The Elysian Fields, also called Elysium, are the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous in Greek mythology and religion. In addition Elysian Filed is a prog band. Elysian Fields is a progressive rock band formed and led by Mark Jeffrey Dye in 1973. In 1978 the band moved to Los Angeles and changed their name to Impulse and they released five albums on the Electric Fantasy label.
While living in Los Angeles Mark Jeffey Dye became a Midi and synthesis specialist for many top artists like Van Halen, Guiffria, Gino Vannelli, and even appeared on Entertainment Tonight as a technical adviser for electronic music. He now operates a state of the art digital recording facility in Saint Petersburg, Florida. He is now retired but continues to pursue projects that he hasn’t had time for over the last 40 years. The Elysian Fields releases should be considered as part of the overall M J D discography and vice versa. Nine Tomorrows is the new album from Elysian Field.
Mark Jeffrey Dye is the main person on the album as he plays all instruments and what a gigantic array of instruments! Truly a multi-instrumentalist of big dimensions!
1. Prologue (2:36)
2. Profession (5:29)
3. The Feeling Of Power (2:07)
4. The Dying Night (4:06)
5. I’m In Marsport Without Hilda (2:27)
6. The Gentle Vultures (3:39)
7. All The Troubles In The World (2:21)
8. Spell My Name With An S (4:05)
9. The Last Question (5:08)
10. The Ugly Little Boy (4:12)
11. Epilogue (6:19)
Total Time 42:29
Mark Jeffrey Dye – vocals, all instruments