Jean-Michel Jarre

Jean Michel André Jarre

Also known as A. Jarre, Жан Мишель Жар, Жан-Мишель Жарр, 雅尔, 让——米歇尔・雅尔, J M Jarre, J-M Jarre, J-M. Jarre, J-Michel Jarre, J. Jarre, J. M. Jarré, J. M. Jarre, J. Maurice Jarre, J. Michel Jarre, J.-M. Jarre, J.Jarre, J.M Jarre, J.M. Jarre, J.M.J., J.M.Jarre, Jarre, Jarre, Jean Michel André, Jarremix, Jean - Michel Jarre, Jean Michael Jaree, Jean Michael Jarre, Jean Michael-Jarre, Jean Michel - Jarre, Jean Michel Jarré, Jean Michel Jarre, Jean Michel-Jarre, Jean Michele Jarre, Jean Michell Jarre, Jean Michelle Jarre, Jean- Michel-Jarre, Jean-M. Jarre, Jean-M.-Jarre, Jean-Michael Jarré, Jean-Michael Jarre, Jean-Michal Jarre, JM Jarre, JM. Jarre, JMJ
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Discography of Jean-Michel Jarre:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Equinoxe 8 Audio 1978-00-00 Polydor
2 Oxygène 6 Audio 1977 Polydor
3 Zoolook 7 Audio 1986 Polydor
4 Rendez-Vous 6 Audio 1986-04-00 Polydor
5 En Attendant Cousteau 2 Audio 1990-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
6 Chronologie (Remix) 2 Audio 1993-00-00 Sony Music Entertainment (France)
7 Les Chants Magnétiques 5 Audio 1985 Disques Dreyfus
8 Revolutions 10 Audio 1988-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
9 Chronologie 8 Audio 1993-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
10 Metamorphoses 12 Audio 2000-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
11 Zoolook 4 Audio 1984-11-00
12 Odyssey Through O₂ 18 Audio 1998
13 Oxygene 7-13 7 Audio 1997-05-20
14 Les Chants Magnétiques 4 Audio 1981 Disques Dreyfus
15 En Concert Houston-Lyon 9 Audio 1987-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
16 Chronologie 4 Audio 1993-00-00 Disques Dreyfus
17 Jarremix 10 Audio 1995-00-00
18 Oxygène 10 2 Audio 1997
19 Les Concerts En Chine 15 Audio 1992 Disques Dreyfus
20 The Essential Jean-Michel Jarre 14 Audio 1983
21 C'est La Vie (Remixes) 2 Audio 1999 Epic
22 Oxygène 6 Audio 1979 Les Disques Motors
23 Magnetic Fields 5 Audio 1997
24 C'est La Vie 4 Audio 1999
25 Musik Aus Zeit Und Raum 13 Audio 1983
26 Equinoxe 8 Audio 1978
27 Zoolook 7 Audio 1984 Polydor
28 Hong Kong 20 Audio 1994 Disques Dreyfus
29 Equinoxe 8 Audio 1986
30 Sessions 2000 6 Audio 2002-11-04
31 Metamorphoses 12 Audio 2000-01-24
32 Waiting For Cousteau 4 Audio 1990 Disques Dreyfus
33 Oxygène 6 Audio 1989
34 Chronologie Part 4 (Remixes) 6 Audio 1993 Polydor
35 Magnetic Fields 5 Audio 1981 Polydor
36 Zoolook 7 Audio 1985 Polydor
37 Oxygene 10 4 Audio 1997 Epic
38 Revolutions 2 Audio 1988 Polydor
39 Oxygène 4 Audio 1989 Disques Dreyfus
40 Revolutions 10 Audio 1988 Polydor
41 Equinoxe 8 Audio 1978
42 Chronologie 8 Audio 1993 Polydor
43 In Concert Houston/Lyon 9 Audio 1987-07-13
44 The Concerts In China 15 Audio Polydor
45 The Concerts In China 15 Audio 1982
46 Oxygène 4 Audio 1989-10-02
47 Rendez-Vous 98 3 Audio 1998 Epic
48 Chronologie Part 6 (Slam & Gat Decor Remixes) 5 Audio 1994
49 Oxygène 10 (Remixes) 4 Audio 1997 Epic
50 Chronologie Part 6 (Slam & Gat Decor Remixes) 5 Audio 1994


Jean-Michel Jarre (August 24, 1948, Lyon, France) is a French composer of electronic music. Son of [a=Maurice Jarre], a composer of film music, who has written the scores to such films as Lawrence Of Arabia and Dr. Zhivago, among many others. He is well-known for staging spectacular outdoor concerts of his music, which feature laser displays and fireworks, and three of which appeared in the Guinness Book of Records for their large audiences. One of his albums, Musique pour supermarchés had a print run on only a single copy, which was auctioned to raise money for French artists. In 1986 he worked with NASA; astronaut Ronald McNair was to play the saxophone part of Jarre's piece Rendez-Vous VI while in orbit on board the Space Shuttle Challenger. It was to have been the first piece of music recorded in space, for the album Rendez-Vous. After the Challenger disaster of January 28, 1986, the piece was recorded with a different saxophonist, retitled Ron's piece and the album dedicated to the seven Challenger astronauts. He is a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador.


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