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9 thoughts on “ Soldier Blue - Richard Lloyd - Field Of Fire (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Sealed Reissue. The Stunning Guitar Solo On The Title Cut Is Worth The Price Of The Entire Album. “After A Six-Year Silence, Richard Lloyd (Backed By Mostly Scandinavian Performers) Released His Second Album, This One On The Swedish Mistlur Label. This Top-Quality Platter Is More Upfront And Energetically Rocking Than Its Predecessor.
  2. Richard Lloyd's 'Real Time', a live album featuring songs from his first two albums and a few others, is a melodic Rock album, filled with neat guitar riffs and lengthy but never excessive solos. Lloyd is well known as the second guitarist of Television, one of the most unique art-rock bands in the world/5(4).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Field Of Fire on Discogs. Label: Mistlur - MLR 48 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave.
  4. Product description Field Of Fire: Deluxe is a re-mastered, deluxe double-CD re-packaging of Television guitarist Richard Lloyd's release Fields of Fire - available for the first time ever on compact disc. The first CD is the original album, recorded in Sweden in Reviews: 9.
  5. Field of Fire is the second solo album by former Television guitarist Richard Lloyd. It was released in , seven years after his solo debut, Alchemy. The album was recorded in Stockholm, Sweden, backed mostly by Swedish musicians. The liner notes state that the album is "dedicated to the lodestone". The album sleeve also includes a quote from St. Paul's epistle to the Romans: "May the God of hope .
  6. The album was released in the UK in December , with a special offer price of £, the same as a typical single LP from that period. It reached number 16 in the charts. The cover was designed by Glover and featured a colour photo of the band on the front and rear covers, and black and white photos in the inside gatefold. [23].
  7. Richard Lloyd - Field of Fire (Reissue) (/) is a no-nonsense Rolling Stones-derived boogie number which is spoiled a bit by Lloyd's hoarse vocal. "Soldier Blue" ironically weds angry anti-war lyrics to danceable rock stylings. "Keep on Dancin" [sic] snitches a prominent guitar lick from the Ramones' "Suzy is a Headbanger" for its.
  8. Frankly, if the new version had been released in , I'd like to think Lloyd's career would have taken off. It's so superior to the original album I can hardly put it into words. I think a little fire has gone out of Soldier Blue, but it's still a great song. But every other track is vastly better/5(9).

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