I don't hink Gary Numan would have done a collaboration with Jarre in the 80s :)







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