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Concert For Tolerance


Post Posted Tue Jan 07, 2014 10:54 am
chronos


Posts: 76

Hello all,

Over the festive period I found this on YouTube



A fairly dodgy camcorder recording of Jarre's 1995 concert at the Eiffel Tower.
Why I love this..?? It's the sound.

The Mansfield TV botch up sound quality was awful, dull, lifeless, to much echo/reverb for me..

This camcorder recording captures the sound as I remember it, clear, full of punch ( Especially Chronologie 6).

If you haven't seen this recording, wire it to loud speakers, crank it up and enjoy..

Happy New Year.
Post Posted Tue Jan 07, 2014 4:38 pm
Dr_Jones


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chronos wrote:The Mansfield TV botch up sound quality was awful, dull, lifeless, to much echo/reverb for me..
you should try the Laserdisc sound then. That's perfect.
Post Posted Tue Jan 07, 2014 5:37 pm
Finaero


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I always thought the official audio sounded... distant. Industrial Revolution in particular sounds very low-volume but then again, it lacks a lot of percussive oomph to begin with.

But yeah, cool video of the last classic era megaconcert (marked by the last usage of the big LAG Circulaire). :]
Post Posted Mon Feb 10, 2014 1:08 pm
RougleJames

chronos wrote:Hello all,

Over the festive period I found this on YouTube



A fairly dodgy camcorder recording of Jarre's 1995 concert at the Eiffel Tower.
Why I love this..?? It's the sound.

The Mansfield TV botch up sound quality was awful, dull, lifeless, to much echo/reverb for me..

This camcorder recording captures the sound as I remember it, clear, full of punch ( Especially Chronologie 6).

If you haven't seen this recording, wire it to loud speakers, crank it up and enjoy..

Happy New Year.

I just loved the video as the song sung by Jarre's in the concert is marvellous.By watching it I felt as if I am watching any one of the top broadway musicals in new york city
Post Posted Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:43 pm
Robi


Posts: 3340
Location: Kiskoros, Hungary

RougleJames wrote:
chronos wrote:Hello all,

Over the festive period I found this on YouTube



A fairly dodgy camcorder recording of Jarre's 1995 concert at the Eiffel Tower.
Why I love this..?? It's the sound.

The Mansfield TV botch up sound quality was awful, dull, lifeless, to much echo/reverb for me..

This camcorder recording captures the sound as I remember it, clear, full of punch ( Especially Chronologie 6).

If you haven't seen this recording, wire it to loud speakers, crank it up and enjoy..

Happy New Year.

I just loved the video as the song sung by Jarre's in the concert is marvellous.By watching it I felt as if I am watching any one of the top broadway musicals in new york city
Hello in New York ! :wink:
"I will release my next album at the end of this year"
Post Posted Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:22 am
melo


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Location: Brazil

A few years ago, I remember seeing somewhere, a drawing of what would be the CPLT stage, before taking place at the Eiffel Tower. It was a drawing on Place des Invalides and this would be from Mark Fisher's team!!!
I wonder if anyone has this image today?
Ricardo Melo
Jarrefan-Brazil
www.jarrefan.com.br

Attented concert:
Port Hercule, Monaco - 2011







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