Mr. Fingers ‎– Back To Love

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Angel Eyes
Never Take Your Place
I Need You
Back To Love
Love's Guaranteed
Mystical People
Share My Love
I Care
Sweet Wine
Show Me
Teasing
I've Fallen (Under A Spell)
Caress

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BMI 022 CD Mr. Fingers Back To Love(CD, Album) Black Market International BMI 022 CD UK 1994 Sell This Version
PCCY-00611 Mr. Fingers Back To Love(CD, Album) Canyon International PCCY-00611 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
BMI 022 LP Mr. Fingers Back To Love(LP, Album) Black Market International BMI 022 LP UK 1994 Sell This Version
BMI 022 Mr. Fingers Back To Love(LP, Album, W/Lbl, Promo) Black Market International BMI 022 UK 1994 Sell This Version

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unprogrammedminds

unprogrammedminds

September 13, 2017
referencing Back To Love, CD, Album, BMI 022 CD
Repeated listens reveal this release to be just slightly below the virtually perfect Introduction. There's a warm, almost tropical sensuality to the music. Sure, there are markers of mid '90s production tropes (some of the breaks used; over earnest keys on certain cuts) but that doesn't take away from the otherwise timelessness of the music. It's a shame MCA didn't opt to release this b/c this definitely deserved a US release and the exposure that could have ensued.
STEFAN_BANACH

STEFAN_BANACH

April 28, 2016
referencing Back To Love, CD, Album, BMI 022 CD
choirs in " I need You" track are killing me !!!! Larry the King Heard !!!!!
Theeboon

Theeboon

November 12, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Back To Love, CD, Album, BMI 022 CD
The music here is typical early '90s deep house much in the same vein as Larry Heard's previous album 'Introduction'. It may sound dated to some, but not in a bad way because the music is continually interesting, as we expect from Mr. Fingers. Personally I (still) love this warm, analogue sound.
_jules

_jules

September 22, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Back To Love, CD, Album, BMI 022 CD
found this by chance in the bargain bin in a thrift store.

this actually left me quite dumbfounded as to how dated the production sounds: maybe the artwork should have been a hint (mr heard looking quite like an ex-boy band member on the cover his first serious release) cause it disturbingly sounds a lot like what you would expect from Take That or Gary Barlow or George Michael on lush downtempo mode... or some babyface type r&b from the early 90s

weird to say the least, and surprisingly dated from a name who created timeless pieces of house music