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Look At All This!

Howard Fishman

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Howard continues his beautiful music

We own every Howard Fishman album to date, and listen regularly to all of them. Favorites here include "Ocean Avenue", "That Lonesome Road" and especially "Best is Yet to Come". "Spiritual" continues Howard's recording of various songs from his Donner Party Project, which involves writing songs in the style of late 19th century folk music, but musically updating the same style to be appreciable by contemporary audiences. "Pictures" includes a hidden track, the amusing "me song" (I'm not sure of the actual title). Buy a few tracks, if you're not sure about the whole album. You'll find that you're listening to it much more often than you'd expect.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Howard Fishman infuses his music with a wide variety of influences, from New Orleans-style swing to underground pop. He grew up in Hartford, Connecticut, and began a career as an actor, director, and playwright. During his studies at Vassar College, he pursued a scholarly interest in the works of Eugene O'Neill. Turning his attention toward music, however, he taught himself guitar. His growing love of popular and folk musics led him to move to New Orleans in 1994, where he developed his unique sound...
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