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Morgan Fisher

Morgan Fisher
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England
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Morgan Fisher (born 1 January 1950, Mayfair, London) is an English keyboard player and composer, and is most known as a member of Mott the Hoople in the early 70s. However, his career has covered a wide range of musical activities, and he is still active in the music industry. In recent years he has expanded into photography.
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http://morgan-fisher.com
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Releases on file (9)
Dave Sinclair — Stream Dave Sinclair — Stream
(Crescent CRSCNT 002, 2011, CD)
Delta Saxophone Quartet — Dedicated to You... But You Weren't Listening Delta Saxophone Quartet — Dedicated to You... But You Weren't Listening
(Moonjune MJR017, 2007, CD)
Jane Siberry — City Jane Siberry — City
(Sheeba Records SHE010, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Miniatures 2 Various Artists — Miniatures 2
(Cherry Red CD BRED 165, 2000, CD)
Morgan Fisher — Seasons / Look at Life Morgan Fisher — Seasons / Look at Life
(Voiceprint VP290CD, 1985/2004, CD)
Morgan Fisher — Hybrid Kids 2: Claws Morgan Fisher — Hybrid Kids 2: Claws
(Blueprint BP-273-CD, 1982/1997, CD)
Various Artists — Miniatures (A Sequence of Fifty-One Tiny Masterpieces Edited by Morgan-Fisher) Various Artists — Miniatures (A Sequence of Fifty-One Tiny Masterpieces Edited by Morgan-Fisher)
(Blueprint BP159CD, 1980/1994, CD)
Lol Coxhill / Morgan Fisher — Slow Music Lol Coxhill / Morgan Fisher — Slow Music
(Cherry Red CDMRED537, 1980/2012, CD)
Morgan Fisher — Hybrid Kids: A Collection of Classic Mutants Morgan Fisher — Hybrid Kids: A Collection of Classic Mutants
(Blueprint BP-262-CD, 1979/1997, CD)

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2020-01-12
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2020-01-12
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