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Mr. Fingers - The Complete Can You Feel It album download
Mr. Fingers - The Complete Can You Feel It album download
Performer: Mr. Fingers
Title: The Complete Can You Feel It
Country: UK
Released: 2014
Style: Deep House
Rating: 4.7/5
FLAC size: 1910 mb | MP3 size: 1495 mb | WMA size: 1843 mb
Genre: Electronic

Can You Feel It" is a 1986 house record released by Larry Heard (also known as Mr. Fingers). It is one of the first deep house records. Its seminal impact on deep house has been compared to that of Derrick May's "Strings of Life" (1987) on Detroit techno. The Juno-60 produced the six-note bassline, while the TR-909 produced the drumline. Striking pads were also used.

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Can You Feel It (feat. Mr. Fingers & Robert Owens. Released: Dec 31, 1986.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Can You Feel It (The Original Instr.)
A2 Can You Feel It (Robert Owens Mix)
Vocals – Robert Owens
B1 Can You Feel It (Martin Luther King Mix)
B2 Can You Feel It (Chuck D. Mix)

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Above Board Distribution
  • Pressed By – MPO


  • Written-By – L. Heard*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JTX 20 Fingers Inc. Can You Feel It ‎(12") Jack Trax JTX 20 UK 1988
S12DJ-010 Mr. Fingers Can You Feel It ‎(12") Simply Vinyl (S12) S12DJ-010 UK 2001
JTX 20 Fingers Inc. Can You Feel It ‎(12", MP) Jack Trax JTX 20 UK 1988
WANTX 6 Fingers Inc* Featuring Chuck Roberts Fingers Inc* Featuring Chuck Roberts - Can You Feel It ‎(12", M/Print) Desire Records WANTX 6 UK 1988
YES 001 Mr. Fingers Can You Feel It '99 ‎(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label YES 001 UK 1999

Comments (6)
Shit sound, distorted vocals, pitched ++I don't see the point releasing such bad bootlegs of uber classic recordsPlease leave those wonderfull tracks aloneAVOID AT ALL COST! TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY
Frankly, I don't think that this one is official (or remastered, for that matter), as the tracks vary wildly in sound quality, just as a bootleg collection would. However, I appreciate the effort in compiling an overview over the essential versions of this classic - and looking at the history of Trax Records and especially the business conduct of its label owner, I wouldn't feel too guilty about buying this.
These reissues smell like there is something realy wrong with them. The record stores can be realy naive into selling bootlegs.Look at them, no copyright, no 2014 year, no website or contact information about whos behind these 2014 reissues, one even has the same barcode as the original!!I have a simple method in making the decision about whether these are bootleg or not, IF IT IS NOT OFFICIAL IT IS MOST LIKELY UNOFFICIAL.Now let the shops have there extra income and many naive and young people buy all these uk unofficial pressings and let them be happy for a while enjoying these records.They sound warm, some claim they even sound better as the Original it's like magic has been done, it's like selling shit for chocolat.Good luck, but i stick with the originals i ahve been collecting for 20 years and have a lot of bootlegs seen passing, if they don't have the right information and they copy the artwork of the Original without updating the text and year you have a illegal copy in your hand. Where are all the same people crying for represses because of the high prices and resellers ask double the Original price, do you want copys of Original records without the artist getting paid, you propably paying a dude with a copy machine and a pressing plant working in a factory laughing his ass off. Oh well LET'S PLAY HOUSE !!
In the past six months lots of hard to find/expensive 80s/90s house 12"s have been repressed in what are claimed to be authorized and remastered versions (e.g. Bassmental, Mood II Swing, William S, Romanthony, Dannel Dixon, The It's Donnie, a number of Ron Trent and Chez Damier titles, etc.) Are these really legit? (Dope Jams website lists them as "European Imports".) Hard to figure out who would be coordinating the licenses and sourcing the master tapes from so many different labels/copyright owners etc. The few I've bought are a great pressings - but def. interested to know if they are bootlegs or not.
Thanks, seems odd that whoever is repressing them - if legit - wouldn't add their label name/website address/"copyright 2014" etc. to the label. (e.g. Harmless who have the rights to the Trax back catalog - and who did the Trax Box CD set - aren't mentioned on any of the recent Trax vinyl represses.) Instead they are all 'facsimiles' of the originals which really suggests that many of them are bootlegs - albeit, nicely mastered/pressed. Seems like the Romanthony ones are through Glasgow Underground, the Da Rebels is through Rush Hour, but most of the others its hard to figure out who is behind them … e.g. the ones originally on Murk, Nite Grooves, KMS, Pheerce Citi, Rhythm Beat, Groove On, etc. etc. … seems like way too many different labels, copyright holders, and original masters to track down for what must be a very small, niche market for the represses?
It's an interesting subject - a record store local to me in the UK told me that a major player had bought up a lot of the rights to certain labels. Certainly the record sounds great. Not sure how I feel about it - but it's a great way of copping some expensive tunes that deserve to be played again.