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Fields (progressive rock band)

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Active until  1970
Genre  Prog rock
Active from  1969
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Albums  Fields, Psychedelic Rock Essentials, Fields - Remastered
Members  Andrew McCulloch, Graham Field, Alan Barry
Similar  Rare Bird, Greenslade, King Crimson

For the band formed in 2006 with the same name, see Fields (band)

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Fields was a progressive rock band formed in 1971 by Andrew McCulloch and Graham Field, and also containing Alan Barry. McCulloch had previously been a member of King Crimson, but left due to musical differences. Field had founded Rare Bird, and Barry was a member of Dowlands with Giles Brothers(1962-1963).

They only recorded one eponymous album in 1971, and one single from the album, "A Friend of Mine", in 1973. According to Field, CBS management changed and "the new faces did not want to know us", so the group disbanded. Field had the rights to the name Rare Bird, and returned to working in that area and in television themes. McCulloch went on to become a founder member of Greenslade. Barry went on to become a founder member of King Harry.

Lineup

  • Graham Field - organ, piano
  • Andrew McCulloch - drums, percussion
  • Alan Barry - bass, guitars, vocals
  • Songs

    A Friend of MineFields · 1971
    Not So GoodFields · 1971
    While the Sun Still ShinesFields · 1971

    References

    Fields (progressive rock band) Wikipedia


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