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UPCOMING EVENTS: MARCH 31, APRIL 8. Please scroll down for details...

SATURDAY, MARCH 31st, 2018
MORGAN SALON #14
: The Return Of THE AMAZING FLYING MACHINE!!!
Open: 6.30pm. Starts 7:00pm, in Morgan Salon

Morgan Fisher is delighted to welcome back to Morgan Salon the most exciting poetry/jazz/funk jam band in Tokyo! Creating steamy passionate word-jazz for eight years or more! Last summer the band tore this place apart, with the audience up and dancing for joy!!! It's time to Do It Again!!!

Reference points: 
* The jazz poetry raps of The Last Poets and Gil Scott-Heron
* The groovy flute jazz of Herbie Mann
* The funk of James Brown, Sly Stone
* The organ soul of Booker T and Fela Kuti. 
* NEW! - hip songs sung by Samm and Morgan!
>>> Plus shimmering quiet interludes of ambient beauty. 
>>> This is soul food for the Heart, Ears, Mind and Hips!!!

Our deeply soulful members:

Mr. Marcellus Nealy (poetry)
Mr. Samm Bennett (drums, perc, vocal)
Mr. Mitsuru Ogata (flute + electric effects),
Mr. Hiroshi Koyu Suzuki (bass)
plus me, Morgan Fisher, guest keyboardist/vocalist

Watch Amazing Flying Machine videos from last year's steaming performance, HERE:

www.youtube.com/ watch?v=UB39KXYhBeQ

www.youtube.com/ watch?v=ejBQkLnFIvI

Entry is 3000 yen with reservation, 3500 without reservation, payable at the door. Please arrive before 7:00pm.
Complimentary WINE, tea, juice and snacks will be served in the interval.

Morgan Salon is a five-minute walk from Daitabashi Station (on the Keio Line).
Address: 2-2-4 Izumi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-0063.

Reservation is suggested, as seating is limited to 30 persons.
Please reserve by clicking HERE to send an email, with your name and phone number.
Or write to < morganfff [AT] gmail.com > Please title your email MS14.
A confirmation message and map will be sent to you.
But if you feel like just coming on the day without a reservation, we'll fit you in!

The band look forward to meeting you!

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SUNDAY, APRIL 8th, 2018
SUNDAY MEDITATION MUSIC #19
Open: 6.30pm. Starts 7:00pm, in Morgan Salon

Morgan Fisher has played relaxation/meditation music in the Osho centres
in Poona, India (1981) the UK (1982), and the USA (1983-85); the Tenkawa Jinja and Heian Jingu
shrines in Japan (l986-89); Expo 90 in Osaka (1990), and numerous locations in Tokyo and elsewhere.
Many years of improvisation in many styles of music have deepened the emotional and meditative quality
of his playing, which combines organic vintage keyboard sounds with modern digital technology.

Please try this relaxing example of his music/visual art.

The Meditation Concert series offers Morgan's most refined and sensitive approach to music,
dedicated to the inner journey and the search for the authentic, deep silence of the heart.
It's also a fine way to refresh and relax yourself at the end of the week, ready for the new week to come.

Held each month in the cosy, artistic surroundings of Morgan's personal studio,
the Meditation Concerts include Morgan's beautiful light art and nature videos, projected in high definition.
No technique is required - simply relax and let the music take you inside...

Entry is 2000 yen at the door. Please arrive before 7:00pm.
Complimentary tea, juice and snacks will be served in the interval.


Morgan Salon is a five-minute walk from Daitabashi Station (on the Keio Line).
Address: 2-2-4 Izumi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-0063.

Reservation is suggested, as seating is limited to 30 persons.
Please reserve by clicking HERE to send an email, with your name and phone number.
Or write to < morganfff [AT] gmail.com > Please title your email SMM.
A confirmation message and map will be sent to you.
But if you feel like just coming on the day without a reservation, we'll fit you in!

Morgan looks forward to meeting you!

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Morganís Organ Photo Gallery - a selection of photographs from Morgan's 100 performances in the
Morgan's Organ monthly series, November 2003 to March 2013 at Superdeluxe, Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo.

BELOW: PHOTOGRAPHS OF A SELECTION OF INSTRUMENTS FROM MORGAN'S COLLECTION