Equinoxe (studio album, 1978)

Equinoxe
Studio album
Publication 1978
Recording January-August 1978
Length 38:53
Producer Jean Michel Jarre
Label Disques Dreyfus
Notes: For this album, Michel Geiss designed the Matrisequencer, a unique device of electronic music machine.

Equinoxe is a great follow-up to Oxygène. The theme of Equinoxe, as Jean Michel jarre describes it, is to tell the story of a journey from dawn to dawn. The album is cut up into eight parts, and the section between 5 and 7 could be described as a whole evolving track, driven by powerful basses and twisted sequence programming.

This album is regularly observed as the Jean Michel Jarres’ fans favorite one, lifting layers of smooth synth Oxygène to cutting-edge rythms.

  1. “Équinoxe Part 1” – 2:25
  2. “Équinoxe Part 2” – 5:00
  3. “Équinoxe Part 3” – 5:09
  4. “Équinoxe Part 4” – 6:54
  5. “Équinoxe Part 5” – 3:47
  6. “Équinoxe Part 6” – 3:28
  7. “Équinoxe Part 7” – 7:06
  8. “Équinoxe Part 8” – 4:57
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