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Utopian Fields

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3.29 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 60% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. ...of a New Life (7:53)
2. Sun (a. The Porchway - b. Vision of Our Life) (7:33)
3. Wishful Thinking in the Garden of Eden (7:40)
4. Cloudless Sulphur (9:54)
5. Metamorphosis: Sunrise of God's Creation (12:10)

Total Time 45:10

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Line-up / Musicians

- Tom-Inge Andersen / bass
- Tor Dahl / guitars
- Lars Fredriksen / vocals
- Atle BystrÝm Olsen / guitars
- Tor ōyvind Folleggg / keyboards
- Geir Wetle Holtan / drums, percussion
- Kjersti Thunem / flutes
- Ronny BystrÝm Olsen / harmonica

Releases information

Colours - COSLP 001

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3.29
(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(60%)
60%
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Review by apps79
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3 stars Little-known UTOPIAN FIELDS hailed from the city of Skien,Norway and were formed in 1988.Under the promotion of Colours Label they recorded and released a self-titled album the next year.With no less than 8 musicians being on the line-up,anyone would expect an album with a very rich sound. However,this is not the occasion here.UTOPIAN FIELDS play somekind of soft psych/progressive rock with slow-tempo compositions and a very dated sound.Hardly could anyone imagine that the album was recorded at the dawn of the 90's.There are obvious influences from early-70's PINK FLOYD with good guitar work and a deep atmosphere around.Sometimes I am reminded of CAMEL's debut listening to this album,a hybrid between psychedelic, Canterbury and classic rock.The organ sounds create a very retro-atmosphere,while the vocals are absolutely great,the instrumental parts are dreamy and sensitive and some harmonica/flute parts fill the effort with a varied taste.Generally,a good effort ,especially for fans of 70's prog rock,and a big surprise regarding the time of its release.A recommended one.

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