Lee Fields is a legendary soul singer from North Carolina. Not too long ago, he celebrated Black History Month with his first-ever Tiny Desk Concert via NPR Music. The intimate video performance was directed by Kara Frame and recorded LIVE at the desk of producer, Bob Boilen.
Lee Fields: Tiny Desk Concert
Lee Fields joyfully performed popular tunes such as Forever, What Did I Do, and Two Jobs, from his latest album, “Sentimental Fool.” Also, he performed another song, “Ladies,” from his “My World” album via Daptone Records.
Lee Fields – “Sentimental Fool” album
‘Sentimental Fool’ is a deep, blues-tinged collection expertly showcasing the beauty, power, and raw humanity of Lee Fields’ voice. The album features backing from an all-star lineup of Daptone family members including guitarist Thomas Brenneck, bassist Benny Trokan, drummer Brian Wolfe, keyboardists Victor Axelrod and Jimmy Hill, saxophonists Neal Sugarman and Ian Hendrickson-Smith, and trumpeter Dave Guy, along with an array of additional guest musicians and backing vocalists.
The project also stands tall as a stunning return to Fields’ R&B roots, with songs like “Forever” and “What Did I Do” marking the culmination of an astounding career that has seemed to defy gravity, rising to only greater and greater heights. ‘Sentimental Fool’ was produced by Daptone founder, Bosco Mann – a.k.a. producer/musician Gabriel Roth – at his Penrose Recorders/Daptone West studio in Riverside, California.
Lee Fields – “Sentimental Fool” music video
‘Sentimental Fool‘ was joined by an official music video directed by Andrew Anderson. A stripped-down live performance video of “Forver” – featuring backing from guitarist Thomas Brenneck (Charles Bradley, Menahan Street Band) and vocalist Josh Lane (Thee Sacred Souls) – is also streaming now on YouTube.
Fields recently concluded a North American tour and is now in Europe through the end of February in support of Sentimental Fool. He returns to California in March. For complete details and ticket information, please visit mrleefields.com/tour.
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