4 Hero ‎– Creating Patterns

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Talkin' Loud ‎– 586 057-1
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A1 Conceptions
Bass – Andy HamillCello – Ed Jefferies*Drums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Flute, Tambura, Tabla, Harp [Indian], Bells – Brad Somatik*Producer, Arranged By, Piano – Marc MacSaxophone, Clarinet – Chris BowdenViola – Naomi FairhurstViolin – Howard Gott, Laura WilliamsWritten-By – Mark Clair*
5:36
A2 Time
Bass – Rutledge TurnlundCello – Hilary SkewesDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Flute – Brad Somatik*Producer, Arranged By, Keyboards – Marc MacVibraphone – Roger BeaujolaisViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergWritten-By – Mark Clair*Written-By, Voice [Spoken Word] – Ursula Rucker
4:39
A3 Golden Solitude
Engineer, Tabla – Brad Somatik*Producer, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoVocals – Bembe Segue*Written-By – Dennis McFarlane, K. Phillips*
6:53
B1 Hold It Down
Cello – Hilary SkewesEngineer – Brad Somatik*Handclaps [Claps] – Dego, MAD, Tiny PLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Lady AlmaProducer, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoViola – Becca WareViolin – Krista Caspersz, Sarah ButtonWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane
5:21
B2 Unique
Engineer, Guitar – Brad Somatik*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Patricia Marxx*Piano, Synthesizer, Flute, Percussion – Kaidi TathamProducer, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane, Patricia Marxx*
5:30
B3 Something Nothing
Congas – George DanielEngineer, Guitar – Brad Somatik*Producer, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoVibraphone – Roger BeaujolaisVocals – Face, Lady AlmaWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane
2:37
C1 Twothesme
Cello – SeijiDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Bass – Brad Somatik*French Horn – Richard SteggallKeyboards – Pavel KostiukProducer, Arranged By, Drum Programming – DegoSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane
6:01
C2 Blank Cells
Drums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Congas, Bass – Brad Somatik*Percussion – George DanielProducer, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Bass – Marc MacSaxophone, Flute – Nathan HainesWritten-By – Mark Clair*
4:59
C3 Eight
Cello – Gay-Yee WesterhoffEngineer – Brad Somatik*Flute – Kaidi TathamProducer, Arranged By, Bass, Drum Programming – DegoSynthesizer – Pavel KostiukViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane
5:40
D1 Another Day
Arranged By, Engineer, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Piano – Brad Somatik*Bass – Andy HamillCello – Rebecca CarringtonDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer – Vidal DavisLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jill ScottProducer, Arranged By, Guitar, Drum Programming, Synthesizer [Moog], Percussion – Marc MacSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellTrumpet – Nick EtwellViola – Becca WareViolin – Ingrid Button, Sarah ButtonVocals [Additional] – Valvin RoaneWritten-By – B. Munn*, Jill Scott, Mark Clair*
4:57
D2 Ways Of Thought
Bass – Andy HamillCello – Hilary SkewesDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Congas – Brad Somatik*French Horn – Richard SteggallLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – FaceProducer, Arranged By, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer [Moog] – Marc MacSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergWritten-By – Face V. Walsh*, Mark Clair*
4:28
E1 2-bs-74638
Drums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer – Brad Somatik*Producer, Arranged By, Keyboards – DegoWritten-By – Dennis McFarlane
3:58
E2 2000 Black
Bass – Marc MacDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Keyboards, Congas – Brad Somatik*Lead Vocals, Vibraphone – Roy AyersPercussion – Dego, Luke Parkhouse, Marc MacProducer, Arranged By, Bass – DegoSaxophone, Vocals [Additional] – Ray GaskinsVocals [Additional] – Bembe Segue*Written-By – Carl Clay, Wayne Garfield
5:07
F1 Les Fleur
Backing Vocals – Hazel Fernandes*, Valerie Etienne, Vanessa FreemanBass – Andy HamillCello – Chris Worsey, Helen ThomasCongas – George DanielDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Arranged By, Guitar, Glockenspiel, Percussion – Brad Somatik*French Horn – Matthew GunnerLead Vocals – Carina AnderssonProducer, Arranged By, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Percussion – Marc MacTrombone – Dave LiddellTrumpet – Nick Etwell, Robert SamuelViola – Becca Ware, Raquel MassadasViolin [1] – Ingrid Button, Krista Caspersz, Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergViolin [2] – Brigid Button, Cliodhna Ryan, Jo Archard, Matthew Ward (3)Written-By – Charles Stepney, Richard Rudolph
6:04
F2 Twelve Tribes (Instrumental)
Bass – Andy HamillCello – Hilary SkewesDrums – Luke ParkhouseEngineer, Arranged By, Keyboards, Harp [Indian], Flute, Tambura, Percussion – Brad Somatik*Percussion [African Rhythms] – G Moist, MAD, MG (7), Marc Mac, Brad*Producer, Arranged By, Keyboards, Percussion [Mbira], Percussion – Marc MacSaxophone – Aleko (3)Viola – Becca WareViolin – Ingrid Button, Sarah ButtonVocals [Effects] – Mark MurphyWritten-By – B. Munn*, Marc Mac, Mark Murphy
6:06

Notes

Track F1: Cover version of Minnie Riperton's "Les Fleur".

BPM are not present on the record.
BPM:
A1: 77/144 | A2: 168 | A3: 136-138
B1: 120 | B2: 126-129 | B3: 115
C1: 124 | C2: 103 | C3: 120
D1: 148-152 | D2: 128-132
E1: 103 | E2: 93
F1: 77 | F2: 130

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
586 212-2 4 Hero Creating Patterns(CD, Album) Talkin' Loud 586 212-2 UK 2001 Sell This Version
none 4hero* Creating Patterns(15xFile, AAC, 256) Talkin' Loud none UK Unknown
9840571 4 Hero Creating Patterns(CD, Album, RE, RM) Talkin' Loud Classics 9840571 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
TLD9 4 Hero Creating Patterns - Exclusive Album Promo(CD, Promo) Talkin' Loud TLD9 UK 2001 Sell This Version
586 212-4 4 Hero Creating Patterns(Cass, Album) Talkin' Loud 586 212-4 Thailand 2001 Sell This Version

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telwin5000

telwin5000

July 13, 2009
edited over 5 years ago

Nice to see that this LP is fetching some decent prices because thats about the only thing positive i can say about it. I used to love 4 Hero, and a big part of the problem was of course from where they started, right at top, so the only way was down really, or up, up there own ass holes as this album proves. Then again they are keeping dreadful company with mr Giles and Co at talkin loud, i'd say more chin stroking around at studio these days than anything else. I really wanted to like this album, but every song, thats Every song is just plain weak, the female vocalist is dreadfull. 4 hero, i suppose now that i think about it they always threatened to go this way, how the mighty have fallen.