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Fields (3) - Fields (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Fields received mostly positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received a metascore of 75, based on 17 reviews. At The Epoch Times, John Smithies told that "Fans of José González the solo artist may initially be confused by this clearly democratic effort, but give it some time.
  2. Song For Fhe Fields: 2: Feathers: 3: You Don't Need This Song (To Fix Your Broken Heart) 4: Skulls And Flesh And More: 5 No Vinyl+CDR 2 Listed For Sale: fields album sampler.
  3. Fields "Fields' Home Made: Three Minstrels a perfect Classic with up-to-date performance Very 'Bassy' sound To enjoy for real music lovers of Rock music. "A Friend of Mine' their smash hit of the 70's is on this album. Don't be mistaken with the other Fields album/5(18).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fields on Discogs. Label: Uni Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(35).
  5. A remastered CD of the original Fields album was released in with two bonus tracks added to the original ten songs. Let's take a wander through the Fields now and have a listen. The album opens in fine booming and bombastic style with "A Friend of Mine", a rollicking song driven by the sound of the powerful Hammond organ.
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  7. A single self-titled album -- that's what the California power trio Fields left behind in Guitarist Richard Fortunato, bassist Patrick Burke, and drummer Steven Lagana had been deeply influenced by Cream, by the sound of things. Fields recorded this slab for UNI with producer Bill Rinehart (formerly of Emitt Rhodes' Merry-Go-Round).The first four cuts are solidly in the hard and heavy.
  8. FIELDS, its a keyboard-led trio with bassist Alan Barry singing but also playing guitars (although very discreet) and also adding some Mellotron lines. Rounding up that trio is Andy Mc McCullough who had played on KC's "Lizard" album and we will find him holding the .
  9. heavy paste-on gatefold cover g vinyl This US power trio's album appeared on both sides of the Atlantic in , but sank without trace. Equally influenced by blues, soul and acid rock, its an enjoyable mixture of snappy hard rock songs and the lengthy Love Is The Word suite, which occupied a whole side of the original LP. Featuring backing vocals from Northern Soul legend Brenda Holloway.

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