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Top positive review. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 August This is the last of three albums used to underpin huge live events, Rendez-vous Houston and Revolutions London being the other two. In contrast, this album, like the two before are much more painting with a broad brush.

However, unlike Revolutions, this a rate more upbeat and joyous affair. With the Steel Band the Amoco Renegades on on board, how could it not be? The album's first half is taken up by Calypso, in three part. The exuberant first part rattles along at a merry pace, before being replaced by a more relaxed mode, reminding of the wide, deep blue oceans, and the Calypso itself cutting through them on its travels, before breaking out into a more, syncopated, second half.

The final part is rather more elegiac, though some might even unkindly say a bit over-wrought in patches. Indeed, in later live performances, JMJ has tied it to his limited memories of his late father. The final piece is the most surprising, and possibly controversial of all.

It was certainly something of a departure, and showed that he was not averse to taking some creative risks. Looking back, this piece is a perfect fit for the subject matter and the mood. Even now it is still used as incidental music before live shows. Unlike some of the other remasters, the job done on this isn't awful. The positioning of parts within the sound stage is not bad, giving things a sense of depth and space.

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  1. Dolmaran says:
    Waiting for Cousteau/En Attendant Cousteau is an album that came at a particularly interesting time in the frenchman's career. This is the last of three albums used to underpin huge live events, Rendez-vous (Houston) and Revolutions (London) being the other two/5(78).
  2. Shaktizilkree says:
    Nov 01,  · I agree - the fourth track, 'Waiting For Cousteau' is brilliant - bought the album when it came out, was a MASSIVE Jarre fan before that, wasn't sure about the album first off, as it was a total direction change from his earlier works, however, 22 years on and i still play it, always head straight to track 4 though! /5().
  3. Grolrajas says:
    Jan 13,  · Waiting for Cousteau/En Attendant Cousteau is an album that came at a particularly interesting time in the frenchman's career. This is the last of three albums used to underpin huge live events, Rendez-vous (Houston) and Revolutions (London) being the other two/5(61).
  4. Voshicage says:
    rows · Watch the video for Waiting for Cousteau from Jean Michel Jarre's En Attendant .
  5. Kigam says:
    Waiting For Cousteau: 'Waiting' (big 'W') on front sleeve, disc design with 'Made in France by PMDC' text Waiting For Cousteau: 'Waiting' (big 'W') on front sleeve, opaque outer ring and transparent inner ring Version with waiting for Cousteau on the front image. Published by J.M. Jarre / .
  6. Zulkikree says:
    The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau has been one of television's most celebrated programs of all time. Jean Michel Jarre, a countryman of Jacques Cousteau's, composed and performed an e-music opus in honor of the oceanographer. En Attendant Cousteau (aka Waiting for Cousteau) is a departure from Jarre's usual format. This disc has three tracks that are longer than his normal tracks.
  7. Tesida says:
    Cousteau produced and starred in many television programs, including the American series The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (–76). Several documentaries were coproduced with his son Philippe, until Philippe’s untimely death in a plane crash in He was awarded the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom in
  8. Kashicage says:
    Waiting for Cousteau/En Attendant Cousteau is an album that came at a particularly interesting time in the frenchman's career. This is the last of three albums used to underpin huge live events, Rendez-vous (Houston) and Revolutions (London) being the other two.

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