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Jean-Michel Jarre Destination Docklands (1988)

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Jean-Michel Jarre, in concert with his musicians at the London Docklands venue. The guest artists include, guitarist Hank Marvin, vocalists Mireille Pombo and Duke Bakewell, dancer Setsuko ... See full summary »

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Mike Mansfield

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Credited cast:
Duke Bakewell Duke Bakewell ... Muezzin Vocal Solo
Guy Delacroix Guy Delacroix ... Musician
Christine Durand Christine Durand ... Musician
Sylvain Durand Sylvain Durand ... Musician
Kudsi Ergüner Kudsi Ergüner ... Turkish Flute Solo
Michel Geiss Michel Geiss ... Musician
Jo Hammer Jo Hammer ... Musician - Drums
Jean-Michel Jarre ... Keyboards
Dino Lumbroso Dino Lumbroso ... Musician
Hank B. Marvin Hank B. Marvin ... Special Guest Guitarist / Musician
Dominique Perrier Dominique Perrier ... Musician
Andrew Pinnock ... Himself - Andrew Pinnock
Mireille Pombo Mireille Pombo ... Vocal Solo
Princess Diana ... Herself - Guest of Honour
Francis Rimbert Francis Rimbert ... Musician - Keyboards
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Jean-Michel Jarre, in concert with his musicians at the London Docklands venue. The guest artists include, guitarist Hank Marvin, vocalists Mireille Pombo and Duke Bakewell, dancer Setsuko Yamada and Turkish flautist Kudsi Erguner. The show also features The Young Women of Mali Choir and The Newham Academy of Music Choir. Mike Mansfield, "Mr. Cue the Music", directs this dazzling pyrotechnic spectacular with equal energy to Jarre's music, and even the rain, drenching even special guest Princess Diana, makes for a dramatic hour of music and views of Docklands under the incredible fireworks displays. Written by Bryce Payton

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English | French

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The concert was originally planned for 24 September 1988 but because of Newham council's concerns over crowd safety, was almost canceled and re-located. It was eventually split into two concerts which took place on 8 and 9 October 1988. See more »

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