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
151 Oxygene 8 4 Audio 1997 Epic
152 Zoolook 7 Audio 1994-02-01
153 Revolutions 10 Audio Disques Dreyfus
154 Rendez-Vous 6 Audio 1992 Disques Dreyfus
155 Oxygène 10 6 Audio 1998-02-10 Epic
156 Rendez-Vous 6 Audio
157 Révolutions 7 Audio 1988 Disques Dreyfus
158 The Concerts In China 14 Audio 1982-05-00
159 Equinoxe 2 Audio 1979 Disques Dreyfus
160 Equinoxe 4 (Version Inédite) 2 Audio 1979 Polydor
161 Orient Express 2 Audio 1982
162 Images (The Best Of Jean Michel Jarre) 17 Audio 1991
163 Oxygene / Equinoxe 14 Audio 1981
164 Oxygene 7-13 7 Audio 1997
165 Les Chants Magnetiques 2 Audio 1981 Disques Dreyfus
166 Aero 41 Audio 2004-09-21 Warner Music France
167 Oxygène 10 3 Audio 1997
168 Chronologie Part 4 (Promo 2) 3 Audio 1993 Polydor
169 Orient Express / Equinoxe IV 2 Audio 1982 Polydor
170 Magnetic Fields 5 Audio 1981
171 Les Concerts En Chine 19 Audio 1982 Disques Dreyfus
172 Chronologie Part 6 (The Slam Remixes) 2 Audio 1994 Polydor
173 Les Concerts En Chine 19 Audio 1985 Disques Dreyfus
174 Jarremix 11 Audio 1995-07-14
175 En Concert Houston / Lyon 9 Audio 1987 Disques Dreyfus
176 Oxygene (Part 4) 2 Audio 1977 Polydor
177 Revolutions 11 Audio 1988
178 The Essential Jean Michel Jarre 16 Audio 2004 Disques Dreyfus
179 The Essential (1976 - 1986) 14 Audio
180 Odyssey Through O₂ 17 Audio 1998 Disques Dreyfus
181 Aero 41 Audio 2004-09-21 Warner Music (Australia)
182 Equinoxe 8 Audio 1997 Sony Music Entertainment (Mexico)
183 Oxygene 6 Audio 1994 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
184 Oxygene 6 Audio 1992 Disques Dreyfus
185 Tout Est Bleu 4 Audio 2000 Epic
186 Live 12 Audio 1989
187 Musik Aus Zeit Und Raum 13 Audio AMIGA
188 Oxygene 10 (Remixes) 4 Audio 1997 Epic
189 Oxygène 10 4 Audio 1997 Epic
190 La Musique De Basket 2 Audio 1977 Les Disques Motors
191 Jarre In China (Forbidden City - Tian'anmen) 42 Audio 2005-06-06
192 Chronologie Part 4 3 Audio 1993 Polydor
193 Jarre À La Concorde 2 Audio 1980 Disques Dreyfus
194 La Cage / Erosmachine 2 Audio 1971
195 Musik Aus Zeit Und Raum 13 Audio 1984 Polystar (3)
196 Zoolook 7 Audio 1985 Disques Dreyfus
197 Chronologie Part 4 (Remix By Praga Khan) 3 Audio 1993 Disques Dreyfus
198 Oxygene 6 Audio 1976 Les Disques Motors
199 Equinoxe 4 (Version Inédite) 2 Audio 1979
200 The Essential (1976-1986) 14 Audio 1985


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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