Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Oasis’ “Wonderwall,” Coldplay’s “Yellow” and Ace’s “How Long” are among the iconic songs that came to life at Rockfield. Over the course of five decades, the studio has produced a diverse array of music as significant (if not as popular) as those massive hits. Here’s an introduction to that rich history.
Rush, “The Trees” (1978):
Maples versus oaks! Rush’s nature-inspired tale is tied together by an interlude in which drummer Neil Peart creates a mini symphony out of crotales, bells, chimes and timbales.
Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm
In the '60s, two Welsh brothers turned their dairy farm into one of the most successful recording studios of all time, producing decades of legendary music. Featuring interviews with Robert Plant and members of Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, Stone Roses and more, this is the fascinating story of Rockfield.