In 1974 they released a vinyl long play album entitled Sing Along with The Greenfields that included Il-Karozzin, Il-Vapur tal-Art and Tgħidx Le Katarina. A popular quatrain from this song, penned by Coleiro, runs as:
Le Katrin tgħidx le did-darba Ħadd Illum mhu se jindaħal Hawn bi ħġarha n-nies tiltaqa' f'ġieħ il-festa ta' dan ir-raħal.
In a subsequent album, released by Electro in 1975 and simply entitled Greenfields, they presented another fourteen tracks, a number of which were British folk cover versions including The Leaving of Liverpool and The Piper of Dundee and original Maltese that depicted rural activities related to farming, Fuq il-Qiegħa (On the Treshing Floor) written by acclaimed author Ġorġ Zammit, an original folk ballad, written by band member Joe Tanti on a fishing tragedy, Il-Għarqa tal-Pulikajr (Pulikajr's Drowning) and Il-Fanal (The Lantern), by Professor Oliver Friggieri. On this album they were assisted by Franky Portelli on bass.