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Field Songs – Revisited

CD (Item 492926) Blackout, 1998/2005 — Condition: Used
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A beautifully remastered version of the fantastic first album by Fertile Ground – a stunning debut that's one of the best underground soul albums of the past decade! The record dips back into a spiritual jazzy tradition that encompasses work by artists like Doug Carn or Earth Wind & Fire, but it's also got a rawer edge that works perfectly with the righteousness of the group's message. Vocalist Navasha D Boxley has a style that ranks with the best of our favorite singers – like Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jean Carn, and Carmen Lundy – and she's backed by sublime keyboard work by James Collins, and intricately jazzy drumming by Marcus Asante. A great set all the way through – and filled with wonderful cuts like "Ghetto Butterflies", "Sweet Melodies", "En Hiver", "Lovin You", "Soulmates", and "Black Sunshine". This new version really increases the sound from the original – pushing up the best strengths of the record through newly-mixed takes, in a way that gives the vocals even more power!  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(CONDITION NOTE: tray card has a small tear in one corner, artwork is clean but has light rippling from moisture.)

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