Crème Brûlée Jean Michel Jarre

This month Crème Brûlée speaks to a veritable French musical legend: monsieur Jean Michel Jarre. During the RBMA session during Les Nuits Sonores in Lyon, Jean Michel Jarre talked to French journalist Patrick Thévenin about his fantastic career. From his GRM (Groupe de Recherches Musicales) years to Oxygène, from his gigantic live performances around the world to the 80 million records he sold in between. Crème Brûlée offers two hours of intimate chat with one of the most influential French musicians of all time. Bon appétit!



1 Happiness Is A Sad Song Jean Michel Jarre Disques Dreyfus
2 Erosmachine Jean Michel Jarre Pathé
3 La Cage Jean Michel Jarre Pathé
4 Chanson Des Granges Brûlées Jean Michel Jarre Disques Dreyfus
5 Oxygène II Jean Michel Jarre Polydor
6 Oxygène IV Jean Michel Jarre Polydor


Part: 2

1 Oxygène II Jean Michel Jarre Polydor
2 Oxygène IV Jean Michel Jarre Polydor
3 Magnetic Fields I Jean Michel Jarre Epic
4 Musique Pour Publicité Jean Michel Jarre Self-Released

Crème Brûlée

Even when they're not dominating the world with their definitive take on house music, or the mixture of electronic and rock hybrids that only they can do, the French underground buzzes with experimentation and zeitgeist-testing possibility. Crème Brûlée looks at some of the maverick characters from French counter-culture, from the 60s through to the present day.

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