Jarre usually lists which synths were used on his album sleeves. Does anybody have any reliable information e.
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Posted: Thu May 19, am. Posted: Sun Jun 07, pm. I bring back this old topic because I'm interested in replicating one sound of Calypso part 2. The album was dedicated to Jacques-Yves Cousteau and was released on his 80th birthday 11 June Allmusic described the album as "groundbreaking stuff", due to its extreme stylistic differences from his other albums. The title track is a composition in the ambient style and an edited version of the music he produced for Concert d'Images English: Concert of Images , an exhibition which contained photographs and selected objects from Jarre's concerts.
The original plan was to release the album edit of the track as a promo CD single , but those plans were abandoned. On vinyl and cassette tape the title track was edited to only 22 minutes due to the lack of space on the formats.
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Jarre utilised the unedited version as an ambient audience "warm-up" in the hours prior to the Paris la Defense concert in and also in many concerts after this "first" , played on the specially installed public address sound system scattered throughout Paris for this event. Early promos for the album had the title track named "Cousteau on the Beach", but was renamed later, because Jacques-Yves Cousteau thought beaches are an environmental disaster.
Calypso Part 1 contains samples previously heard in the tracks Zoolookologie and Moon Machine , the former appearing on his album Zoolook , and the latter as the B-side to the single Fourth Rendez-Vous and later appearing on the compilation album Images. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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