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Georgia Fields ≡ Georgia Fields (2010)

 Georgia Fields ≡ Georgia Fields (2010)

Georgia Fields — Georgia Fields
Location: Melbourne, Victoria. Australia
Album release: October 1, 2010
Record Label: Popboomerang Records / PB068
Duration:     48:13
Tracks:
01. Overture      1:21
02. Seven Years      2:27
03. All The King’s Men      3:13
04. This Is Not A Drill      4:29
05. Sinking Relation Ship      3:41
06. Two For Tea      3:09
07. Something Borrowed, Something Blue      3:47
08. Blue Sky with a Black Cloud Parade      4:24
09. White Flag      2:01
10. Chessboard      2:45
11. One Finger      3:35
12. Christmas Ribbon      4:14
13. Satellite      5:12
14. Cold War      3:57
¶  All songs written by Georgia Fields, except ‘Satellite’, written by Judith Hamann.
¶  Produced by Greg Arnold.
¶  All songs engineered by David McCluney at Atlantis Sound, Port Melbourne. Except for tracks 7 and 11, engineered by Myles Mumford at NMIT Yarra Edge Theatre. Track 5 engineered by Greg Arnold at NMIT Studio 209, with clarinet engineered by Myles Mumford at NMIT Yarra Edge Theatre, and vibraphone engineered by David McCluney at Atlantis Sound. Assistant engineer Rhys Corr. Celeste on track 8 engineered by Dave Rogers at City Vue Studio.
¶  Album mixed by David McCluney at Atlantis Sound, Port Melbourne.
¶  Mastered by Jim DeMain at Yes Master, Nashville TN, USA.
¶  Cover image by Nicole Cleary.
¶  Album artwork and booklet images by Luci Everett.
¶  Georgia Fields – vocals. Piano on tracks 2, 5, 7, 9, 14. Guitar on tracks 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13. Ukulele on tracks 3, 6, 10. Celeste on track 8. Melodica on track 7 and 13. Tambourine on tracks 3, 11, 13. String arrangements for tracks 5, 7, 14. Brass arrangements for tracks 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 13, 14. Clarinet arrangement for tracks 5. Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon arrangements for tracks 6, 9, 10.
¶  Judith Hamann – vocals on tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14. Cello on tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14. Cordless drill, cowbell, vibraslap and marimba on track 5. Piano on tracks 4, 8, 11, 13. Harp on track 6. Melodica on track 14. Glockenspiel on tracks 4, 7, 12, 13. Children’s toy on track 7. String arrangements for tracks 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14. Brass arrangement for tracks 3 and 8. Clarinet arrangement for tracks 5 and 11.
¶  Zachary Charles – bass on tracks 2, 3, 4, 8, 11, 13. Percussion on track 3.
¶  John Kingma – bass on track 7.
¶  Tim Coghill – drums on tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14. Percussion on track 3.
¶  Nat Grant – vibraphone on tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14. Bass drum on tracks 4, 13, 14.
¶  Elizabeth Mitchell – vocals, piano, and Hammond organ on track 3. Autoharp on track 8. Trumpet on tracks 1, 2, 3, 8, 14.
¶  Greg Arnold – guitar on tracks 4, 13. Ukulele on Track 11. Piano on track 5. Piano and Hammond organ on track 12.
¶  Elizabeth Welsh – violin on tracks 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14.
¶  Zac Johnston – violin on tracks 1, 2, 3, 8, 14.
¶  Ceci Dowling – viola on tracks 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 14.
¶  Kim Tan – alto flute on tracks 6, 9, 10.
¶  Samuel Dunscombe – clarinet on tracks 5, 6, 9, 10, 11.
¶  Adam Mikulicz – bassoon on tracks 6, 9, 10.
¶  Bruno Siketa – trumpet on tracks 1, 3, 8, 14.
¶  Huw Dann – trumpet on tracks 7 and 13.
¶  Jasen Moulton – French horn on tracks 1, 14.
¶  Keiren Conrau– trombone on tracks 1, 2, 3, 14.
¶  Bob Collins – trombone on tracks 5, 8, 13.
¶  Myles Mumford – trombone on track 7.
¶  Jonathan Woods – tuba on tracks 1, 14.
¶  Female Choir on Track 12 – Luci Everett, Angie Hart, Yelka Ishmakovich, Michaela Manusama, Elizabeth Mitchell, Kate Putt, Au?ur Alessandra Zoëga , Sarah Whitteron.
Male Choir on Track 13 – John Bedggood, Scott Edgar, Chris Hazelman, Mick Hazelman, Stu Hazelman, Zachary Johnston, Martin Mackerras, Eddie Miller, Dave Rogers.
¶  Thank you: Janie & Johnny Miller-Smith, Scott Thurling at Popboomerang Records, Dave ‘Fuck Yeah’ McCluney, Arts Victoria, the NMIT Higher Education Music Department, Emma Wiking at Remedy Music, Robert MacBride, Angie Hart, Matty Vehl, Rhys Corr, Zachary Charles, Tim Coghill, Huw Dann, Ceci Dowling, Sam Dunscombe, Nat Grant, Zachary Johnston, Elizabeth Mitchell, Elizabeth Welsh, and Luci Everett.
A special thank you to Greg Arnold for his tireless effort in all production matters, big and small.
¶  And lastly, a very special thank you to Judith Hamann – my dear friend, inspiration in all things culinary and musical, and without whom this record could not have come to pass.
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/georgiafields
Bandcamp: http://georgiafields.bandcamp.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/georgiafieldsmusic?sk=wall
Tumblr: http://www.georgiafields.tumblr.com/
Things people have said:
¶  "Our newest musical crush… Fields specialises in cute, vintage-y folk-pop that makes you want to sway in time and sing along when you know the words. Plus she plays the ukulele. What a hero!" Frankie Magazine, Australia
¶  "Georgia Fields has got the pop smarts to deliver a compelling album... A star is born." 4 stars / JB Hifi Mag, Australia
¶  "Australia has produced yet another great female singer/songwriter in Georgia Fields... Fields is one to watch." 7/10; Jmag, Australia
¶  Beat Magazine Album of the Week: "This bubbly singer-songwriter is positively substance over style. Fields' self-titled debut full-length is a warm, relatable, and charming diary-album of folk-pop enchantment." Beat Magazine, Melbourne
¶  "Fields explores the terrain of relationships with a fresh view - this would be a considerable achievement for someone deep into their career, but as a debut it is astonishing." 10/10; Americana UK
¶  "Really brilliant pop." Cosmopolitan Magazine, Australia
¶  "Arrangements flit from full to bare in a heartbeat... Fields has proven herself capable of surprising us, as she does with this sophisticated showing." Mess & Noise, www.messandnoise.com
¶  "Fields’ first outing is an elegant, calculated and mature release that takes flight and soars from song to stirring song in spectacular fashion. There is a certain joy to be had in revisiting each song, and that, surely, is the mark of a quality record." The Dwarf, www.thedwarf.com.au
¶  Luci Everett is the magician/artist/illustrator behind my album artwork and posters. She has an incredible knack with paper, crayons, watercolours and her dulcet tones also feature in the choir on track 12 of my record. You can see more of her exquisite visual creations at www.lucieverett.com.

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