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Scott Fisher

by Scott Fisher

Heartfelt groove oriented piano/pop
Genre: Rock: Ska
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introduction
1:30 $0.99
2. Nothing
3:33 $0.99
3. For Today
3:34 $0.99
4. Chemicals
2:20 $0.99
5. Struggle
3:54 $0.99
6. Humility
2:55 $0.99
7. Tragedy Untold
4:10 $0.99
8. Feel
3:01 $0.99
9. Fleeing Towards Creation
4:29 $0.99
10. Interlude
1:49 $0.99
11. Crisis
4:14 $0.99
12. All I see
4:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
Scott Fisher plays concise piano/pop that's a combination of Ben Fods, Dave Mathews and a little bit of Thelonious Monk. And it doesn't hurt that the man can play piano frighteningly well....
-The Oregonian

Portland, Oregon-bred piano-pop purveyor Scott Fisher is a striking talent as evidenced by this impressive eponymous set. "Nothing," the disc's opener, is a biting, mournful number that has the allure of Keane and the boldness of Ben Folds. If Fisher frequently draws comparisons to the latter it may only be because so few folks do the attitudinal piano thing this well, but his knack for songcraft is abundant and clear on keepers like "Humility" and "Tragedy Untold." Aside from having able pipes, Fisher is quite imaginative as he bounces from a Spoon-like thumper called "Chemicals" to a jazzy, ska-inflected rant "Struggle" with ease. Even if he's showing off on the heart-gushing "Interlude," he's insanely skilled. Fans of keyboard pop from Joe Jackson to Folds to Five for Fighting will not be disappointed.
Review by John D. Luerssen
-Allmusic AMG pick

Combining keyboard-driven songs with a committed vocal presentation, Scott Fisher comes across as a spirited piano man for the new millennium. Alternating his vibrant tenor with a high-pitched falsetto similar to Coldplay's Chris Martin, Fisher's magnetic voice and keyboard work serve as the highlight of his material.
- Music Connection



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I bought this album after hearing some songs on I LOVE IT! It is in the top 3 of all my cd's and I don't see that changing anytime soon. Scott Fisher knows what he is doing...his versatile, soulful sound and heartfelt melodies stick in my head for days! Keep it up, Scott, you are amazing!!!

Vicky Labuguen

Blown away by the quality and sound of this group!
Just saw the Scott Fisher Band live at McMenamins. It was the first time hearing them and I was immediately drawn to their sound and presence. There's not a bad song on this album and the lyrics are catchy and heartfelt. Scott Fisher's abilities are inspiring and the mix of talent among them works well together!

kyle kneebone

wonderful cd! I really enjoy it!!!!
This cd is full of great sounds!!! I really enjoy listening to it!!!

Jennifer Cross

Running to Scott Fisher was AWESOME!
I ran to Scott Fisher and his band on mile 16 of the San Diego Rock 'n' Roll Marathon. The upbeat tempo of their music and intelligent lyrics helped me push all the way to mile 26.2! Thanks, Scott!


Definitly in my top 10
I saw Scott in concert here in Portland and was blown away. I just HAD to get his CD. I have not been dissapointed at all. He is so amazingly talented, and the CD production is so well done. This CD would definitly fall in my top ten favorites.


great potential
the music had a great developed sound. although the lyrics were somewhat lacking, the songs were very catchy and i often found myself singing them in my head.