Jean Michel Jarre - Industrial Revolution Part 3

One of the definitions of the word "Revolutions" is that it is a change of ideals and practices, this should always be in the forefront of your mind when listening to the album because it not only describes the albums musical story, it describes the story of the musical change made by jmj from light hits such as oxygene/equinox to revolution.

There are two versions of the album, each containing a different version of the track "Revolutions". On the original release, the introduction to the tune is played on a Turkish flute, whereas the later reissue of the album uses an Arabian string orchestra for the introduction. This version also has a different vocal accompaniment, as sung by an Arabian vocalist.[citation needed] "Revolutions" contains reworked samples of an unpublished composition by Turkish Kudsi Erguner, which Jarre had acquired from ethnologist Xavier Bellenger. Erguner took his case to court and won a modest indemnity. Jarre removed the ney flute part from new releases of the record and from live performances.

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