- Oxygene Part I [7:40]
- Oxygene Part II [8:09]
- Oxygene Part III [2:55]
- Oxygene Part IV [4:15]
- Oxygene Part V [10:24]
- Oxygene Part VI [6:21]
Released: 1976 By Dreyfuss
2 in stock
Kees Aerts / Groove Unlimited –
What can I say? This is a *MUST HAVE* in every collection! Even 23 years later I still play and love this music.
1999. Kees Aerts / Groove Unlimited
Joe McGlinchey –
Jean Michel Jarre is the son of the great film composer Maurice Jarre. After releasing work in films, theatre, and commercials, it was Oxygene that would prove to be his breakthrough, an unprecedented success for French popular music in the 1970s. Riding the heat of the era where progressive music thrived, it reached #2 on the British charts at the time of its release, and has since gone on to sell more than 15 million copies internationally. Jarre‘s keyboard weaponry consists of ARP, EMI synthi AKS, VCS3, and RMI Harmonic synthesizers, Mellotron, Farfisa and Eminent organs, as well as a credited Rhythmin’ computer” (i.e.
The Cosmic Frequencies / USA –
This is the album I heard back in 1982 that changed my taste in music, It was the last half of part 5, Thanks Jarre For all the years of electronic music collecting from hearing this release.
2007. The Cosmic Frequencies / USA