Fingers - Cerebral Hemispheres Larry Heard is one of the best to ever do it. He's been making classics since the mid-'80s, hand-playing the bassline on "Mystery Of Love" soon after he acquired some basic kit. His musical innovations elevated Chicago house to an art form and imbued dance music with a sense of deepness that audiences and producers alike remain fixated on more than three decades later. A Mr. Fingers album that fails to deliver a handful of new classics would naturally feel like a disappointment. Some may feel that way about the vocal tracks, which take their time to settle into themselves. The LP opens with "Full Moon"'s deep, loping groove, overlaid with Heard's own vocals, which succeed to varying degrees across the LP.
Larry Heard has released his new album as Mr. Fingers titled Cerebral Hemispheres. Making fans wait for almost 25 years, he has indulged us with plenty of material after all that time with an album that clocks in at over 100 minutes. Listeners have started to digest the lengthy piece of piece over the past week when it was premiered on NPR last Friday, but there is still a lot to take in. Mr. Fingers brings together soul, jazz, Caribbean and South American rhythms with old school Chicago house. He molds it all together into a fresh sound that works on his new 18-track record.
Cerebral Hemispheres’ is his first full length album as Mr. Fingers in almost 25 years. Famous as one of the most important heads in the dance music around the world, Larry has enjoyed a successful career as a producer, remixer, collaborator, vocalist and DJ spanning 35 years. Due for release on his own imprint Alleviated Records, ‘Cerebral Hemispheres’ features 14 new pieces of music that allows the listener to fully immerse themselves and dig deep into Larry’s musical world.
Artists Mr. Fingers Cerebral Hemispheres. Cerebral Hemispheres Mr. Fingers. Cerebral Hemispheres. This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Cerebral Hemispheres.
Cerebral Hemispheres - EP (Remixes) Mr. Listen on Apple Music. Fingers EP. 1987. Can You Feel It - EP. 1998. Technical Ecstacy - EP. 2004. Can You Feel It - Single.
It's a fact that both cerebral hemispheres are motivated by the evocative, deep house rhythms of Larry Heard, which, after all these years, still exhale that unique elegance that made me fall in love with them from the very first time. 77. You've loved Mr. Fingers since the 80's whether you know it or not. 1y. dubbyoscar.
In celebration of Mr Fingers return to the album format, we caught up with Heard over Skype to hear more about the LP and his pragmatic approach to music and life while he was taking some time off of yard chores at his home in Memphis, Tennessee. Noisey: You’re traveling all around the world these days. Mr Fingers' Cerebral Hemispheres is out April 13 on Alleviated Records. David Garber is a writer and DJ based in New York. You can follow him on Twitter.
September 17, 2018 In News. It features remixes of material from his recent album Cerebral Hemispheres. House pioneer Mr. Fingers, AKA Larry Heard, will release a three-part series of remix EPs via Alleviated Records. Read next: 10 essential Larry Heard records. A variety of producers have contributed remixes of tracks from his first album in 24 years Cerebral Hemispheres, which was released in April. The first in the series features Call Super and Duplex’s reinterpretations of ‘Crying Over You’, as well as Rodaidh McDonald’s version of ‘Praise To The Vibes’
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