|The doors open...|
I always thought that the "computer crowd" in the 1980s perhaps listened proportionally more Jarre, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream and Vangelis than the general population. At least in Europe. Well, who knows.
I felt a few words about the Jarre concert yesterday was in order. It was a good, entertaining show. I've never seen Jarre live, so I only knew about the massive concerts in a roundabout way, through TV shows and all.
|These circular projections had a laser-like intensity.|
|Equinoxe album art was also used for humorous effect.|
I found it, for this time at least, more interesting than Kraftwerk's recent turn to 3D material, but I can also understand the German quartet would not want their clear-cut images to be split into smithereens.
|Guess what? A new Oxygène|
I'm also glad that although Jarre's music has benefited from the back-and-forth influence with the recent electronic music styles, the songs were not altered to the Guetta/Skrillex EDM-dubstep mould.
Sorry about the bit poor photos. I did not even think I'd get the urge to take my camera out so often.
|The famous Laser Harp|