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An old-school soul man whose career stretches back to the late '60s, Lee Fields is probably best known for his more recent work with the Brooklyn-based throwback label Truth and Soul Records. He's released exceptional albums with the label's house band The Expressions, including My World and Faithful Man. Blessed with a gritty and instantly likable voice that recalls a young James Brown, he's experiencing a late-career renaissance that's rare in modern music. Let's Talk It Over was first released sometime in the '70s on the microscopic Angle 3 label. It finds him in top form, singing his heart out over some absolutely top-shelf indie-funk instrumentation. Enhanced with a bunch of great bonus tracks, this is ideal listening for anybody who misses the good old days of R&B music, before the machines took over. Everything here's fantastic, but "Wanna Dance," "Take Me Back," "The Bull Is Coming," and "Flim Flam" are especially awesome.

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Lee Fields Is The $#%@!

Man!, this guy has soul. I've never heard of him before and i'm kind of sad that i haven't. I know my stuff when it comes to Motown but the song "Let's talk It Over" has just surpassed all my expectations what that really means. Lee Fields is Amazing.

Lee Fields or Otis Redding?

This is really a rating for the song "Let's Talk It Over" which is fantastic! A half generation had elapsed between the passing of Otis Redding and the release of this track, but it might as well have been only a few weeks given the similarities. And trust me, that's really, really good company to be in!


Born: 1951 in North Carolina

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Lee Fields initially made his name among die-hard funk fans with a series of hard-hitting singles recorded for various small labels during the '70s. Everything about Fields -- his look, his vocals, the grooves on his records -- was so indebted to James Brown that he earned the nickname "Little J.B." Fields never hit it big, but his rough-and-tumble singles went on to become popular collectors' items. After a lengthy hiatus, Fields returned in the '90s as a soul-blues belter playing to female-heavy...
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