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Hope Rocks was written as an inspiration for those struggling with addiction in recovery. It was performed in the summer of 2017 at the first festival dedicated to those in Recovery: Hope Rocks Festival, Saugerties, NY, brain child of Joe Defino. John Slaver is on Guitar, Paul Kean on bass and background vocals, recorded & Produced at/by Greg Fiske / Hard Drive Recordings, Woodbourne, NY.

During a song circle gathering hosted by Elizabeth Rose, a challenge was agreed upon for the members to write a song inspired by a film. Fisher wrote "All My Heart" after viewing two films, both set during the Holocaust, with love stories amid dark times:
The Railway Man 2013 & Female Agents 2008. 
Producer, Recording Engineer & Instruments: Charles Lang

Recorded Live at Aroma Thyme Bistro 3/17/2018 ... impulsively working out: Work Something Out....with Paul Kean on background vocals & bass

Free downloads of Original Songs are available below ~ the Corresponding Hard Copy CD for Sale:

In the Jungle

Deborah Anne Fisher

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In the Jungle Musicians:

JP: Guitar, Donald P. Stroffolino: Percussion, Sly Geralds: Bass, Jeremy Baum: Keyboard, Kevin Robinson aka Stick Foster: Little Sammy Davis: Harmonica on "Everything I Do" ~ Rachel Handman: Violin on "Wanted People" ~ Steppers Rhythm track on "Scratchin": Smathe Menier, Lorraine Frazie, Sharon Spencer & Debbie Fisher

Recorded at New Prospect Studio, Kingston, NY (except tracks 11 & 15) w/Engineer Glen VanVliet, Assistant E. Barry Jackson

Mix, Mastering & Recordings of tracks 11, 15 & Location recording of Steppers at Sullivan County Community College: Bill Sgambati of Analog Cabin, Chestnut Ridge, NY

Steppers recording assisted by Junkyard Smith & JP

Assistant Engineers on the Project Jeff Roberts & JP

JP & Bill Sgambati : Co-Producers

Cover shot was taken by JP on the 3 way intersection of 7th Ave. South and 11th, NY, NY where St. Vincent's Hospital used to be.

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Rose Mountain

Deborah Anne Fisher

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Jazzmosis: Greg Fiske: Recording Engineer, Saxophone & Owner/operator Hard Drive Recording, Steve Schwartz: Lead Guitar, Mike Cervone: Percussion, Tom Volpe- Bass on 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14 ~ Other Artists: Karl Allweier: Bass on 1, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13 ~ Joel Perkins: Violin, Dan Berger: Harmonica, Antoine Magliano: Steel Guitar

Jason Perno - Mastering

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Love Waits

Deborah Anne Fisher

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Murali Coryell: Guitarist on: 2, 3, 4, 7, 10. Rhett Tyler: Guitar on: 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11 (foot rhythm on 8). All tracks: Eric King: Bass, Jeremy Baum: B3/Piano, Erik Perez: Percussion, Little Sammy Davis: Harmonica on track 13, Mel Paskell: Recorded Engineer, Producer, Mix/Masterer.

While heading back to college as a single Mom and fronting the Dallas Fisher Band, Sullivan County Community College Advisor Cindy Bennedum suggested Deborah submit a one page summary to Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation on why she should be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. As a nationwide recipient, she used this money to make a dream come true in creating her debut CD "Love Waits". Fisher approached artist jam buddies from the Downtown Bar in Middletown, NY. The budget allowed two days to record at Lost River Studios with Mel Paskell in Wingdale, NY. Musicians received cassettes of the songs they were to learn, met in the studio for a brief rehearsal, and then recorded. Day one, they recorded half of the tunes with Murali Coryell and day two they recorded the other half with Rhett. Rhett Tyler and Murali Coryell lend their individual guitar styles in unique directions. All parties worked together in co-production efforts with Mel serving as executive Producer.

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