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At the turn of the millennium, he recorded Metamorphoses and then took a break from the studio as a flurry of reissues and remixes followed, including SessionsLes Granges Brulees, and Odyssey Through O2. The follow-up, 's Equinoxe, was also a smash, and a year later Jarre held the first in a series of massive open-air concerts at the Place de la Concorde in Paris, the estimated one million spectators on hand earning him a place in The Guinness Book of World Records.

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Rendez-Vous appeared a few weeks later, and after another highly visual live date in Lyon, France, Jarre assembled the best material from the two events as the concert LP Cities in Concert: Jarre's next proper release was 's Zoolook, which failed to connect with audiences with the same success as its predecessors.

After 's En Attendant Cousteau Waiting for CousteauJarre mounted his biggest live experience yet, with an attendance of over two and a half million fans converging on Paris to see him perform in honor of Bastille Day. Marvin, followed inand a year later a third concert LP, dubbed simply Jarre Live, hit stores.

Jarre's early works were largely unsuccessful, and gave little indication of the work to follow. He released the albums Electronica, Vol. Revolutions, featuring legendary Shadows guitarist Hank B.

Inafter a seven-year hiatus from recording, Jarre released a new dance single, "Teo and Tea," a surprisingly strong return to electro, and followed it with a trancey, angular album also titled Teo and Tea.

The master was then incinerated, guaranteeing the record's rarity.

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His early experiments in electro-acoustic music yielded the single "La Cage"; the full-length Deserted Palace followed a year later.

The son of famed film composer Maurice Jarre, he was born August 24,in Lyon, France, and began studying piano at the age of five. A two-year hiatus followed before he resurfaced on April 5,with an extravagant live performance in Houston celebrating NASA's silver anniversary; in addition to the over one million in attendance, it was also broadcast on global television.