Jean Michel Jarre - Space of Freedom 2005 (Full Concert)

Live From Gdańsk (Koncert w Stoczni) (pol. "Shipyard Concert", referring to Gdańsk Shipyard) is a live album by Jean Michel Jarre, released in 2005, exclusively in Poland. It contains selected songs performed during Jarre's Space of Freedom concert in Gdańsk, Poland, on August 26, 2005, commemoraiting twenty-five years of the Solidarity movement .

Jean Michel Jarre performed together with Polish Baltic Philharmonic and Gdańsk University Choir.

Apart from his own works, the album also features Jarre's electronic-style interpretation of Polish protest song "Mury", written by Jacek Kaczmarski in 1978, to the melody of "L'estaca" by Lluís Llach.

Track listing

* "Shipyard Overture" (originally "Industrial Revolution: Overture")
* "Oxygene 2" (with a new flute intro titled "Suite for Flute")
* "Chopin Memories" (new composition)
* "Aero"
* "Oxygene 4"
* "Souvenir" (originally "Souvenir of China")
* "Space of Freedom" (originally "March 23")
* "Chronology 2" (with a new Theremin intro titled "Theremin Memories")
* "Mury" (lit. "Walls") (composed by Jacek Kaczmarski)
* "Chronology 6"
* "Oxygene 8"
* "Light My Sky" (originally "Tout Est Bleu", new lyrics)
* "Tribute to Pope John Paul II" (originally "Akropolis")
* "Rendez-Vous 2" (version from the "Once upon a Time" performance, dedicated to Pope John Paul II)
* "Summer-Presto" (from The Four Seasons, composed by Vivaldi)
* "Oxygene 12"
* "Rendez-Vous 4"
* "Solidarność" (originally "Oxygène 13", dedicated to the workers at the shipyard)
* "Aerology Remix" (encore)


* Jean Michel Jarre (keyboards, mixing desk, laser harp, theremin, vocals)
* Francis Rimbert (keyboards, electronic percussions)
* Claude Samard (keyboards, guitars, musical coordinator)
* Patrick Rondat (electric guitar on "Chronology 2" and Vivaldi "Summer Presto")
* Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra
* Gdansk University Choir.

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