Fingers Inc* Featuring Chuck Roberts ‎– Can You Feel It

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Desire Records ‎– WANTX 6
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Fingers Inc* Featuring Chuck Roberts Can You Feel It
Mixed By – Richards*, Wilkinson*, SextonProducer [Produced By] – Fingers Inc*Written-By – Chuck Roberts, Larry Heard
B Chuck Roberts My House (Acappella)
Written-By, Producer [Produced By] – Chuck Roberts

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Notes

C + P 1988 Desire Records Ltd
Published by Leosong + Fiction Songs Ltd (track A)
Published by Fiction Songs Ltd (track B)
Made in England

The “Can You Feel It” shout sample on ‘Can You Feel It’ is taken from ‘Can You Feel It’ (Live Version) performed by The Jacksons.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN, GTIN-13): 5017693120064
  • Barcode (Text, EAN-13, HRI): 5 017693 120064
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, variant 1): WANT 6 A - Q B - MT LYN 21738
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, variant 1): WANTX 6 B-1 2 - MT L21739
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, variant 2): WANT X 6 A - Q (horizontal 1 or I) MT LYN 21738 S
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, variant 2): WANTX 6 B-1 Ⅰ (horizontal 1 or I) MT L21739

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kode

kode

June 26, 2012
FYI I mixed both A & B sides 'live' for the studio recordings on Technics using clean vinyl from my collection. I was working for Desire as A&R at the time & got them to licence the Chuck Roberts track & Fingers Inc to have this project released. Before that i was mixing the tracks live in my DJ sets - Eddie Richards
soulkings

soulkings

December 24, 2010
edited over 3 years ago

One last thing to say about the quality of the Jack Trax vs. the Desire Records releases:

I was in a record shop the other day (in Manchester) and found both versions in excellent condition. Instinctively I wanted to take the picture cover version which was also 5 pound cheaper then the Desire Records version.
Having had a listen, I choose the Desire version, because the sound quality was far superior to the Jack Trax release, more punch simply better sounding.
siman91

siman91

February 14, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

This is a great release but I must correct Clarkee, the original vocal from Chuck Roberts was lifted from the much rarer, much better and much more expensive Rhythm Controll, My House on Catch A Beat Records. So far as the Jack Trax release, this has the much better and again rarer (although not quite so rare following various bootlegs) Robert Owens vocal in place of Chuck Roberts. This also includes the simply moving and amazing mlk speech over the fingers inc loop (accapella) which is worth good money on it own.

Well worth picking up. Prices are rising back to historic levels (used to sell £50 for a good one) of about 10 years ago when this was a truely in demand record.
clarkee

clarkee

March 30, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

For those of you not lucky enough to get the release on Jack Trax or old enough to know where that "In the Beginning there was Jack and Jack had a groove..." sample came from, then this release is a MUST OWN. Running in a close second to Your love by Frankie Knuckles as one of the most beautifull, soulfull, uplifting and seminal pieces of dance music. Do not bother with soundclips, do not worry about sleeve conditions, just get it where-ever you can, close your eyes, listen and drift off into the feeling of when you first discovered House music. Can we invent a 6 out of 5 rating Please!!!!!!!!!