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British progressive rockers Fields was formed in the early '70s by ex-members of Rare Bird and King Crimson, existing for a brief window and cultivating a sound that veered more toward the accessible side of prog than the heady music some of their peers were making. The band's self-titled 1971 album was their only full-length to publicly surface during their lifespan, but additional material eventually saw the light of day on releases like 2022's Feeling Free: The Complete Recordings 1971-1973. Fields were formed in 1971 by ex-Rare Bird organist Graham Field, former King Crimson and future Greenslade drummer Andy McCulloch, and guitarist and vocalist Alan Barry, who also spent some time in King Crimson. The group released their self-titled debut in 1971 on Epic before Barry left the band and was replaced by Supertramp singer Frank Farrell. This new lineup completed a second album for CBS in 1972, but the label decided against releasing it and Fields dissolved shortly after the sessions concluded. It would be decades before this material was released, ultimately surfacing under the title Contrasts: Urban Roar to Country Peace in 2015 on the Esoteric Recordings label. In 2022, a comprehensive Fields anthology was reissued in the form of Feeling Free: The Complete Recordings 1971-1973. This collection included both full-length albums as well as unreleased songs from a BBC session, and some alternate mixes of songs from the first album.
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