|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Eddie Fisher & The Next One Hundred Years||6||Audio||1970||Cadet Records|
|3||Stay Together||2||Audio||Nentu Records|
|4||The Promise||7||Audio||1985||Nentu Records|
|5||Gimme, Lend Me, Loan Me||2||Audio||1977||Stang Records|
|6||Hot Lunch||10||Audio||1977||Stang Records|
|7||Music Makers / Got To Get Steppin'||4||Audio|
|8||The Sunrise / Everybody Needs A Place||4||Audio|
|9||Eddie Fisher & The Next One Hundred Years||6||Audio||2006|
|11||Hot Lunch||10||Audio||2009||Stang Records|
A jazz guitarist born in Little Rock, Arkansas. Died of cancer on July 12, 2007.
Eddie Fisher worked as Albert King's bandleader before embarking on a solo career. He released two classic albums, "The Third Cup" and "The Next One Hundred Years", blending soul, funk, jazz and touches of psychedelia, in the late 1960's.
Eddie Fisher's third album "Hot Lunch" was released on the All Platinum label, and after that he launched his own indie operation Nentu. In 2004, he was voted into the Arkansas Jazz Hall of Fame.
BMI credits Eddie Juni Fisher for song compositions.