Claus Fischer

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by rickbass, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. rickbass

    rickbass Supporting Member

    I heard Claus Fischer on the latest "Bass Talk 7" CD......what a funk monster!!!

    Has anyone checked him out???

    Better yet, does anyone know where I can find any of his CD's???

  2. JMX

    JMX Vorsprung durch Technik

    Sep 4, 2000
    Cologne, Germany
    AKAIK he doesn't have a solo album out, he mostly does TV and session, he's worked with:

    session and live: Stefan Raab, Chaka Khan, Lionel Ritchie, Vanessa Amorosi, Franck Band, Drei vom Rhein, Bläck Föös, Guildo Horn, Charlie Mariano, Valerie Simmonds, Peter Hofmann, Anna Marie Kaufmann, Spencer Davis Group, Pete York, Thijs van Leer, Frank Nimsgern, Chris Farlow, Albie Donnely, etc...

    selected discography:

    Stefan Raab
    - Wadde hadde dudde da

    Guildo Horn
    - Piep Piep Piep (Single)

    Candela Azul
    - Juegalo

    - Dankner

    Bläck Föös
    - 2000

    Franck Band
    - Liebeslieder
    - Looser
    - Dufte
    - Live
    - Immer ich

    Drei vom Rhein
    - Drei vom Rhein
    - Starke Gesten

    F.P. Cottone
    - The dream in your head

    - Beziehungen

    Stephan Scheuß
    - Happy

    Kemper & Mina
    - Soulmates
    - Songs & Moviescores

    Trio Rio
    - Who Dat Mon

    Mobile Homes
    - United

    Peter Weiß
    - Personal Choices

    Frank Nimsgern
    - Funky Site
    - Paradise of pain
    - SnoWhite

    Stefan Flesch
    - Live

    Nicky Gebhart
    - No cry, just music

    Frank & The Wolf
    - Each $ buys a kiss

    Pietro Ramaglia
    - Emotions

    RTL (TV)
    - Anpfiff

    He plays in the house band of German TV enfant terrible Stefan Raab.

    He's also written a book on drums(!) and was the head of the Bass School Munich in Cologne.
  3. rickbass

    rickbass Supporting Member

    Thanks very much, JMX, especially for the discography!!!

    I figured you'd know about him, if anyone.

    These bassists on this latest CD from Hotwire basses, "Bass Talk 7", are really something special! Of course there's the "usual suspects" on the CD like Marcus Miller and Jeff Berlin. But I wasn't familiar with Wolfgang Schmid or George Kolb. It wish the more of this music was available in the USA.

    Check out the sound samples if you haven't already; closest address I can get to the samples is -