|A||She Makes Me Feel|
|B||Living In A Dream|
|6000 687||Matthew Fisher||Living In A Dream (7", Single)||Mercury||6000 687||Germany||1981|
|6000 699||Matthew Fisher||Take Me For A Ride (7", Single)||Mercury||6000 699||Netherlands||1981|
Producer, Engineer – Christopher Taylor White, Matthew Fisher. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.6000 699. Matthew Fisher. Take Me For A Ride (7", Single). Netherlands.
After Matthew Fisher's three-year stint as Procol Harum's keyboard player, which includes his work on A Whiter Shade of Pale, he went on to produce Robin Trower's first three solo albums before he released his own in 1973. Although this album, Journey's End, and his next one, entitled I'll Be There, failed to bring Fisher any substantial acclaim, 1980's self-titled release sparked some promise, thanks to some renowned help and sharper songwriting. This album focuses more attention on Fisher's Hammond organ prowess than Strange Days, while the songs are engulfed in a sturdier rock (and soft rock) habitat as well. Without any distinguishable charm or angle, tracks like "Living in a Dream," "Desperate Measures," and "Without You" appear as new wave-meets-pop material. Although the songs are well written and Fisher's voice is appealing, there's no instrumental perspective to lift these attributes.
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Songs in album Matthew Fisher - A Salty Dog Returns (Procol Harum Founder) (1990). 1. Dance Band On The Titanic.
BGO combined Matthew Fisher's (Procol Harum) first two solo albums from the early '70s - Journey's End and I'll Be There - on a single compact disc in 2000. Fisher-fans doubtless supposed that his solo lyrics would prove as mysterious as those he had sung in Procol Harum; but Matthew now unveiled an utterly direct and unpretentious written style, matching the intelligence and substance of the music, which always came to him first.
1 Something I Should Have Known. 2 Without You. 3 Living in a Dream. 4 Why Can't You Lie to Me. 5 Only Yourself to Blame. 1 Can't You Feel My Love. 2 Give It a Try. 3 Back in Your Arms Again. 5 Why'd I Have to Fall in Love With You. 6 Looking for Shelter.