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Electronica 3 a possibility?
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shadow 


Age: 28
Joined: 11 Nov 2010
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Posted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:39 pm   

Ever since seeing the picture of Experimental 2001, I've been really interested in hearing it. I'm curious if they'll ever bother with its release. Sure it'll probably be much like Sessions, which wasn't that great, but had a few great moments (March 23 is such a goshdarn great track). I take it the only chance is when they're either bother with a serious shot at it, or when Jarre passes and they're trying to cash in and release it as a "lost new" album.
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Dr_Jones 


Joined: 30 Mar 2006
Posts: 3713
Posted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:54 pm   

Looks like Dreyfus has the say in the release of Experimental 2001.
Great interview again, JMJ is very open and even talks about this E2001 release!
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Elf 

Age: 46
Joined: 24 Apr 2006
Posts: 382
Location: Molde in Norway
Posted: Wed Nov 21, 2018 10:36 pm   

The final part of mine and Jarre's trip through his studio album discography is now up.

http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/
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plate of chips 

Joined: 19 Mar 2007
Posts: 231
Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 9:37 pm   

More fascinating insights.

JmJ Fiona candid with you more than with any other interviewer.

You deserve their trust.


Elf wrote:
The final part of mine and Jarre's trip through his studio album discography is now up.

http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

When I worked on the Electronica project, and was in the studio with Robert Del Naja from Massive Attack,
I said that my dream would be to make an album that sounded like Massive Attack, but I know that I canít.
And Robert told me that he would love to do an album that sounded like me, but you canít escape who you are.



Young JmJ could easily compose in any electronic music style.
Old JmJ can't.


That's why when young JmJ should released album every year whilst the fountain flows.
Fountain runs dry after a certain age.



Elf wrote:
http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

Re Teo Tea
Jarre simply canít remember
JmJ : It was a very dark period for me.


I understand JmJ buried teo tea back of his mind.

They do say " Laughter is the best medicine."

Therefore

JmJ should release a compilation called
Chewing gum on my shoe
:punch:


PingPong from CinC opens the album :smoke:
PingPong Song 1973
Freedom Synthetic Man Samuel Hobo
Zig-Zag
Last Rhumba
Diva end
Computer Weekend
Calypso 1
Chronologie 5 "rap" part
Love Love Love
Fresh News
Chatterbox
Infinity Movement 6
 
plate of chips 

Joined: 19 Mar 2007
Posts: 231
Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 10:40 pm   

Elf wrote:
The final part of mine and Jarre's trip through his studio album discography is now up.

http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

Re Teo Tea

Ė If tthere is one album of mine you should avoid, itís this one.



JmJ shouldn't be overly hard on himself.

Aphex Twin been proud of Chatterbox : humorous clever ... very Aphex Twin.
 
kubrick 

Joined: 25 Nov 2016
Posts: 34
Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:22 am   

plate of chips wrote:
More fascinating insights.

JmJ Fiona candid with you more than with any other interviewer.

You deserve their trust.


Elf wrote:
The final part of mine and Jarre's trip through his studio album discography is now up.

http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

When I worked on the Electronica project, and was in the studio with Robert Del Naja from Massive Attack,
I said that my dream would be to make an album that sounded like Massive Attack, but I know that I canít.
And Robert told me that he would love to do an album that sounded like me, but you canít escape who you are.



Young JmJ could easily compose in any electronic music style.
Old JmJ can't.


That's why when young JmJ should released album every year whilst the fountain flows.
Fountain runs dry after a certain age.



Elf wrote:
http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

Re Teo Tea
Jarre simply canít remember
JmJ : It was a very dark period for me.


I understand JmJ buried teo tea back of his mind.

They do say " Laughter is the best medicine."

Therefore

JmJ should release a compilation called
Chewing gum on my shoe
:punch:


PingPong from CinC opens the album :smoke:
PingPong Song 1973
Freedom Synthetic Man Samuel Hobo
Zig-Zag
Last Rhumba
Diva end
Computer Weekend
Calypso 1
Chronologie 5 "rap" part
Love Love Love
Fresh News
Chatterbox
Infinity Movement 6



First of all, JMJ didn't composed TEO & TEA. The music of that "album" was just some demo songs from the Roland MC-808 wich was not composed by JMJ. (I can understand why Jarre will forget this fake album)

Freedom day and synthetic man, are very nice tracks and typicaly Jarre from that time.
Last Rumba, a perfect Jarre track.
Calypso, very refreshing bud a real and typicaly Jarre track.
Movement 6 the one and only modern track and one of the best tracks on the album.
 
toman 

Joined: 29 Mar 2010
Posts: 74
Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:09 pm   

kubrick wrote:
plate of chips wrote:
More fascinating insights.

JmJ Fiona candid with you more than with any other interviewer.

You deserve their trust.


Elf wrote:
The final part of mine and Jarre's trip through his studio album discography is now up.

http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

When I worked on the Electronica project, and was in the studio with Robert Del Naja from Massive Attack,
I said that my dream would be to make an album that sounded like Massive Attack, but I know that I canít.
And Robert told me that he would love to do an album that sounded like me, but you canít escape who you are.



Young JmJ could easily compose in any electronic music style.
Old JmJ can't.


That's why when young JmJ should released album every year whilst the fountain flows.
Fountain runs dry after a certain age.



Elf wrote:
http://domino.elfworld.or...g-the-watchers/

Re Teo Tea
Jarre simply canít remember
JmJ : It was a very dark period for me.


I understand JmJ buried teo tea back of his mind.

They do say " Laughter is the best medicine."

Therefore

JmJ should release a compilation called
Chewing gum on my shoe
:punch:


PingPong from CinC opens the album :smoke:
PingPong Song 1973
Freedom Synthetic Man Samuel Hobo
Zig-Zag
Last Rhumba
Diva end
Computer Weekend
Calypso 1
Chronologie 5 "rap" part
Love Love Love
Fresh News
Chatterbox
Infinity Movement 6



First of all, JMJ didn't composed TEO & TEA. The music of that "album" was just some demo songs from the Roland MC-808 wich was not composed by JMJ. (I can understand why Jarre will forget this fake album)

Freedom day and synthetic man, are very nice tracks and typicaly Jarre from that time.
Last Rumba, a perfect Jarre track.
Calypso, very refreshing bud a real and typicaly Jarre track.
Movement 6 the one and only modern track and one of the best tracks on the album.


Ah kubrick ... please , trust him ! You can be sure he has yet Electronica 3 album , before JMJ made it ... Too better you are kubrick . Respect ! :nod:
 
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