AFKA Left Field: Extra Innings

"Original songs make up roughly two-thirds of their concert repertoire and cut a wide swath across an agglomeration of musical forms and subjects — from social commentary ('New Beatitudes'), to historical subjects ('Father Abraham'), to political satire ('Spurn Not George Bush'), to songs that offer keen insight into the troubled waters of interpersonal relationships ('Let's Get Old and Cranky'), as well as the psychological plight of the aging hippie ('Billions of Brain Cells Ago'). Their non-original material encompasses a broad panorama of musical interests, including (but not limited to), American traditional music, gospel, jazz, and contemporary pop. Much of their music features 3- and 4-part vocal harmony, accompanied by guitar, mandolin, keyboard, accordion, and other instruments of indeterminate pitch. Left Field is Bill Neely, Liz Emmert, Deborah Griffin Bly, Bill Bly, and Mark Dann." -- From, "About Left Field"


The Deena Larsen Collection

Published in 1998 by Infomonger.

This copy was given to ELO by Deena Larsen in Fall of 2018. Copy media format: CD-ROM.


E-lit Object