4 Hero ‎– Creating Patterns

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Talkin' Loud ‎– UICR-1016
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1 Conceptions
2 Time
Vocals – Ursula Rucker
3 Golden Solitude
4 Twothesme
5 Another Day
Vocals – Jill Scott
6 Hold It Down
7 Unique
Vocals – Patricia Marxx*
8 Something Nothing
9 Ways Of Thought
10 Eight
11 Twelve Tribes
Vocals – Mark Murphy
12 2-BS-74638
13 Les Fleur
Vocals – Carina Andersson
14 The Day Of The Greys
Vocals – Terry Callier
15 2000 Black
Featuring – Roy Ayers
16 B-Side-Track

Notes

Japanese release of this album with 2 exclusive tracks.
Track 13: Cover version of Les Fleur by Minnie Ripperton

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  • Rights Society: JASRAC

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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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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 7, 2004

I don’t think it would be much of an exaggeration to call <I>Creating Patterns</I> a masterpiece. Because it is -- a masterpiece of electronic jazz. 4 Hero have come so far since their early days as drum ‘n’ bass pioneers that it’s astounding to see their transformation. The opening track, “Conceptions,” sets the standard with its thoughtful and smooth instrumentation. The rhythmic sense is still intact, as evidenced by the careful and complex drumming on “Golden Solitude.” The highlight, for me, is the quiet and truthful “Another Day,” featuring the soft vocals of Jill Scott -- it describes how I feel all the time. The Spanish vocals on “Unique” add a different flair, and the chorus on the hippie anthem “Les Fleur” will lift you to another plane. Terry Callier’s soulfulness on “The Day of the Greys” makes it transcendent. What are you still waiting for?