Visions (Paul Field album)

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Visions
Visions (Paul Field album).jpg
Studio album by Paul Field
Released 1985
Recorded September 1984 to February 1985
Genre Folk/Rock
Label Myrrh Records MYX1191
Producer Paul Field
Paul Field chronology
Building Bridges
(1984)Building Bridges1984
Visions
(1985)
Different Yet the Same
(1986)Different Yet the Same1986

Visions is the title of the fourth solo album, a double LP, by the Christian singer-songwriter Paul Field. It is a musical, or rather "a message to the nation that God is great, a message to the church that God is powerful and a message to Christians everywhere that God's resources are available to them" (Paul Field, March 1985, cover notes on the Visions LP).


Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Creation" (Paul Field)
  2. "Solomon's Temple" (Paul Field)
  3. "Elijah's Contest. Part 1: The prophet's of Baal" (Paul Field)
  4. "Elijah's Contest. Part 2: Elijah's song" (Paul Field)
  5. "Elijah's Contest. PArt 3: God answers with fire" (Paul Field)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Ezekiel's Valley. Part 1: Lament" (Paul Field)
  2. "Exekiel's Valley. Part 2: Valley of dry bones" (Paul Field)
  3. "Ezekiel's VAlley. PArt 3: Renewal" (Paul Field)
  4. "Mary's Song" (Paul Field)

Side three[edit]

  1. "Baptism. Part 1: Prepare the way" (Paul Field)
  2. "Baptism. Part 2: The spirit of the Lord is upon me" (Paul Field)
  3. "The Cross and the Empty Tomb. Part 1: No greater love" (Paul Field)
  4. "The Cross and the Empty Tomb. Part 2: The way of the cross" (Paul Field)
  5. "The Cross and the Empty Tomb. Part 3: The empty tomb" (Paul Field)

Side four[edit]

  1. "River of Life. Part 1: The condemnation of the seven churches" (Paul Field)
  2. "River of Life. Part 2: God's love, our vision" (Paul Field)

Personnel[edit]

  • Paul Field: Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Bass and Drums
  • Julie Moon: Vocals
  • Mark Williamson: Vocals
  • Sharon Armstrong: Vocals
  • Bernie Armstrong: Vocals
  • Sue Bassett: Vocals


Production notes[edit]

  • Produced by Paul Field
  • Engineered by Paul Field
  • Recorded at "The Billiard Room", Loxwood, Wallington, Surrey