Fields of Aplomb | Reverence for the Lost

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Reverence for the Lost

by Fields of Aplomb

Surreal gothic music, raw airy songs embellished with twisted guitars and haunting strings, emotional connotations that lie deep within the psyche.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. March of a Funeral
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2. Machines
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3. Fear
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4. Autumn Reliance
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5. Omnibus
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6. Reverence for the Lost
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7. Awake
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8. Deception
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9. Catch the Wind
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10. Watching the Sun Rise and Set
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Album Notes
Review: Baltimore Underground Magazine
By Cynthia Glasser
July 7, 2002

Discontentment with our lives, feelings of helplessness, not knowing what's in store for us after death; there are many displeasures we hide from. . . Through our denial of these plain facts, our minds become creative. And this creativity is an apparition of our soul. . . and often this cold and dark reality is seen as a fairy tale villain.

The Fields of Aplomb reintroduce a disturbing world--this veil of reality. Creston Baker is the creator of this haunting trip, called Reverence for the Lost, a voyage into realism. The band, including Carolyn Baxter and Steve Dargis, capture the essence of philosophical fidelity to nature with a sense of integrity. The sounds blend with the words, taking the listener through an alluring journey of searching and redefining one's own convictions.

Fields of Aplomb relinquish deep disturbing thoughts with lavishly orchestrated music that is compared to the Cranes, Vision, and Pelican's Daughter. In addition, the combination of keyboards and twisted guitars becomes seemingly surreal. "March of a Funeral" and "Fear" creates haunting images of despair and anguish.

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A gloomy CD
The band is good . . . could be darker, yet without being silly or childish. Intellectual lyrics.

Sandy Barnes

Swan fans will salivate over this CD.
Disturbing, creative, energetic, sombering, and riviting music.


Should be on video..would be outstanding with visuals. Very artistic and creat
Can't help but wonder why this particular album isn't on video...would be outstanding with visuals. Their music is both very artistic and creative. I like this band!

Sea Robinson

A thin line between madness and bliss.
I have seen them live in New York City after September 11th. I remember the song "Fear" comforted me of the "other side". Heaven or Hell--I guess a little of both. Mind opening lyrics.

Hollow Man

Gloomy with sophisticated lyrics
Not too many people know about the "Fields of Aplomb" during the Babylonian years. This band is great.