Jeff Fielder
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Jeff Fielder


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The best kept secret in music


...Last Disguise is full of Fielder's skillful, multi-instrumental talents and his rich, warm vocals—imagine a more optimistic and child-like version of Jay Farrar with a fine sense of humor and a way with Leonard Cohen covers. - The Stranger (Seattle, WA)


As a solo artist:
Last Disguise (Chroma Sound) - release 8/1/06


Feeling a bit camera shy


Jeff Fielder steps into the spotlight with his solo debut, Last Disguise, a vibrant document of a modern bluesman. Engineered and co-produced by Brad Zeffren at Seattle’s Chroma Sound, the album showcases Jeff’s many facets: electrified southern rocker, introspective songwriter and traditional acoustic blues singer.

Jeff’s career to-date has been as coveted sideman and studio musician. He has contributed acoustic and electric guitar, bass, Dobro and banjo to recordings by artists including Goodness, Shuggie, Garth Reeves, and Sera Cahoone. When he’s not playing with the Radio Nationals, Kurt Bloch, Eddie Spaghetti, or Bo Diddley, he’s busy performing as a solo artist, appearing on bills with the Posies, the Throwing Muses, Bobby Bare Jr., Ian Moore and Dear John Letters.

Last Disguise features Jeff as his own sideman on steel guitar, banjo, toy piano and Mellotron. The songs range from the stripped-down, solo-acoustic original “Heart of Stone” to a rockin’ cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Everybody Knows”. The album’s production is clean and spare, gritty when it needs to be, and layered with delicate complexities. Jeff’s vocals and songwriting invite comparison to Tom Waits, Nick Drake, Jeff Buckley, Joe Walsh and the Allman Brothers.