I think Lynda Bellingham was looking at JMJ quite seductive, in some parts of the interview.
She is my favourite loose woman so I forgive her for that.
Amazing, what a 10 min appearance from JMJ on UK television can feel like.
Robi wrote: Equinoxe wrote:
Its great to see Jarre on UK TV,but I do find the interviews he does rather boring,its always the same stuff the interviewers recite about his ideas and concepts,its almost as if everyone but fans of his are stuck in a timeloop of 1976.I know its for the people who are probably not aware of his legacy...but come on
10 minutes of the same stuff with a miniscule plug for the latest tour at the end...
Maybe other medias will ask more about his tour...
So you are saying that these women did not ask the right questions e.g. what tracks are you playing, we want names of the titles now, or you are not leaving this studio.
Yes something more along those lines as to what we can expect about newer project(after all this is what he's appearing for really) and what I'm saying is,doing an interview where its obvious they simply didn't read a text brief on his career Highlights in a pre show meeting,I would suspect they all know who he is,but very little about him other than a quick read up prior to interviewing him like most of the same interviews he answers the same stuff.
I think Lynda Bellingham perhaps asked the most sincere and non samey Question about how he creates the Music and approach to creating and mixing,although it came across as she wasn't quite sure about the process,its more the non typical questions that seem to focus on things he done concert wise or "15 million copies of Oxygene" its almost as if no-one realised he'd done over another 10+ studio albums since then
Personally I think they all had a little hard time trying to decipher what he was saying in some cases,unless your used to hearing his accent or familair with his voice,its very hard to understand what he says,You can tell by their expressions!!!