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Jean Michel Jarre - Destination Docklands (The London Concerts)


Performer: Jean Michel Jarre
Genre: Electronic
Album: Destination Docklands (The London Concerts)
Released: 2014
Style: Synth-pop, Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1107 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1592 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1641 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 723
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Introduction (Revolutions) 1:03
2 Overture (Industrial Revolution) 3:00
3 Industrial Revolution Part 1, 2, 3 5:45
4 Magnetic Fields Part 2 4:09
5 Oxygene Part 4 3:46
6 Computer Week-End 5:18
7 Revolutions
Ney [Turkish Flute] – Kudsi Erguner
3:52
8 London Kid 4:57
9 Rendez-Vous Part 4 4:16
10 Rendez-Vous Part 2 8:54
11 September
Conductor [Of Mali Choir] – Sori Bamba*Vocals – Mireille Pombo
4:45
12 The Emigrant 3:53

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Disques Dreyfus
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG
  • Copyright (c) – Jean-Michel jarre
  • Copyright (c) – Disques Dreyfus
  • Copyright (c) – BMG
  • Licensed To – Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH
  • Published By – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Published By – Francis Dreyfus Music
  • Mixed At – Croissy Studio
  • Remastered At – Yakuda Audio
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH
  • Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC – A0102294037-0101

Credits

  • Art Direction [Concerts] – Mark Fisher
  • Art Direction [Pani Projection] – Marie-Jeanne Gauthé, Paul Souverbie
  • Bass – Guy Delacroix
  • Composed By, Producer, Executive-Producer [Concerts] – Jean Michel Jarre*
  • Conductor [Choir] – Bruno Rossignol
  • Coordinator [Artistic] – Franck Dancelme
  • Coordinator [Pyrotechnic] – Daniel Azancot
  • Design [J.M. Jarre's Costume] – Yohji Yamamoto
  • Directed By [Audio Director] – Eric Alvergnat
  • Drums – Jo Hammer*
  • Engineer [Sound] – Laurent Israel Alexandre*, Mick Lanaro
  • Engineer [Sound], Mixed By – Denis Vanzetto
  • Executive-Producer [Concerts] – Francis Dreyfus
  • Guitar – Hank Marvin (tracks: 8, 9)
  • Keyboards – Francis Rimbert
  • Keyboards, Coordinator [Musical Coordination] – Sylvain Durand
  • Lighting [Special Effects Projection] – Christian "Léon" Miquel*
  • Lighting Director – Jacques Rouveyrollis
  • Management [Artist Management] – Fiona Commins
  • Management [General Management] – Anne Slizewicz, Roger Abriol
  • Music Consultant [Ethnical Music Advisor] – Xavier Bellanger*
  • Other [Stylist And Make Up] – Denis Pariente
  • Percussion – Dino Lumbroso
  • Performer [Solo Dance Performance] – Setsuko Yamada
  • Photography By – Arnaud de Wildenberg, Charlotte Rampling, Claude Geiss, Jacques de Selliers, Lilian Birnbaum
  • Production Manager – Arnaud de la Villesbrunne
  • Remastered By – Dave Dadwater
  • Soprano Vocals – Christine Durand
  • Stage Manager – Olivier Matabon
  • Synthesizer – Dominique Perrier
  • Synthesizer, Musical Assistance [Artistic Collaboration], Mixed By – Michel Geiss
  • Technician [Technical Assistance] – Patrick Pelamourgues

Notes

℗ 1989 Jean Michel Jarre / Disques Dreyfus - BMG
© 2014 Jean Michel Jarre / Disques Dreyfus - BMG
Made in the E.U.

Staged by courtesy of Continetal Airlines, Polygram International, The Mirror Group, The London Bourrough of Newham, London Docklands Development Corporation.

The Docklands concerts (there were two), were held at the London Docks after long negociations 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 clearly inspired by the history of the Docklands. The concert scheduled for September finally took place in October and the weather turned out to be typically british - rain and strong winds. Despite the weather, the concerts tickets sold in record time of a few hours, for a total of 400,000 in total over the two dates.
The stage was built on a 1,000 tons floating barge which lay in the Thames, on which Jarre and his musicians, a choir and an orchestra performed. It was a though this bleak area had been transformed for two evenings into an industrial, futuristic, multimedia theatre, which united Jarre's electronic music and vision, and the drab landscape of the Docklands in perfect, psychedelic harmony.

With the participation of: Akai - Apple France - Atari France - Elka - E.M.S. - Fairlight - Kawai Hohner - Lag Innovart - Laserpoint - Ludwig Pani - Music Connexion - Personnal Computer Ltd. - Philips - Piermaria - Raycom Communications - Roland - Roller Box - Skywatcher - S.P.L. - S.S.L. - Stacco Layher - Tektronix France - Studio Pastelle
Special thanks: Charlotte Rampling - Hélène Dreyfus - Robert Maxwell - Ian Maxwell - Mike Mansfield - Hilar Stewart - Hilary Tiping - Jean-Louis Remilleux - Patrick Taillandier - Margarita Scheckel - Danièle Feuillerat - Bernard Baschet - Bernard Ribet - Yvon Kerampran - Roland Delacroix - Paul-Henri Wagner - Eric Cabedoce - Renaud Letang - Edith Napias - Gérald Ano - Louisa Chelouti - Pierrette Jacquard - The Carrol Group - The Mel Bush Organization Ltd - Bernard Beaugendre.
Crew: Abdel Aziz Touil, Antonio de Carvalho, Maurice Giraud, Gérard Pernet, Gilles Arsac, Sylvain Lefort, Paul Jarvis, Loïc de Montaignac, Dick Cruse, Dominique Wiedenhoff, Jean-Marc Felix, Guy Salles Surignac.

Mixed at Jean Michel Jarre Studio [Croissy Studio in the database]
Recording on Fleetwood Mobile, on Studer A 820 SR Dolby
New mastering from the original analog tapes - 2014

Issued in standard jewel case with transparent tray also 8-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 88430 24732 1
  • Barcode (Scanned (UPC A)): 888430247321
  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 1, 2, 3): Sony DADC A0102294037-0101 12 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1, 2, 3): IFPI L552
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94V7
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 941Q
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 94W5
  • Label Code: LC 10879
  • Rights Society (Boxed): BIEM GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
841 176-2, 841176-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus 841 176-2, 841176-2 France 1989
841 258-1 Jean Michel Jarre* Jarre Live ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 841 258-1 UK 1989
FDM 36149-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Disques Dreyfus FDM 36149-2 Canada 1989
841 258-4 Jarre* Jarre Live ‎(Cass, Album) Polydor, Disques Dreyfus 841 258-4 Greece 1989
841 258-2 Jarre* Live ‎(CD, Album) Polydor, Disques Dreyfus 841 258-2 Europe 1989