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Fields - Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace flac album
  • Performer: Fields
  • Title: Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Date of release: March 30, 2015
  • MP3 size: 1466 mb
  • FLAC size 1589 mb
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The original master tapes of this fine album were recently located and have been re-mastered as "Contrasts - From Urban Roar to Country Peace" with the full involvement of Graham Field.

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to issue the first ever release of the legendary 1972 "lost second album self by Fields. When the first line-up of Rare Bird folded in early 1971, keyboard player Graham Field formed this outfit with bass player, vocalist and guitarist Alan Barry and King Crimson drummer Andy McCulloch. Although the band failed to emulate the commercial success of Field’s previous group, their 1971 debut album was a magnificent example of British Progressive Rock at its finest  . The original master tapes of this fine album were recently located and have been re-mastered as "Contrasts – From Urban Roar to Country Peace with the full involvement of Graham Field. Now Esoteric Recordings presents the album for the first time with this release.

Fields Contrasts From Urban Roar To Country Peace (Unreleased Album 1972) (2015) – . edding Bells. Urban Nation Choir – Peace Like a River. Morenas – Lord Kossity (Urban Peace Live - Stade d. :48. Urban Regensburger – Peace.

Fields released one eponymous album in 1971, and one single from the album, "A Friend of Mine", in 1973. They did record a second album in 1972 with ex-Supertramp bassist-vocalist Frank Farrell replacing the departed Alan Barry, but the record was shelved by CBS and not initially released. The master tapes of this album were re-mastered and released as Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace in 2015, with the full involvement of Graham Field. According to Field, CBS management changed and "the new faces did not want to know us", so the group disbanded

Published on 20th May 2015. Fields – Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace. Article by: Roger Trenwith. The birdsong introducing Music Was Their Game is another pointer to the album’s subtitle, contrasting as it does with the earlier urban traffic sounds at the beginning of Wedding Bells. Wistful melancholy permeates The Old Canal, which puts me in mind of Clifford T. Ward.

Fields The Old Canal - Contrasts: From Urban Roar To Country Peace(1972) 2015 Progressive Rock, UK. 04:17. FIELDS - Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace (1972) 08. Storm. FIELDS - Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace (1972) 05. Music Was Their Game.

When the first line-up of Rare Bird folded in early 1971, keyboard player Graham Field formed this outfit with bass player, vocalist and guitarist Alan Barry and King Crimson drummer ANDY McCulloch. Although the band failed to emulate the commercial success of Field's previous group, their 1971 debut album was a magnificent example of British progressive rock at it's finest. The original master tapes of this fine album were recently located and have been re-mastered as Contrasts - from Urban Roar to Country Peace with the full involvement of Graham Field. Features a booklet with an essay by Sid Smith and interview with Graham Field.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Let Her Sleep Fields
2 Wedding Bells Fields
3 Someone To Trust Fields
4 Wonder Why Fields
5 Music Was Their Game Fields
6 The Old Canal Fields
7 Put out to Grass Fields
8 Storm Fields
9 Set Yourself Free Fields
10 The River Fields
11 Spring Fields

Credits:

Fields - Primary Artist
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