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Mr. Fingers

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Album Review

Heard's solo debut (of a sort) blends essential club tracks like "Closer," "On My Way" and "What About This Love" with material more in keeping with his producer mentality and rock background. Selections like "On a Corner Called Jazz," "Waves Against the Shore" and "We Can Work It Out" provide Heard with a chance to stretch out into intriguing jazzy house. The differences between individual tracks are somewhat slight, and most of the album clocks in at an easy-going mid-tempo gait. While it's a bit over-polished, and there are a few too many vocal tracks (delivered in essentially the same style), Introduction is a fine album.

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

While Larry Heard produced dozens of classic Chicago vocal tracks with the trio Fingers Inc., he reserved Mr. Fingers as a pseudonym for his solo career. During the mid-to-late-'80s, Heard alternated Mr. Fingers EPs — over-stocked with classics like "Mystery of Love," "Can You Feel It?" and "Washing Machine" — with the more commercially substantial recordings of Fingers Inc. By 1988 however, the group had split; after working on production with Kym Mazelle, Lil Louis and Ricky Dillard...
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  • 7,99 €
  • Genres: Dance, Music, House
  • Released: 23 June 1992

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