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    Jan Jelinek, Sarah Morris (2)ICE Compositions / Miami

    Jan Jelinek - ICE Compositions / Miami album cover

    Label:En/Of – EN/OF 004
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Minimal, Experimental

    Tracklist

    A1ICE 695
    A2ICE 897
    B1ICE 897
    B2ICE 594
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    Limited edition of 100, plus 30 a.p.
    Each item comes with an additional artwork:

    Sarah Morris, "Miami", 2002.
    Photo, 25 x 30 cm, 5 different images, each an edition of 20, plus 5 a.p. of each.

    Signed & numbered.

    Tracks #1 & #3 were released before under Jelinek's alter ego - Gramm. Check his "Personal Rock" album.

    Other Versions (2)

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    ICE Compositions / Miami (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered, gatefold)En/OfEN/OF 004Germany2002
    New Submission
    ICE Compositions (4×File, MP3, EP, Reissue, Stereo, 320 kbps)En/OfEN/OF 004Germany2021

    Reviews

    • imoda-pro's avatar
      imoda-pro
      Is B2 a cover or did Moodyman reproduce it?
      • MazaroAnonymous's avatar
        Edited 10 years ago
        This release was reportedly a 12", but in every digital version I can find, the final track "Ice 594" is either 56 minutes long, or 8 minutes long, with an abrupt and unnatural sounding ending.

        In the 56 minute version, all 56 minutes are occupied by constantly shifting music clearly made by the artist, the genuine article as far as I can tell. The track continues past the 8 minute mark in a natural manner, continuing for awhile with the same musical ideas as found in the first 8 minutes. Yet discogs lists no other version of this piece.

        So, is the version on this 12" a shortened version that has failed to make it onto file sharing networks? And where did this 56 minute track originate from?