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Magnetic Fields Part 1 - Jean Michel Jarre* - Magnetic Fields (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Moogura
    18.10.2019 at 05:29
    Yes, I've been a Jarre fan since the 70's when I first bought his record because I liked the cover, and I liked the music even better. For you Jarreheads out there, this is an essential album to own. It follows the tradition of numbered tracks with Magnetic Fields 1 through 5, though track number 5 is also subtitled "The Last Rhumba"/5(15).
  2. Nazilkree
    12.10.2019 at 10:04
    Magnetic Fields marks a new decade for the guy, and this album pretty much sticks to the same territory to Equinoxe and Oxygene, with one major exception: much more emphasis on rhythm than on atmosphere. He also acquired himself a Fairlight, an early digital sampler, which featured a monster keyboard and a computer monitor, which seemed to be a staple of early '80s recordings until the .
  3. Mubei
    18.10.2019 at 03:13
    Magnetic Fields Released One of the first albums to use sampling as a musical element, Magnetic Fields showcased a colder, more digital and at times also more rhythmically strong sound than Jarre’s previous works. Partially inspired by Andy Warhol, Magnetic Fields is a tribute to the machines that power Jarre’s compositions.
  4. Kagalrajas
    09.10.2019 at 07:24
    “ELECTRONICA 1: The Time Machine” was conceived with Jarre’s wish to encompass the last few decades of electronic music with the participation of outstanding artists of all generations with whom Jarre feels especially connected with by a common DNA.
  5. Mim
    18.10.2019 at 10:53
    10 hours ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Live on Discogs.
  6. Kazitilar
    13.10.2019 at 23:03
    Jean Michel Jarre - Musik Aus Zeit Und Raum (Highlights) () T New-Age 0 Share Original Backing Track Studio Playlist Download.
  7. Yosar
    18.10.2019 at 20:46
    Magnetic Fields Part 1 This song is by Jean Michel Jarre and appears on the album Magnetic Fields () on the live album The Concerts In China () on the compilation album The Essential () on the live album In Concert Houston - Lyon () on the album Aero () on the live album Aero In Denmark () on the album The Symphonic Jean Michel Jarre () Instrumental .
  8. Dukora
    11.10.2019 at 06:07
    Jun 10,  · saw the release of this, Jean-Michel Jarre's 3rd album. On release, this time, though, the use of the synthesizer was widespread, but J-M J countered this by sheer musicianship, and producing that most difficult thing; a fascinating, dense, and beautiful sonic object, which, at the same time, was accessible to the average listener, whilst /5().
  9. Maurn
    15.10.2019 at 23:52
    Les Chants Magnétiques (English title: Magnetic Fields) is the fifth studio album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, released on Disques Dreyfus on 22 May The album was one of the first records to use sampling as a musical element and represents a departure from the sound of Jarre's previous efforts.

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