Monday, October 05, 2009

Jack Is The One Who Gives You The Key To The Wiggily Worm  

"Jack boldly declared: 'Let there be house!' And house music was born."

Larry Heard AKA Mr. Fingers produced this record in 1986. This record was a follow-up to his 1985 release Mystery Of Love. Early in his music career he was in a jazz fusion group with Adonis (whose music also has a similar sound). He later fronted the group Fingers Inc. and started producing tracks under several monikers. His tracks ushered in the deep house sound with an ethereal, serotonin laced groove that can give you a sense of the elation that those dancers felt on the dancefloor of The Warehouse in the mid-80's. This is the instrumental version, the more common version features a Dr. King like sermon about Jack and the origins of house music.

Mr. Fingers - Can You Feel It
(Instrumental)

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8 comments: to “ Jack Is The One Who Gives You The Key To The Wiggily Worm


  • October 6, 2009 at 2:33 AM  

    this is not a 303! its a juno-6 bassline.. drums are 707.


  • October 6, 2009 at 7:26 AM  

    Aaaah, thanks!


  • October 6, 2009 at 12:38 PM  

    is that really a juno 6? I can't even come close to that sound on my juno 60 (which has the same sounds). if anything sh-101? not sure though...


  • October 7, 2009 at 7:36 AM  

    It's not really the instrumental, it's the original.

    http://www.discogs.com/Mr-Fingers-Washing-Machine/master/5309

    The other, with the vocal, is a later version.


  • October 7, 2009 at 8:27 AM  

    Yeah, that is the record I have.


  • October 7, 2009 at 10:30 AM  

    I prefer the Vocal(not The Martin Luther King version),which i only discovered recently on a 3 CD Trax set. Eclectro(South England).


  • October 7, 2009 at 2:07 PM  

    Humm, I am curious to hear it.


  • October 17, 2009 at 6:42 AM  

    The speech is uttered by a man called Chuck Roberts.
    I don't think Larry Heard himself put that speech in, someone else did. According to Heard, Jack is "Just some guy"..
    The "In The Beginning.." monologue appeard first in 1987 on Rhythm Control - "My House" on Catch A Beat Records, which is a brilliant Chicago track.
    Many people thinks "Can You Feel It" is the originator of this speech, but it is not.