Sunday, August 27, 2017

Jean Michel Jarre - 1999-12-31 - El Cairo, Egypt (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

"WILLIAM TELL EDITION" 075 


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Les Douze Rêves Du Soleil 
JEAN MICHEL JARRE - Keyboards/Laser Harp/Vocals 
Gary Wallis - Drums/Percussions 
Francis Rimbert - Keyboards 
Joachim Garraud - Sound design/Keyboards 
Christopher Papendieck - Bass 
Natacha Atlas - Vocals 
Laurie Anderson - Vocals & Dream introductions 
Amal Maher - Vocals 
Yvan Cassar - Symphonic Orchestra Musical Arrangements 
Frederic Sanchez - Sound Illustrator 
Cairo Opera Symphonic Orchestra - Conducted by Dr. Moustafa Nagui 
Cairo Opera House Choir - conducted by Aldo Magnato 
National Arabic Ensemble - conducted by Nasredine Dalil 
National Folkloric Music Troupe 
El Nil Folkloric Music Troupe 
Aswan Folkloric Music Troupe 

Recorded by; "Joe Garibaldi" 

Originally Recorded on; DAT SONY ES77>TDK 120 DAT-Cassette. 

Recording provided by; "William Tell" 

DISC 1 
01. Prelude Part 1
02. Prelude Part 2 
03. Dream I: The Rock Part 1 
04. Dream I: The Rock Part 2 
05. Dream II: The House 
06. Dream III: The Tree Part 1 
07. Dream III: The Tree Part 2 
08. Dream IV: The Boat 
09. Dream V: The Flesh Part 1 
10. Dream V: The Flesh Part 2: Oxygene 10 
11. Dream VI: The Voice 
12. Dream VII: The Sky Part 1 
13. Dream VII: The Sky Part 2 

DISC 2 
01. Dream VIII Part 1
02. Dream VIII Part 2: New Millenium 
03. Dream VIII Part 3: Tolerance 
04. Dream IX: The Bell 
05. Dream X: The Snow Part 1: Oxygene 4 
06. Dream X: The Snow Part 2 
07. Dream XI: The Blood Part 1: Evolution (aka Revolution) 
08. Dream XI: The Blood Part 2 
09. Dream XII: The Gate Part 1 
10. Dream XII: Part 2 
11. Finale Part 1 
12. Finale Part 2: Rendez-vous II (inc. Laser Harp) 

The Twelve Dreams Of The Sun was a concert held by musician JEAN MICHEL JARRE on the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt starting on December 31, 1999 and carrying overnight to January 1, 2000. 
It was attended by 120,000 people. The concert consisted of two parts, the Main Concert and a Sunrise Concert. The concert cost approximately $9,500,000 and it originated when JEAN MICHEL JARRE was contacted by the Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak with a special project to celebrate the dawn of the new Millennium at the foot of the only remaining monument of the original 7 Wonders of the World - the Great Pyramids.  JARRE's team had developed giant projections to be displayed on the faces of the Great Pyramids, however a heavy cloud of fog made the pyramids almost invisible, so most of the projections were discarded. Parts of the concert were broadcast live on TV stations around the world. 

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