Jim Fielder had a tangential part with several main 1960s Californian rock and roll functions before settling in to the the one that brought him probably the most acknowledgement, as the bass participant for Blood, Perspiration & Tears throughout their most popular years. In the middle-’60s, Fielder was bass participant in the Bohemians, whose business lead vocalist was Tim Buckley. Due to Fielder meeting Moms of Invention drummer Jimmy Carl Dark, the Bohemians had been introduced to Moms’ supervisor Herbie Cohen, who also required around the Bohemians. The Bohemians produced demos that drawn the eye of Jac Holzman at Elektra Information, but Elektra desired Buckley like a single artist, not using the Bohemians. There have been no hard emotions, and actually, Fielder plays a number of the bass on Buckley’s 1st couple of Elektra LPs, Tim Buckley and Goodbye and Hello. He briefly exceeded through the Moms of Invention (probably due to the Cohen connection) before becoming a member of Buffalo Springfield on bass, changing Ken Koblun (who experienced only experienced for a couple weeks, to replace initial bassist Bruce Palmer). Just a couple months later on, Fielder was out, when Palmer (who experienced left partly because of risks of deportation) returned to California from Canada and rejoined. Fielder will play bass using one monitor on Buffalo Springfield Once again, the jazzy “Everydays.” He was also the bass participant for Blood, Perspiration & Tears, using their inception through the first ’70s, an interval which noticed them land all their main strike singles and albums. He continued to try out on albums by Gene Clark, Chris Hillman, Al Kooper, and Mary McCaslin, and be a session participant in Nashville.