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Artist: Vision Fields

Title: Vision Fields

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Epic / CBS (Germany)

Catalog Number: EPC 462964 2

Personnel

Johan Daansen lead vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards
Curt Cress drums
Christian Felke guest saxophone
Claus Burkhard guest backing vocals
Beatrice Gebauer guest backing vocals
Wolfgang Tiepold guest cello

Tracks

1.  Sad Song  
2.  Fly Away  
3.  Eden's Waterfall  
4.  Lyin' Eyes  
5.  So What  
6.  Small Talk  
7.  Show Me the Way  
8.  Missing You  
9.  Goin' to Africa  
10.  I Don't Wanna Lose You Tonight  
11.  Tranquility Base  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Krystal S Date: December 21, 2004 at 2:44
I just got this one:-) Definately a strong West Coast influence here. I'd have to disagree with the comparison to Strangeways by the site manager, it's leaning that way, but not quite as rocky. Maybe the reference to Canada's Blvd. is better in my opinion. A good disc, and quite rare too!

From: bateman Date: March 30, 2005 at 10:46
Have to agree with Krystal - their music would be described best as Lite/Soft AOR. Nevertheless strong material on this one and very melodic. If you like this, check out Planet P Project where Hauke & Daansen were involved as well. Vision Fields had two more albums - Voices (1990) & Icesail (1992) - the last one had a new singer. IMO they're both weaker than the first one. Pretty hard to get, too!

From: Nick C Date: June 29, 2006 at 22:55
I like this quite a lot there's some great songs on here especially the closer Tranquility Base. The lead off track almost reminds me of Chris Rea. If you like Lite AOR then all the bands albums are a must. Out of the three I would say this is my least favourite but I still think it's fantastic, my fave is the album is probably Icesail though as it's so relaxing it almost has an ambient rock kind of feel. I should really get around to posting the other two on the site.

From: peterpoland Date: August 31, 2006 at 8:50
Fist Vision Fields album is of course perfectly produced.So are all of them.Vision Fields albums can be called German hi-tech/lite AOR classics.'Lyin' eyes',less on synthesizers and more guitar oriented 'Show me the way' and athmosferic 'Missing you' are my stand-outs. I like all 3 albums,however I like 'ICESAIL' the most.Maybe because they've changed the singer on the last one.Here J.Daansen sometimes sings like Peter Gabriel who isn't my favourite singer. Relaxing,athmosferic,hi-tech/lite AOR.

From: zandi Date: November 16, 2006 at 9:17
Brillant Album !!! But my absolutely favourite of their 3 albums is their second called 'Voices' - this is far the best album they've made. But also 'Selftitled' and 'Icesail' are brillant CDs. Very relaxing and melodic AOR !!! Highly Recommended !!!

From: CHRISTELL Date: December 21, 2006 at 9:13
CAN ANYBODY PLEASE SEND ME THE SONG BY VISION FIELDS : LYING EYES. PLEASE I BEG YOU... CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE, I'M DESPRATE

From: Photochromic Steve Date: October 20, 2008 at 18:07
As mentioned earlier - the music (not the vocals) reminds me of Chris Rea on good form. Both this one and Voices high quality - I've not heard Icesail yet - it seems to be fairly obscure.

From: thescorpio Date: August 31, 2010 at 7:44
Hi there... I bought this album some 20 odd years ago on tape. The only available in South Africa at the time from a Music store marked down 1/10 the price. Since then I cursed myself not buying all 5 that was in the pile of junk that they sold at below cost to clear “old” stock. For many years I listened to it religiously to the point that the tape is now somewhat damaged. The first time I connected to the internet from home I thought I would be able to find a replacement or maybe a CD... I passionatly LISTEN to Vision Fields, Enigma & the Blessing, and when I have to grab my bellonings in a house fire ext; Vision Fields, Enigma & the Blessing would be if not only items I will grab LoL. Seriously I am in my late 30's & have been exposed to various music genre's when abroad & back home and I FEEL THIS IS THE BEST PIECE OF MUSIC THAT MY EARS EVER HAD THE PLEASURE TO LISTEN TO. Vision Fields – Vision Fields = 1000/100 rating if I could. Keep on listening...thescorpio


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