Richard Warren FieldRichard Warren Field - Writer/Musician

Rick Field/Piano-Voice Playlist

A Hundred Thousand Friends*
All Blues
Anyone for Tennis
Axis: Bold as Love
Black Hole Sun
Burning of the Midnight Lamp
Bring the Curtain Down*
Bring Me Love*
Can’t Dance to the Beat*
Castles Made of Sand
Chase this Mood*
Dock of the Bay
Does Anybody Know What Time It Is
Don’t Know Why
Dr. Magic*
Easy Rollin'
Every Day is a Winding Road
Eyes of Love*
Feel Too Good (to Have a Bad Day Today)*
Fine Line In Between*
Fire and Rain
Get It Right Next Time
Girl from Ipanema


Go Lightly from Here*
Here Comes the Sun
Hey Mister Clown*
House Burning Down
Hotel California
I Can See for Miles and Miles
I Hold the Key*
I May Be Down But I’m Not Out*
If You Could Read My Mind
I'm a Believer
In the Name of Love
Instant Karma
It’s Just Rain*
Just the Two of Us
Just the Way You Are
Lady of My Life
Last Call
Let the Fool Be the Fool*
Little Wing
Live Like We’re Dying
Live Your Dreams*
Long Way Home
Mellowed-Down Melody*
Mystic Tide*
Na Na Na Na Hey Hey Good-Bye
No Matter What
Nothing Better To Do Today*
Pali Gap (instrumental jam)
Purple Haze

Search for Love*
Shanghai Noodle Factory

Sing a Fairy Tale*
Sitting on Top of the World
Some Day You Pay*
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Spring of My Life*
Start Over Again*
Stairway to Heaven
Strawberry Fields Forever
Sunshine of My Life/Cheri Amour
That’s Life
The Country Belongs to the People*
Third Stone from the Sun
This Masquerade
Too Late
Too Much of Nothing
Trying to Make Sense of the Universe*
Two Dimensional Lady*
Up From the Skies
Walking on the Moon
We're In This Love Together
What a Wonderful World
White Rabbit
Who Cares What They Say*
Wind Cries Mary, The
Words and Words*

* - original song

Songbook CDs
Mystic jazz productions of vintage rock using modern sounds and technologies ─ familiar songs offered in a fresh way; new songs offered in a familiar style.
The Swords of Faith Trilogy
Stories set in the past featuring dilemmas familiar to the present with consequences resonating into the future.
Issa Music
Mystic jazz celebrating the “Issa legend” – the idea that Jesus may have visited India and learned some of his history-altering spiritual insights there.