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Jean-Michel Jarre - Destination Docklands: The London Concert Download

  • Performer: Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Destination Docklands: The London Concert
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Electro, Synth-pop, Ambient
  • Label: Disques Dreyfus
  • Catalog: FDM 36149-2
  • Country: France
  • MP3 version size: 2930 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2395 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 303


1Introduction (Revolutions)1:03
Flute [Turkish] – Kudsi Erguner
Chorus [Vocals] – Mireille PomboConductor [Mali Choir] – Sori Bamba
4Ouverture / Overture (Révolution Industrielle)3:00
5Révolution Industrielle Part 1-2-35:45
6L'Emigrant / The Emigrant3:53
7Computer Week-End5:18
8Oxygène IV3:46
9Chants Magnétques II / Magnetic Fields II4:09
10Rendez-Vous IV
Guitar – Hank Marvin
11Rendez-Vous II8:54
12London Kid
Guitar – Hank Marvin


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
841 176-2, 841176-2Jarre Live ‎(CD, Album)Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus841 176-2, 841176-2France1989
841 258-1Jean Michel Jarre Jarre Live ‎(LP, Album)Polydor841 258-1UK1989
FDM 36149-2Jarre Live ‎(CD, Album)Disques DreyfusFDM 36149-2Canada1989
841 258-1Jean-Michel Jarre Jarre Live ‎(LP, Album)Disques Dreyfus, Polydor841 258-1Europe1989
841 258-2Jarre Live ‎(CD, Album)Polydor, Disques Dreyfus841 258-2Europe1989


  • Animation [Pani Projection Artistic Director]Marie-Jeanne Gauthé, Paul Souverbie
  • Animation [Special Effects Projection]Christian "Léon" Miquel
  • Art Direction [Artistic Director]Mark Fisher
  • BassGuy Delacroix
  • ChoirThe Newham Academy Of Music
  • Conductor [Choir]Bruno Rossignol
  • Coordinator [Artistic Coordination]Franck Dancelme
  • Design [J.M. Jarre's Costume Design]Yohji Yamamoto
  • Directed By [Audio Director]Eric Alvergnat
  • Directed By [Pyrotechnic Director]Daniel Azancot
  • DrumsJo Hammer
  • Engineer [Sound]Laurent Israel Alexandre, Mick Lanaro
  • Engineer [Sound], Mixed ByDenis Vanzetto
  • Executive-Producer [French Team]Francis Dreyfus
  • Executive-Producer [Promoter]Rod Gunner
  • KeyboardsFrancis Rimbert
  • Keyboards, Coordinator [Musical Coordination]Sylvain Durand
  • Lighting DirectorJacques Rouveyrollis
  • Management [General Manager]Anne Slizewicz, Roger Abriol
  • Management [Personal Assistant To J. M. Jarre]Fiona de Montaignac
  • Music Consultant [Ethnical Music Advisor]Xavier Bellenger
  • Other [Stylist And Make-up] – Denis Pariente
  • PercussionDino Lumbroso
  • Performer [Solo Dance Performance]Setsuko Yamada
  • Photography ByCharlotte Rampling
  • Producer, Composed ByJean-Michel Jarre
  • Production Manager [French Team]Arnaud de La Villesbrunne
  • Soprano VocalsChristine Durand
  • Stage ManagerOlivier Matabon
  • SynthesizerDominique Perrier
  • Synthesizer, Musical Assistance [Artistic Collaboration], Mixed ByMichel Geiss
  • Technician [Technical Assistance]Patrick Pelamourgues


For both the CD and the front sleeve, two colour variations exist:
Front sleeve satellite dish can be pale yellow or yellow
CD satellite dish can be orange or yellow

Back cover:
Mixing at Jean-Michel Jarre Studio [Croissy Studio in the database]
Recorded on Fleetwood Mobile, on Studer A 820 SR Dolby
℗ 1989 Disques Dreyfus © 1996 Disques Dreyfus

Hank Marvin appears with courtesy of Polydor Ltd. (UK)
Crew: Abdel Aziz Touil, Antonio de Carvalho, Maurice Giraud, Gérard Pernet, Gilles Arsac, Sylvain Lefort, Paul Jarvis, Loïc de Montaignac, Dick Cruse, Dominique Wiedenhoff, Jean-Marc Felix, Guy Salles Surignac.
Special thanks: Charlotte Rampling, Hélène Dreyfus, Robert Maxwell, Ian Maxwell, Mike Mansfield , Hilary Stewart, Hilary Tipping, Jean-Louis Remilleux, Patrick Taillandier, Margarita Scheckel, Danièle Feuillerat, Bernard Baschet, Bernard Ribet, Yvon Kerampran, Roland Delacroix, Paul-Henri Wagner, Eric Cabedoce, Renaud Feyfant, Edith Napias, Gérald Ano, Louisa Chelouti, Pierrette Jacquard, The Caroll Group, The Mel Bush Organization Ltd, Bernard Beaugendre.
With the participation of: Akai, Apple France, Atari France, Elka, E.M.S., Fairlight, Kawai Hohner, Lag Innovart, Laserpoint, Ludwig Pani, Music Connexion, Personal Computer Ltd., Philips, Piermaria, Raycom Communications, Roland, Roller Box, Skywatcher, S.P.L., S.S.L., Stacco Layher, Tektronix France, Studio Pastelle.

Fabriqué en France

Artist name, album title and tracks titles as on cover


  • Barcode: 3 460503 614925
  • Label Code: LC 9804
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): DCO 8411762 MPO 02 @
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1215
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): DCO 8411762 MPO 02 @
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 1213
  • Price Code: CB 701
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL / SPPF


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Disques Dreyfus
  • Copyright (c) – Disques Dreyfus
  • Published By – Francis Dreyfus Music
  • Published By – Jean-Michel Jarre
  • Mixed At – Croissy Studio
  • Manufactured By – MPO



Destination Docklands was an event consisting of two concerts by musician Jean-Michel Jarre on the Royal Victoria Docks, Docklands, London on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9 October 1988, to coincide with the release of Jarre's new album Revolutions. The concerts were attended by 100,000 people on each night. Accompanied by fireworks and a light show, the concert also featured The Shadows guitarist Hank Marvin who joined Jarre on the tracks London Kid and Fourth Rendez-Vous. The show was intended to. Listen album. Jean Michel Jarre. Songs in album Jean Michel Jarre - Destination Docklands 1989. Jean Michel Jarre - Revolutions. Jean Michel Jarre - Industrial Revolution: Overture. Jean Michel Jarre - Industrial Revolution Part 1-2-3. Jean Michel Jarre - Magnetic Fields 2. Jean-Michel Jarre. SME от лица компании Sony Music Entertainment Sony ATV Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Destination Docklands. The Docklands concerts there were two, were held at the London Docks after long negotiations and a great deal of to-ing and fro-ing on the part of the local community authorities. The Docks were to create the setting for a presentation of Jarres album, Revolutions, an album clearly inspired by the history of the Docklands. The concerts scheduled for September finally took place in October and the weather turned out to be typically British rain and strong winds. Despite the weather, the concert tickets sold in record time of a few hours, for a total of 400,000 in tota. Listen free to Jean Michel Jarre Destination Docklands The London Concert Introduction Revolutions, Revolution Industrielle-Ouverture and more. 12 tracks 57:19. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. new age. Jean-Michel André Jarre born in 24 August 1948, Lyon is a French composer, performer and music producer, regarded as a pioneer of electronic music. He is well-known for huge outdoor shows read more. Album 2003 12 Songs. Destination Docklands 1988 Jean-Michel Jarre. London Kid. Quatrième rendez-vous. Deuxième rendez-vous. Jarre Live, later re-released as Destination Docklands: The London Concert, is a live album by Jean-Michel Jarre, recorded and released in 1989 on Disques Dreyfus. It was recorded during Jarre's Destination Docklands concerts of 1988, which consisted of two London concerts in England this was the first time the docklands district of London and the river Thames became the scenery for a concert. Computer Week-End 5:18. Revolutions 3:52. London Kid 4:57. Rendez-Vous IV 4:16. Rendez-Vous II 8:54. September 4:45. The Emigrant 3:53. Composed, Written, Produced by Jean-Michel Jarre. Synthesizer, Keyboards: Jean Michel Jarre. Destination Docklands 1988. 7 out of 5 stars 29. Audio CD. Planet Jarre Deluxe-Version. 2 out of 5 stars 27. I still stand by my review of Destination Docklands video released in '99, but this serves as a good memorabila album - But sadly, doesnt give the complete picture, like a lot of Jarre albums the majority of it was consigned to the dustbin. This one, sadly was hit the most, because even the songs included were heavily smashed to pieces. It's good if you want to to dub it to the television recording which other than a few errors, did work effortlessly together and give high-fidelity sound quality to that aging VHS of yours. Jean Michel Jarre - Pure Lumière. Jean Michel Jarre's concert in London's Docklands, initially scheduled for 24th September 1988, was split into two concerts on 8th and 9th October despite dr. Jean Michel Jarre - Destination Docklands. 6 April 2018