Nice, I just realized that the release is already in less than 2 weeks!
I can almost taste it.
Too bad it's only for German citizens, I would have gone. Do you know where people can enter? A friend of mine lives in Koln and might be interested.
What can I say, I'm a completionist. It's the collector in me.
Final paragraph is really interesting: After releasing this virtual live album with extra content (the documentary about 'how it was made', an extensive libretto, etc ...) in various formats (also on vinyl, "which is a nice oxymoron", says its author), Jarre will dive into his next two projects. "One will be a virtual recording studio, and the other will be the creation of an online music school, where musicians who have ended up working at Amazon or Uber because of the pandemic will have a place to continue progressing and learning, totally free." That is changing the real reality.Kanta wrote: ↑Wed Sep 08, 2021 8:19 am
Interview published on 08/09/2021 via ABC
Jean-Michel Jarre: «Soon we will be able to give concerts at the Torre de Babel or in Atlantis»
The French artist publishes 'Welcome to the other side', an album that collects the performance he gave live from Notre-Dame Cathedral in virtual reality
Source: https://www.abc.es/cultura/musica/abci- ... ticia.html