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Engineer [Assistant] – Philippe CussetEngineer [Sound] – Henri Loustau
Guitar – Hank MarvinSynthesizer [Fairlight CMI] – Sylvain Durand
Drum Programming, Percussion – Jean-Michel JarreEffects [Special Effects] – François Kervorkian*Engineer [Sound] – Claude ErmelinNey [Turkish Flute] – Kudsi ErgunerRecorded By [Muezzin Chant From Turkey] – Xavier BellengerVocals [Computer] – Jean-Michel Jarre, Michel Geiss
Drum Programming, Percussion – Jean-Michel JarreEngineer [Assistant] – Philippe CussetEngineer [Sound] – Henri LoustauTrumpet, Effects [Megaphone] – Jun Miyake
Choir – Female Choir From MaliChorus [Vocal] – Mireille PomboDirected By [Female Choir From Mali Direction] – Sori Bamba*Drum Programming, Percussion – Jean-Michel Jarre
- Art Direction – Mark Fisher (5)
- Bass – Guy DeLacroix
- Choir – The Bruno Rossignol Choir (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
- Composed By, Producer – Jean-Michel Jarre
- Design – 4i Collaboration
- Directed By [Choir Direction] – Bruno Rossignol (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
- Directed By [Musical Director For Choir Recordings] – Sylvain Durand
- Drums, Synthesizer [Simmons SDX, Dynacord ADDI] – Jo Hammer*
- Engineer [Outdoor Recordings], Other [Ethnic Musical Advisor] – Xavier Bellenger
- Engineer [Sound] – Denis Vanzetto
- Musical Assistance [Artistic Collaboration] – Dominique Perrier, Michel Geiss
- Photography By – Oliviero Toscani (2)
- Programmed By [Additional Synthesizer Programming] – Francis Rimbert
- Synthesizer [ARP 2600, Kawai K5, Geiss Matrisequencer, Cavagnolo MIDY 20, Elka AMK 800] – Michel Geiss
- Synthesizer [Emulator, Fairlight, Ensoniq ESQI, Roland D-50, Roland D550, Synthex, Oscar], Programmed By [Akai MPC-60] – Dominique Perrier
- Synthesizer [Roland D-50, Fairlight CMI II, III, Synthex, AKS, Oscar, EMS Vocoder, Dynacord ADDI, Akai MPC-60], Idiophone [Cristal Baschet] – Jean-Michel Jarre
- Technician [Technical Assistance] – Patrick Pelamourgues
This record is dedicated to all the children of the revolution;
To the children of the industrial revolution,
To those of the 1960's and the computer age,
To the children of emigrants,
And to those of Dulcie September.
'September': A tribute to Dulcie September, one of the many South
African victims dedicated to the fight against apartheid. She was
assassinated in Paris on 29th March 1988.
There will only ever be one revolution - The revolution that
the children carry within them.
'Revolutions': Computer voice designed by Street Electronics, California.
Ney (Turkish Flute): Used for Sufi rituals and Whirling Dervishes.
Cristal Baschet: Designed by Bernard Baschet and François Baschet.
Recorded and mixed at Croissy Studio, France.
Recorded and mixed on Studer A820 Dolby SR.
'Ouverture' and 'Tokyo Kid' mixed at Guillaume Tell Studio, Paris.
'Revolutions' mixed at Studio Davout, Paris.
Hank Marvin appears with special courtesy of Polydor Ltd. (UK).
Published by Francis Dreyfus Music
℗ 1988 Disques Dreyfus, Paris
© 1988 Disques Dreyfus, Paris
Printed in West Germany
Made in West Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 42283 70981 2
- Barcode (String): 042283709812
- Other (Y within square on back): [Y]
- Label Code: LC 0309
- Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 837 098 - 1 S 1 = 2 320 4
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 837 098 - 1 S 2 = 3 320 1
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|837 421-1||Jean-Michel Jarre||Révolutions (LP, Album)||Disques Dreyfus||837 421-1||France||1988||Sell This Version|
|837 098-2||Jean-Michel Jarre||Revolutions (CD, Album)||Polydor||837 098-2||Brazil||1988||Sell This Version|
|837 421-4||Jean-Michel Jarre||Revolutions (Cass, Album)||Disques Dreyfus||837 421-4||France||1988||Sell This Version|
|837 098-2||Jean-Michel Jarre||Revolutions (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Polydor (2), Disques Dreyfus (2)||837 098-2||Russia||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|837 098-4||Jean-Michel Jarre||Revolutions (Cass, Album)||Polydor||837 098-4||Netherlands||1988||Sell This Version|