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It’s Friday so we’re listening to something more upbeat. Today we’re listening to Jean-Michel Jarre, a French electronic musician from Lyon. Born in 1948, Jarre started experimenting with sound in the ‘60s, using a tape machine to process guitar sounds.1 In the ‘70s he embraced synthesizers and, like Giorgio Moroder and Wendy Carlos, discovered paradigms and patterns that would typify synthesizer music for decades to come. We’re playing two of his early, influential records: Oxygène from 1976 and Equinoxe from 1978.
Have a great weekend.