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These Are Ten
  • Artist: Paul Fischer
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 678277163928
  • Item #: CDBY716392
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 3/17/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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These Are Ten on CD

Paul Fischer Writes Songs is a band. In Seattle this band lives. This band features the music of Paul Fischer. That guy is a pretty cool guy I guess. He was born in London and grew up in Killadelphia, PA. He studied music in Bodymore, Murdaland and lived there also while he was learning. This guy Paul moved to Seattle like six years ago to play music and boy has he ever! This music was written during a brutal Seattle winter and is essentially about growing up and living with all the ghosts that follow you through life. This album is a little to very dark, depending on how honest you are with yourself. This album, like life, is not all crying naked in front of the mirror in clown make up though. The sun does occasionally shine and when it does boy is it ever! This music is who I was during a Seattle winter. Enjoy! It also features the beautiful vocals of my beautiful sister Lily who is a Philly girl to the end and will not ever move to Seattle, and the sexually mature bass sounds of my hott cousin Jon Markel who is the reason I moved to Seattle in the first place. He now lives in Virginia and plays for Carbon Leaf. We also had Eric Eagle (Wayne Horvitz, Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter) on drums and as produce and had amazing keyboardanistas like Ty Bailie, Nathan Spicer and Steve Moore (Bill Frisell, Earth, Laura Veirs). Also featured is the beautiful singing saw of Peter Broderick (Horse Feather). Open your mind Quaid....open..your......mind.