Clare Fischer - Surging Ahead album flac
Title: Surging Ahead
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Surging Ahead is the second album by American yboardist Clare Fischer, released in 1963 by Pacific Jazz Records. The Atlanta Daily World's Albert Anderson received Fischer's sophomore outing much as he had the debut: The former arranger for the Hi-Lo's, Fischer has worked quietly behind the jazz scenes until recently, when he waxed his first album. It was a big hit for him. Here, Fischer and the trio play the blues the way they ought to be played - with deep feeling
By: Clare Fischer (1963, Jazz). More albums from Clare Fischer: Machaca by Clare Fischer. First Time Out by Clare Fischer. Salsa Picante by Clare Fischer. Songs For Rainy Day Lovers by Clare Fischer. Alone Together by Clare Fischer. Clare Declares – Pipe Organ by Clare Fischer. Bossa Nova Jazz Samba by Clare Fischer. Manteca! by Clare Fischer. View all albums . Surging Ahead. By: Clare Fischer (1963, Jazz).
Surging Ahead (LP, Album, Mono). 688 133 ZL. Netherlands. Clare Fischer. Surging Ahead (LP, Album, Mono). Surging Ahead (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM). Pacific Jazz.
"Clare Fischer: Surging Ahead". Volume 42, Part 2. p. 458. Retrieved 2015-07-11. Album back cover image at livedoor Blog. 1990 Alaska Air Force season. The 1990 Alaska Air Force season was the 5th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). First Time Out is the debut album by American yboardist Clare Fischer, recorded and released in 1962 by Pacific Jazz Records. Gary Peacock (born May 12, 1935, in Burley, Idaho, United States) is an American jazz double-bassist.
Surging Ahead is a latin jazz music album recording by CLARE FISCHER released in 1963 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
Surging Ahead is the second album by American yboardist Clare Fischer, released in 1963 by Pacific Jazz Records. View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register . Lists.
Douglas Clare Fischer (October 22, 1928 – January 26, 2012) was an American keyboardist, composer, arranger, and bandleader. After graduating from Michigan State University (from which, five decades later, he would receive an honorary doctorate), he became the pianist and arranger for the vocal group the Hi-Lo's in the late 1950s. Fischer went on to work with Donald Byrd and Dizzy Gillespie, and became known for his Latin and bossa nova recordings in the 1960s. The former arranger for the Hi-Lo's, Fischer has worked quietly behind the jazz scenes until recently, when he waxed his first album. Here, Fischer and the trio play the blues the way they ought to be played - with deep feeling.
|A2||Way Down East||2:27|
|A4||This Can't Be Love||3:50|
|B2||Things Ain't What They Used To Be||4:24|
|B4||Without A Song||4:35|
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Bass – Albert Stinson (tracks: A1-A4), Gary Peacock (tracks: B4), Ralph Peña (tracks: B1-B3)
- Drums – Colin Bailey (tracks: A1-A4), Gene Stone (tracks: B4), Larry Bunker (tracks: B1-B3)
- Piano – Clare Fischer (tracks: B1-B3)
- Producer – Richard Bock
|PJ 67||Clare Fischer||Surging Ahead (LP, Album, Mono)||Pacific Jazz||PJ 67||US||1963|
|TOCJ-5334||Clare Fischer||Surging Ahead (CD, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE)||Pacific Jazz||TOCJ-5334||Japan||1990|
|PJ-67, ST-67||Clare Fischer||Surging Ahead (LP, Album)||Pacific Jazz, Pacific Jazz||PJ-67, ST-67||US||1963|
|PJ-67, ST-67||Clare Fischer||Surging Ahead (LP, Album, Red)||Pacific Jazz||PJ-67, ST-67||US||1963|
|TOCJ-50135||Clare Fischer||Surging Ahead (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Pacific Jazz||TOCJ-50135||Japan||2011|