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Mr Fingers - Cerebral Hemispheres album mp3
Mr Fingers
Cerebral Hemispheres
House, Deep House, Downtempo
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4.9 ★

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’


Full Moon 6:44
City Streets 6:30
Urbane Sunset 6:17
Sands Of Aruba 4:39
Tiger Lounge 4:23
A Day In Portugal 5:28
Sao Paulo 4:56
Crying Over You 5:41
Cerebral Hemispheres 5:40
Electron 6:09
Outer Acid 5:47
Inner Acid 5:30
Spy 4:51
Stratusfly 5:07
Nodyahed 5:56
Qwazars 5:41
Aether 6:14
Praise To The Vibes 4:42


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ML9017CD Mr Fingers* Cerebral Hemispheres ‎(2xCD, Album) Alleviated Records ML9017CD Netherlands 2018
ML-9017 Mr Fingers* Cerebral Hemispheres ‎(18xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Alleviated Records ML-9017 2018
ML-9017 Mr Fingers* Cerebral Hemispheres ‎(3xLP, Album) Alleviated Records ML-9017 Netherlands 2018

  • Nuadador
Bought this record after hearing one track recently (and none of his earlier work) and I'm so pleased I did. It is perfection from start to finish and the record is really nicely pressed; it sounds great all the way through. Now it looks like I've got a bit of a back catalogue to investigate :-)
  • Sardleem
The inventor of deep house returns in style. All sides of his musical personality are represented on this album: gentle jazzy grooves, soulmoving tearjerkers with Larry's signature vocals, futuristic acid, even a reggae'ish groove featuring the legendary Paul St. Hillaire aka Tikiman. Can you feel it?!
  • Miromice
An unbelievable LP. In an era where the supply of music is endless, take some time to soak in this music multiple times.
  • Jube
He is just getting better and better with age. Might be the deepest album so far. Transcends his medium
  • Lyrtois
Love this album! Larry never seems to let me down. His loving craftsmanship is fully evident here, as with all his work. Don't care for "Praise" though.
  • Burgas
I can see how folks wouldn't like it, but there is something about vocal rhythm and the slight melancholy of lyrics that brings it home for me. It moves me the may great house music can. I think the alternative mix on the 12" elevates it even further. And the mastering...beautiful. What an amazing album. What an amazing artist.
  • Vijora
Let's just say the vocal is a bit too "contemporary" for my taste. I feel this way about most "soulful" new house, which is why I usually opt for instrumental stuff.
  • lets go baby
Of all the tracks to go after on this, you picked "Praise To The Vibes". I think its an outstanding house vocal. What don't you like about it?
  • Hasirri
I have total trust in this album. I know I can grab any record from the 3 record set, blindly plop it onto the Technics, and get that perfect 2pm Saturday afternoon vibe that I need. There are no mistakes here.
  • Painbrand
An instant classic for sure. I got the 2 disc cd and am very glad that I did. The majority of the album is very fresh and relaxing. The first disc is very melodic and accessible. Tiger Lounge is a standout track, with guitars as the most prominent instrument and amazing results. Sands of Aruba is another highlight. The majority of the second disc has a more experimental tone before chilling out with Qwazars and Aether, an extremely atmospheric track. This is a really great 2018 release.
  • Siratius
Why would anyone read RA reviews? They have poor journalism and hype oriented articles
  • happy light
I second this! and I will third it too to get to 10 words
  • Moogura
Am I the only one who thinks it's mixed and mastered very clinically? The album is amazing, of course, but I just think it's mixed and mastered a bit unpleasantly. A bit overproduced perhaps.
  • Rivik
It doesn't matter for the quality of the mix as there are merits to both analog and digital. However, all Heard's earlier stuff was very warm, and all the layers were always beautifully clumped together. Here I feel there is more space between the layers, and it's just a bit thin, which is not my taste. :-(
  • Stylish Monkey
Digital/analog matters not. It's all in the mixdown and mastering.
  • Arcanefire
Well it just sounds very digital, thinnish, and exaggerated in the highs. And very tight and clinical in the lows. Probably has to do with that the album is most likely mixed digitally as opposed to on an analog desk, like his older work. His older work all sounds very calming for the ears, while this album is quite “in your face”...
If you fell in love with the vibes on Introduction then you'll fall for this too. With Larry Heard, House is a feeling, not merely a set of signifiers.
  • Arashigore
I can say not his best but don't judge quick either.Sands Of Aruba. It's seriously all about this track. Raw & Instant classic. Albums' best track. Period.Welcome back Larry!
  • Goldendragon
Great comeback album from a legend. Not a single track to miss. 18 tracks, 3 x LP release after 15 yrs of absence of some sort. Each record has unique 6 tracks to it, pressed onto 180g sounds nice and clear. The album switches between laid back alleviated deep tunes to acidic jazzy tracks. A new classic.
  • Grari
I saw that RA review - total nonsense. Anyone who criticizes Larry's work isn't fit to judge our music.Really wishing this would show up for sale on CD. Every venue seems to have it not available yet...
  • Wohald
Everyone is entitled to write constructive criticism if it makes sense in the given context. Anyway, who gives a damn about RA which is just about hype and almost as crap as FACT magazine. :*
  • Cerar
Resident Advisor giving this a 3.3/5 makes the case that RA Is a trash website.
  • Ygglune
And RA just got rid of the "comments" section! They obviously did not like their "critics" being called out for trashing good records.
  • Xurad
Music should be felt by the listener and yes, you can actually write good informative pieces about music still.
  • Dobpota
any sort of Advisor has never been necessary. maybe this is a turning point for some people. Stop reading about music, music should be "written", not "written about"! RA are simply crying for attention with this one, and sadly, they get what they want.. Ignore them, check the album and enjoy the journey.One thing, it could have been 4x12" for higher signal to noise ratio on some tracks, but it still very, very well done by Clone/Rec Ind - quality all the way. an LP that will stay with us for years to come.
  • adventure time
We needed this to know they are absolute trash? ????
  • Marirne
True! You cannot really rely on their reviews. I think that the album is great and special.