Geoffrey Fisher
Andreas, After I shook your hand and asked you the significance of "Hirzel" after the concert in Kaiserslautern, I was wishing I would have had more time to talk with you. The first of your works I heard was "Dancing with the Lion" right around the time it came out. My dad was playing it not only at home, but also on an AM radio station he was working for at the time. I was 11! I asked him to make me a copy of it for me and your music has been a part of my soul ever since. I am in the US Air Force, stationed at Sembach Air Base, Germany as a singer with the US Forces in Europe Band. The "professional photographer" who took our picture that night is Tom, our drummer. What a true honor it was to meet you, Walter, Andi and Daniel. You are the true pioneers of making the universal language of mankind so incredible, meaningful and beautiful. Something that may be a first that you've heard of....the symbol from the cover of "Dancing with the Lion" is tattooed on my right shoulder blade. I had that done in 1999 on a world tour with the Air Force Tops in Blue.
I wish my dad could have been with us that night. I'm still looking for a copy of "Traumgarten." I should have brought my LP of "Eine Art Suite in XIII Teilen" for you to sign. Maybe someday. Thank you so much for who you are and what you do.