Jaap Vink ‎– Jaap Vink

Label:
Recollection GRM ‎– REGRM 018 EXT, Editions Mego ‎– REGRM 018 EXT, INA-GRM ‎– REGRM 018 EXT
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Compilation, Remastered
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Tracklist

A1 En Dehors (1980–1985) 11:54
A2 Objets Distants (1970) 12:45
B1 Stroma (1982) 12:16
B2 Granule (1970) 9:30
C1 Residuals (1971) 16:16
C2 Screen (1968) 7:38
D1 Tide 85 (1985) 17:35

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Notes

Side A, C and D play at 45 RPM and side B plays at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 5 050580 668027
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): REGRM 18 A1 45 rpm
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): REGRM 18 B3 33⅓ rpm
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): REGRM 18 C2 45 rpm
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): REGRM 18 D1 45 rpm

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REGRM 018 EXT Jaap Vink Jaap Vink(7xFile, MP3, 320) Recollection GRM, Editions Mego REGRM 018 EXT France 2017

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adamcsenger

adamcsenger

August 22, 2019
Don’t expect typical electroacoustic music with this release: instead, the pieces it compiles are similar to Roland Kayn’s cybernetic music, meaning constantly flowing masses of continuously morphing electronic sound, often with a dark and alien atmosphere. Vink worked with Kayn for a while, so the similarity is not surprising. His music, however, was not made the same way as Kayn’s: while Kayn produced his cybernetic music by programming networks of electronic equipment and not interfering with the compositional process after starting the program, Vink improvised in the studio and then worked these recordings into final pieces.

In my opinion Kayn’s cybernetic works have more depth, power and variety than Vink’s music, but that’s not to say this double LP isn’t very good! I’d love to see more releases by Vink, assuming he made more music than what’s featured here, of course.

About the pressing: I cleaned my copy before playing it, and track 1 on side A still has some flaws, but it’s nothing really serious. The rest of the album is nearly completely free of clicks and pops.
sea_urchin

sea_urchin

August 15, 2018

Another poor quality pressing from this label with scratches on 2 sides. This music and the composers deserve better!
connect_icut

connect_icut

July 20, 2017
A bit of research shows that these are the correct playing speeds and running times, so it certainly was an "interesting" decision to cut three of the sides at 45. Maybe it was possible because the original masters had a relatively restricted frequency range but that's speculation.
connect_icut

connect_icut

July 20, 2017
The run-out grooves say sides A, B and C play at 45 but there's no way the track lengths listed would fit at that speed, so I assume it's a mistake.
schlechtetage

schlechtetage

May 28, 2017
I'd like to know why it was cut at 45. Seems like a strange decision to me.
devrobot

devrobot

May 25, 2017

Would have been better on CD. This is my third and final release from this label I will buy. They've all been lousy pressings.
bleepblokebob

bleepblokebob

May 24, 2017
How's our pressings on this? Noticed it took three test pressings on side A alone.