Morgan’s Organ 06-10 Release (English info)


SuperDeluxe music label MEDAMA RECORDS releases four new live recordings from the Morgan Fisher archives. “Morgan’s Organ 06-9 & 10” available now from iTunes Store, Napster, Rhapsody, Amazon and other online vendors!

About Morgan’s Organ
Morgan Fisher has been performing his "Morgan's Organ" solo keyboard improvisations at SuperDeluxe every month since November 2003. The combination of Morgan's fabulous collection of vintage keyboards with his wide-ranging musical experience of 40 years
results in panoramic musical soundscapes created in front of the audience, with no preparation other than the choice of which keyboards to play. The performances have evolved from shorter pieces into long improvisations, like "movies for the ears," whose storyline unfolds spontaneously and organically, with the occasional surprising, sometimes volcanic, change of mood. Visit the Morgan's Organ MySpace page for excerpts, photos and other material:
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Morgan Fisher - Morgan’s Organ 06

track list: MO-06-1 (27'38"), MO-06-2 (26'24"), MO-06-3 (39'55")
Morgan Fisher - Morgan's Organ 06 (,Live)

Morgan Fisher - Morgan’s Organ 07

track list: MO-07-1 (17'20"), MO-07-2 (24'26"), MO-07-3 (45'00")
Morgan Fisher - Morgan's Organ 07 (,Live)

Morgan Fisher - Morgan 's Organ 08

track list: MO-08-1 (24'57"), MO-08-2 (12'30"), MO-08-3 (37'20")
Morgan Fisher - Morgan's Organ 08 (,Live)

Morgan Fisher - Morgan’s Organ 09&10

track list: MO-09-1 (35'06"), MO-09-2 (36'59"), MO-10-1 (8’52"), MO-10-2 (6'57")
Morgan Fisher - Morgan's Organ 09 & 10 (,Live)

Morgan's Organ 06 〜 09&10 Sample Music listening

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About Morgan Fisher
Keyboard player / Composer / Producer / Light Painter. Born in London, England, on January 1st, 1950. '68~'76: Played keyboards in The Love Affair, Third Ear Band, Mott the Hoople, and his own progressive rock band Morgan. '78~'80: Art-punk album "Hybrid Kids," the cult classic "Miniatures" album (51 one-minute tracks by cutting-edge musicians from Robert Fripp to Hector Zazou) and his first ambient album "Slow Music" with Lol Coxhill. '82: Played live with Queen. '85: Moved to Japan, developed his improvised music, and created abstract photographs called Light Paintings (as on the Morgan's Organ album covers). Played with Japanese artists Yoko Ono, The Boom, and Haruomi Hosono. Recent works: an album with Hans-Joachim Roedelius (of Cluster), performances with The Minus 5 and Robyn Hitchcock, music for film and TV, two exhibitions of light paintings in Tokyo.