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Finaero 


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Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:44 pm   

Or maybe a 10 LP special edition where one track makes up one side of the record (similar to PSB's Relentless).

Remastered by Dadwater, of course. :pwned:

And the back cover will have useful info such as "(c)1784 Jean-Michel Vanwerk"
 
Herr Dunkel 

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Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:10 pm   

I remember a TV show back in 1997 when JMJ explained the title (instead of the more obvious Oxygène 2). Beside indicating the opening and ending tracks, numbers 7 and 13 have opposite "meanings", 7 being positive (good luck) and 13 being negative (bad luck). Of course it depends on your cultural background and whether you are superstitious, but you get the idea. Jarre thought it was funny to juxtapose those two "opposite" numbers.
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Kanta 
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Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:01 pm   



No 14 - Planet Jarre - Official Charts

Source: http://www.officialcharts...s-chart-update/
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Velodynamic 


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Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:47 pm   

Finaero wrote:
Or maybe a 10 LP special edition where one track makes up one side of the record (similar to PSB's Relentless).

OMG :shock: That's some serious hard work listening through. :lol:

Herr Dunkel wrote:
Jarre thought it was funny to juxtapose those two "opposite" numbers.

As I said, just so silly. :no:
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shadow 


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Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2018 1:18 pm   

So bol.com says they shipped my boxset last week on Thursday and it should've arrived on Saturday, but apparently PostNL still haven't received it at all yet :/
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Dr_Jones 


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Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:37 pm   

These are the surround filenames:

JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_01_Circus_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_02_Equinoxe2_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_03_Equinoxe5_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_04_ExitWithEdwardSnowden_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_05_Oxygene15_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_06_Oxygene17_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_07_Oxygene2_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_08_StardustWithArminVanBuuren_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_09_SwitchedOnLeonWithTheOrb_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_10_CoachellaOpening_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_11_SouvenirOfChina_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4
JeanMichelJarre_PlanetJarre_05_Exclusive51Content_12_Zoolookologie_DolbyDigitalPlus.mp4

The files seem to be sorted alphabetically on filename. Somewhere I suspect Coachella Opening was called different, probably something starting with an S. But Souvenir of China should come earlier in the list too.
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shadow 


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Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2018 11:01 pm   

That's a suspicious location indeed. Curious what the original title was.
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Velodynamic 


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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 12:23 am   

shadow wrote:
Curious what the original title was.

Souvenir De Chine. He composed it on the plane back home from the first concerts in China according to the "track by track" story. ;)
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Dr_Jones 


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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 12:33 am   

Velodynamic wrote:
shadow wrote:
Curious what the original title was.

Souvenir De Chine. He composed it on the plane back home from the first concerts in China according to the "track by track" story. ;)


We were talking about Coachella Opening...
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Dr_Jones 


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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 12:39 am   

Listening to the 5.1 tracks now. I've downsized the files to a working DVD which I can play in my 5.1 set.
Switched on Leon works very well in 5.1.
Equinoxe 2 too. Coachella Opening sounds very wide, has that circling sequencer, that goes around during the song. The effects in Zoolookologie comes from every direction, quite funny.
Equinoxe 5 is weird, but that might be my setup.
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Pat Gleeson 

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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:45 pm   

Dr_Jones wrote:
Equinoxe 5 is weird, but that might be my setup.


Equinoxe 5 is weird. The stereo mix - probably mixed down from surround - has a ridiculously wide main lead.
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Pat Gleeson 

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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:49 pm   

Synner wrote:
Interesting that the Supermarkets demo is copyright 2018 according the CD booklet, and not 1983.


That's purely for copyright reasons. If it was 1983 the copyright could have lapsed by now. That's one of the reasons why music keeps being reissued.
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Pat Gleeson 

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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:16 pm   

Jote wrote:
And in "Close your eyes" reportedly


Here's a video of how the rhythm track for Close Your Eyes was recorded ...

Close Your Eyes - Future Music
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kubrick 

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Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:42 pm   

Pat Gleeson wrote:
Synner wrote:
Interesting that the Supermarkets demo is copyright 2018 according the CD booklet, and not 1983.


That's purely for copyright reasons. If it was 1983 the copyright could have lapsed by now. That's one of the reasons why music keeps being reissued.


That is not correct. It is because it's a demo excerpt wich is not published in 1983.
 
Oxynoxe 


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Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2018 11:25 am   

Pat Gleeson wrote:
That's purely for copyright reasons. If it was 1983 the copyright could have lapsed by now. That's one of the reasons why music keeps being reissued.

That's not quite correct - because the copyright protection is in most countries granted automatically 50 or 70 years (after the author's death) from publication: https://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries%27_copyright_lengths .

'Music for Supermarkets' was published in 1983 and the corresponding demo now in 2018.

In the last 5 years there were some short (few days/weeks) releases (iTunes, YouTube, Streaming) of yet unpublished early 1960's recordings from The Beatles or The Rolling Stones to secure only the copyright (otherwise the recording would pass into the public domain).
 
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