The Mehler-Field-Band, Fred Field, John Mehler - Live album flac
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Genre: Jazz / Latin / Funk and Soul / Pop / Folk and Country
Recorded during the tour '83 in Hamburg and Luedenscheid. No Pressure Records 4690 Herne 1 West-Germany.
The Mehler-Field-Band. The Mehler-Field-Band, Fred Field, John Mehler - Live (2xLP, Album, Fol). No Pressure Records, Tricom.
Love Song was one of the main Jesus music bands, one of the first Christian rock bands. It was founded in 1970 by Chuck Girard, Tommy Coomes, Jay Truax, and Fred Field. Additionally, the earliest members included David Ingram on keyboards, Ernie Earnshaw on drums and Jack Schaeffer on bass. It was Schaeffer who came up with the group's name.
John Fred Gourrier (May 8, 1941 – April 14, 2005), known by his stage name John Fred, was an American blue-eyed soul, swamp pop, rock and roll, and R&B performer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, best known for the 1967 hit song "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)". John Fred was born on May 8, 1941 in Baton Rouge, the son of John Fred Gourrier, S. and Miriam Chaisson. He had one sister; Ann.
John Mehler (born August 27, 1948 in Long Beach, California), is a drummer for Love Song, Spirit of Creation, Noah and other bands. Love Song was one of the main Jesus music bands, one of the first Christian rock bands. In 1994, the band recorded another reunion album, Welcome Back which included new versions of the songs off the first three albums. Love Song has released a box-set containing their first three albums plus a DVD of their 1973 concert in San Antonio. All original tapes on all three projects (Love Song, Final Touch, and the live Feel the Love albums) have been re-mastered at Mastering Lab.
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Bob Wall repleaced Fred Field, but Love Song was now without a drummer, and as Tommy Coomes recalls, they first tried to record the album in a kind of un-plugged style, sans drummer. It soon became obvious that this was not going to work, and a young session drummer, John Raines, was hired to drum on the project. The album was first mixed by Stan Ross, but the group was unhappy with the result. Another engineer, Erik Wangberg was hired to mix it again, this time at another legendary studio, Sound Labs, also in Hollywood, CA.
Drummer John Mehler (who had joined the fledgling group in its infancy, then left with Field) rejoined in time to play on "Final Touch" and "Feel the Love. Another latter-day member was Phil Keaggy, who joined to replace departing Wall. They were a part of the Jesus Movement of the late 60s and early 70s, coming out of Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel. Their classic debut album, Love Song (1972), is considered one of the greatest Christian music albums of all time. The group toured heavily in the early 70s, becoming very popular both in the US and abroad . In 1994, the band recorded another reunion album, Welcome Back.
The album is truly a Fred Field and Friends project with help from Love Song members John Mehler and Jay Truax. The album also featured the legendary Al Perkins. It is clearly a diverse project with 60’s vocal harmony influences, traditional county instrumentation and a nearly praise like quality reminiscent of the early Maranatha Praise albums. The production was top notch for the time and many may find it similar to Richie Furay, Chuck Girard and, of course, Love Song.
|A1||Dead To Rights||3:33|
|A2||Just Like You||2:56|
|A3||No One In That Room||3:36|
|B1||No Time To Say Goodbye||5:13|
|B3||Signs Of The Times||4:43|
|C1||One By One||3:19|
- Mixed At – Ambrose-Studio
- Bass – Bud Nuanez, Tony Sena
- Cover – Juergen Haber
- Drums – John Mehler
- Electric Piano – Fred Field
- Engineer – Guido Bartkowiak, Hans-Werner Eifert, Peter Mazur
- Fiddle – Fred Field
- Guitar – Bud Nuanez, Fred Field, Tony Sena
- Mixed By – Guido Bartkowiak, Hans-Werner Eifert
- Photography By – Hans-Werner Eifert, Norbert Lass
- Producer – Hans-Werner Eifert, Johnny Jaworski
- Vocals – Fred Field
NotesRecorded during the tour '83 in Hamburg and Luedenscheid
No Pressure Records
4690 Herne 1
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