Richard Fielding was a founding member of the Australian electronic dance group Severed Heads in 1979 in Sydney. He has been a member of other experimental, avant garde music groups such as Z-Glutz, The Loop Orchestra and Budgie Woops! He has had a career as a radio presenter on various New South Wales stations.

Richard Fielding trained as a radio presenter in the mid-1970s with Korg Pally Oskin, Ian Borri Okem, Rusty Nails and Peter Doyle, as part of a Sydney inner city (informal) group of "radio bad boys" called "The Thrifty Tones". He started as a presenter using the moniker 'Old Siddeley", on 2MBS—part of the "Late Night Collective". On sister station 5MBS with his own show "Yntmppry Yditions" and on Bega Station 2BE, co-hosting the 'Good Morning Ghostbusters" program with local Bega star Ian Wright. His longest on-air partenership was in the 1980s at Sydney's 2RES-FM with Dan Mayok, on "Anything That's Jandy", which was broadcast Saturday mornings from 6am-9am. His sign-off call was "Have a great day - I know I don't".

In 1979, Fielding formed an electronic dance group, Mr. and Mrs. No Smoking Sign, with Andrew Wright and they were soon joined by Tom Ellard. With Fielding on drum machine and tape loops, Wright on organ and synthesiser and Ellard on tapes they recorded a demo in Fielding's home. Renamed as Severed Heads they started recording their first album, Ear Bitten when Wright left in 1980. Fielding remained until a second album, Clean was released in 1981.

He was also part of an unsuccessful venture called the "5 to 6 Federation" a self-styled "Electronic Green Movement" which proposed all radio stations go off air for 5 minutes every morning from 5.55am to "clear the airwaves from constant radiowave transmissions". In the latter days of his broadcasting career he was a panel operator and technical producer at community radio station 2SER FM on "The Mamma Lena Show" and 'RadioActiviky with Dr Xob Schmottman".

Fielding was also a founding member of The Loop Quartet, which was formed in 1982, along with John Blades, Ron Brown and Jaimie Leonarder. During the same year, another group performing with reel-to-reel tape machines, The Loop Orchestra, was formed by Fielding, John Blades and Anthony Maher. In 1983, Peter Doyle joined the group, and this line-up remained until 1997.

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It's almost as if they were saying, "You live your life, and we'll live ours."
Richard Fielding, and Lee Sholem. Lois Lane (Phyllis Coates), Superman and the Mole Men (1951). Watching the well shaft burn at the end of the movie. Richard Fielding is the pen name of Robert Maxwell (with or without Whitney Ellsworth). Need information on them.
It's men like you that make it difficult for people to understand one another.
Richard Fielding. Lee Sholem. Superman (George Reeves), Superman and the Mole Men, to the leader of the mob (1951). Richard Fielding is the pen name of Robert Maxwell (with or without Whitney Ellsworth). Need information on them.
All I'm telling you is that that little creature in there has as much right to live as you do. Don't forget, you invaded his world. You sank a pipe six miles into the ground and when he climbed up you set dogs on him, shot him.
Richard Fielding, and Lee Sholem. Superman (George Reeves), Superman and the Mole Men (1951). Addressing the mob outside the hospital. Richard Fielding is the pen name of Robert Maxwell (with or without Whitney Ellsworth). Need information on them.

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