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Bruce Fisher

b. Bruce Fisher, 8th January 1951, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Bruce Fisher is an accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist.

Later, relocating to Los Angeles, Bruce initially recorded for United Artists where his single 'At The End Of A Love Affair' is fondly remembered on the 'Northern soul' scene of the early 70's.

In 1973 he co-wrote 'Body Heat', the title track of what was to become the first gold-selling album for Quincy Jones on Mercury Records.

Bruce Fisher

red hot - 1977

He later signed to Mercury himself where 'Red Hot' featured an all-star line up of musicians including Roy Ayers, Keni Burke (with whom he wrote the title song), Charles Earland, Mtume and the Brecker Brothers in 1977.

The album included the excellent ballads 'Starlite Starbrite' and 'In My Life'.

He later played guitar with Sunfire, sang backgrounds with Roy Ayers (co-writing 'Gef On Up, Get On Down'), and co-wrote and produced songs for the group 3 For 3 in 1990.

Bruce has worked with The Blackbyrds, James Gadson, David Williams, Leon Ware, Carolyn Willis, Wah Wah Watson, Ernie Watts, the late Richard Tee and Bernard 'Pretty' Purdie.

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Red Hot (Mercury Records 1977)

Wet Dream (Kryptics Records 1996)

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