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Wonderful album

After virtually swearing to never record another album, Fisher is back with the intensely emotional and personal 'Water'. It chronicles the incidents in the last two years that have had profound impacts on them, such as Kathy's baptism, the death of her father, and the other ups and downs of life (the details of which are available on their podcast). Even if you do not know all of the details behind each song, you can still enjoy the album. When I got the CD, it had been a while since I last heard the podcast and only remembered the absolute basics. I thought it was a wonderful album, but I listened to the podcast again and was struck by just how wonderful the album really was. The songs became that much more important. I could take in more fully the joy of Kathy's baptism and religious experiences, the pain of the death of her father and the resulting depression, and then the joy again from the subsequent upswing of life. You really go on the journey with them as they revisit the last few years. I have several favorites from the album, but I think 'Victims of the Sky' is one that clearly stands out. It was written about the day Kathy learned that her father had died. Life had been going well and then the "sky fell in." Ron says on the podcast, "Later on when I was writing this track, 'victims of the sky' just kinda kept popping out as an idea, and I thought ultimately whether you believe in God, or that there is no God, or the Big Bang Theory, or whatever you believe in, it all originates from above us. It all originates from the sky, and sadly, we're all victims of that." 'Revival' was a very appropriate track with which to conclude the album. Kathy says it is about finding peace within the storms of life. We will always face trials and you have to find the silver lining, otherwise you will get lost. With time, they've been able to look back on these events and find the lessons available for them. Fortunately, they have shared these with us so that we can learn from them, too. Water is one of Fisher's strongest albums. Uppers & Downers is easily their best album, but Water is right up there with it. We are really fortunate that Fisher reversed their decision to stop recording. It is hard to think that this album might never have been, considering its quality and its ability to affect the listener.

The Best CD EVER ! ! ! ! !

I discovered Fisher through their "Beautiful Life" song on TLC. Recently I got a email about their new CD "Water" and I have to say that not only do I absolutely LOVE this CD but I honestly think it's might be one of the best set of songs I've every heard. I just don't understand why bands like this are not famous and played all over the radio. Anyway, get this CD. You won't regret it. It'll make you cry and laugh. Give you hope and inspire you. Thanks for making such a great CD Fisher. (I hope you actually read these reviews.)


You could analyze all the great things that make Fisher music so interesting and such a wonderful pleasure to enjoy but some of the best parts of this album can't be so easily parsed. People respond to honesty, they sense openess, and they like to see bravery and a willingness to put it out there, without hiding behind artifice. If this appeals to you, then so will Water. Nothing is ever perfect, but if you are tired of the undistinguishable, cookie cutter, over- manufactured, autotuned to death stuff that populates most of the airwaves, then buy Fisher music. Interesting music is still alive. Thanks Kathy and Ron.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The West Virginia modern rock duo that goes by the name Fisher embraces the marketing phenomenon of selling music via the Internet, for the band finally scored a deal due to its heavy push on Fisher, which is comprised of singer/songwriter Kathy Fisher and composer/producer and keyboardist Ron Wasserman, first started making music together in the mid-'90s when both were struggling to make a living in the fast-paced life of Los Angeles. Fisher's ethereal vocalic beauty can be heard...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 02, 2009

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