Fischer-Z - The Cry flac mp3
Fischer-Z found success across Europe and sold more than two million albums. Joint recordings were made with Peter Gabriel, Steve Cropper and Dexys Midnight Runners. Fischer-Z performed alongside James Brown in East Berlin and toured with The Police and Dire Straits. They also toured the US and Canada and were on the bill with Bob Marley on his last festival tour of Europe. In 1984, Watts founded a band called The Cry and released the pop/dance album Quick Quick Slow, which was produced by Jimmy Douglass. In 1985, heavily influenced by the political events of the 1980s–especially Margaret Thatcher's dealings with UK unions–Watts released the song "Dark Crowds of Englishmen", which dealt with the miners’ strike of 1984/1985 and the disappearance of humanity politics in Britain.
Format – mp3. Download album for free and listen online on Myzcloud. Fischer-Z - Stream (1995). Songs in album Fischer-Z - Stream (1995). 1. Jesus Give Me Back My Life.
Fischer-Z (pronounced as a homonym of "fisher's head") were a British rock band formed in 1976 by John Watts and Steve Skolnik at Brunel University. The original line-up consisted of Watts (vocals, guitar), Skolnik (keyboards), David Graham (bass) and Steve Liddle (drums) . Fischer-Z were more popular in mainland Europe than their native UK, especially in Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Portugal (two top 10 hits and a No. 3 album) . In 1984 John Watts formed the band The Cry with Mike Been, David Graham and Theo Thunder, this album placed an emphasis on crucial groove elements and was produced by Jimmy Douglass.
Fischer-Z was a New Wave, Rock band from the United Kingdom formed in 1976. Lead by singer-songwriter John Watts they released three quite successful albums between 1979 and 1981. The original line-up consisted of John Watts (vocals, guitar), David Graham (bass), Steve Skolnik (keyboards) and Steve Liddle (drums). John Watts recorded and performed as 'John Watts' during 1981-83 before forming The Cry in 1984.
Fischer-Z's first hit single was "The Worker" from the album Word Salad. In an interview in Record Mirror in 1981, Watts put the single's success down to the remix of the song from the album version, which put the emphasis on the keyboards rather than his guitar Watts' lyrics draw heavily on his experiences of studying clinical psychology and as a mental health care worker. In 1988 Watts released the Reveal album under the name Fischer-Z, a new band with the same name in which he was the only original member, although Skolnik made a minor contribution to one track.
Reveal is an album by the new wave rock band Fischer-Z. In the summer of 1981 John Watts split up with his group, Fischer-Z, on the grounds that his art could not evolve within the context of the band. Prompted by the encouragement of the well-received Fischer-Z album, Red Skies Over Paradise, Watts soon embarked on a solo career, releasing his first solo album, One More Twist (1982), followed quickly by his second, The Iceberg Model (1983). Watts toured extensively and even produced a mini-album for Zulu artist Busi Mhlongo
Buscar: Back to the page of Fischer-Z. Album, 1979, United Artists Records. Pretty Paracetamol. 6. The French Let Her. 7. Lies. 11. Billy and the Motorway Police. Saber más. Going Deaf for a Living. Album, 1980, United Artists Records.