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When he does solo, Fields  is inventive and accomplished and his instrument enjoys a wonderful sense of depth in the recording. Most of all, the compositions fit the group—Fields is a thoughtful and probing composer, again often bring to mind the late Eric Dolphy in his choice of wide intervals and corduroy rhythms. — Carl Baugher,   Cadence Magazine



Fields’ music will appeal to  those who feel—as this critic does—that Eric Dolphy’s ‘Out to Lunch’ was one of the seminal recordings of the ‘60s. That disc also sounds like a textbook for Fields and his quintet. Running with Scissors made me want to stick a microscope to my ear to catch all the nuances played by Fields and his group. — Steve Goldstein,   Midwest Jazz Magazine