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Lee Fields: out from James Brown's shadow 

The year was 1967, and Lee Fields had just finished singing a set at Tom Woodards, a juke joint tucked away in the forest outside Wilson, N.C. Fields remembers it as the kind of rough-and-tumble, liquor-license-free setting that cooked on the weekends…

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