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Amish Rake Fight ‘Fellow Prisoners’ (2003)
“Fellow Prisoners” is the product of Fisher’s desire to re-explore working alone – and learning to work with one’s own worst critic. It’s a story that began with the track “Sir Wellington du Beuf” in 2000 and continued through the summer of 2002, culminating in mix sessions at Radio Star Studios in Weed, California with veteran producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (Tool, Machines of Loving Grace) and engineer Rich Veltrop (Tom Petty, Rage Against the Machine).
A confessed analog synthesizer junkie, Fisher draws upon a broad palette of sounds in the creation of Amish Rake Fight. The ambient, evocative textures of “Fellow Prisoners” were realized with a mix of old and new – from rare vintage synthesizers to the occasional electric guitar.
Sir Wellington du Beuf
I, Croupier (Collide Remix)
Sir Wellington du Beuf (Chris Randall mix)
I, Croupier (Lost the Farm mix)
10. Yes Josephine (T10D mix)