Equinoxe Infinity Jean-Michel Jarre
Artist: Jean-Michel Jarre
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- 1THE WATCHERS (movement 1)02:58
- 2FLYING TOTEMS (movement 2)03:54
- 3ROBOTS DON'T CRY (movement 3)05:44
- 4ALL THAT YOU LEAVE BEHIND (movement 4)04:01
- 5IF THE WIND COULD SPEAK (movement 5)01:32
- 6INFINITY (movement 6)04:14
- 7MACHINES ARE LEARNING (movement 7)02:07
- 8THE OPENING (movement 8)04:16
- 9DON'T LOOK BACK (movement 9)03:36
- 10EQUINOXE INFINITY (movement 10)07:35
- 11Continous Mix39:54
Info for Equinoxe Infinity
On 16 November 1978 appeared ‘Equinoxe’. Forty years later, his successor appears for the day. In 1978, Jean-Michel Jarre composed and produced an album that would reflect the music of our future, revolutionizing electronic music history. As a supporting element, it was ‘Equinoxe’ to the ‘Watchers’ (the observers), which were seen on the original album cover in infinite numbers. These Watchers were in 1987, in an emerging era of technology and innovation, a symbol of machines watching us. An early vision of what the future would bring us.
On "Equinoxe Infinity", Jean-Michel Jarre continues this idea. The new work will be released with two covers by artist Filip Hodas. The one version embodies a future in which man lives in harmony with nature. The other version shows the destruction that machines and humans could bring across the planet. For the well-known as innovator and pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre, the topic of Artificial Intelligence and Man vs Machine is the most important and explosive topic for the future of humanity. For his thoughts JARRE was honoured in 2017 with the Stephen Hawkings Medal for Science.
Jean-Michel Jarre, keyboards, synthesizers, effects, production
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