Lee Fields first started making soul music in the late 1960s, but he's still hard at work with his latest project, Lee Fields & The Expressions. Fields and the band went to Burlington, Vermont's Signal Kitchen to record a live music video and play a live show for the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival '13. The video shows their in-studio performance of "Let's Talk it Over," a full live performance of "Faithful Man," and some other footage from the show mixed in with Fields talking a little bit about getting strength from hard times.
Below is a separate video of just the live studio performance of "Let's Talk it Over," in case you wanted to hear that again. There's too much soul for only one time through.
Directed and Edited By: Matt Day
Audio Engineering: Dave DeCristo
Produced By: Alex Lalli, Dave DeCristo, Matt Day
Assistant Camera Operators: Ben Zackin, Willy Watson
Production Manager: Matt Palmieri
Front of house sound: Walter Westinghouse III
Assistant Sound: Mitch Ferrada
Security: Chocolate Thunder
Sponsors: SoundToys, Discover Jazz Fest, Telefunken Elektroakustik