10 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

By 1986, Jean-Michel Jarre's live show was an immersive, multimedia experience. Both concerts here were tied to major events—NASA's 25th anniversary and a papal visit—and Jarre responds with his most majestic music. The use of live bass and drums, and his interplay with the band, gives Jarre's synthesizer epics "Oxygene" and "Equinoxe" more muscle than their iconic studio takes. The pulses are heavier and the solos more aggressive, and each musical climax is accompanied by the roar of an audibly thrilled audience.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

By 1986, Jean-Michel Jarre's live show was an immersive, multimedia experience. Both concerts here were tied to major events—NASA's 25th anniversary and a papal visit—and Jarre responds with his most majestic music. The use of live bass and drums, and his interplay with the band, gives Jarre's synthesizer epics "Oxygene" and "Equinoxe" more muscle than their iconic studio takes. The pulses are heavier and the solos more aggressive, and each musical climax is accompanied by the roar of an audibly thrilled audience.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

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CHICAGOGuettaFan ,

AMAZING MUSIC..AHEAD OF ITS TIME

I was in Houston in 1986 and attended this one-of-a-kind event. I still can see the beauty of Jean Michel Jarre's music and visual work in my head and mind's eye. What an amazing performance, what an amazing artist.
The concert that night was unparalleled and I am so happy that the music has finally been released!!!

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