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The Clare Fischer Voices...and Sometimes Instruments

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Just like the title says, you get 20 songs with originals like "Tom Cat" (written for his favorite feline), "Pan Pipe Dance," and Latin jazz staples such as "Bachi (also composed for a family pet) with new arrangements from Brent Fischer of "Morning," the wildly popular classic from the Fischer song catalogue. Also included are Fischer renditions of much loved standards like "Mood Indigo," and "I Should Care." The album showcases the Fischers' jazz, Latin, choral and symphonic influences. "Each song presents a different orchestral coloring because of the variety of voice and instrument combinations used," says producer Brent Fischer. The vocal album features Don Shelton (Hi-Lo's, Singers Unlimited) and studio veteran Gary Foster (Mel Torm

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