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Things You Never Thought I'd Say

by Freddy

Think Oasis styled Brit-Pop minus the whiney drone, mixed with Green Day's left-field hit “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life).” -Craig Curtice, 2 Walls Webzine
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. A Moment Away
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2. Let It Go
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3. Change It All In One Night
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4. Seven Storeys
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5. Apart
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6. Things You Never Thought I'd Say
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7. Fade Away
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8. Free
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9. Stay
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10. Thinking It Over
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11. Secret (You Know What) feat. Holly Litwiniuk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"... a beautiful voice, a great pop sensibility and the production is lovely." - TAXI A&R staff reviewer

"Several songs stand out, particularly "A Moment Away," "Change It All In One Night," "Apart," and "Free." The album's R&B closer "Secret (You Know What)" hints at a real future in music while making Justin Timberlake jealous." - Craig Curtice, 2 Walls Webzine

Raised in a small town on the edge of a big city, Freddy has always been about being in 2 or more places at once. His music reflects this dichotomy with a mixture that can't be pigeonholed. It is edgy, yet familiar, melodic, yet original and, much like life, basic and complex. And that is the essence; he writes real songs about real things. These are the things that we can all identify with: love and loss, happiness and despair, hurt and redemption.

Freddy's influences are under the surface, a mix of old and new. From the Beatles to Elton John to Marvin Gaye to Oasis, the result is fresh and captivating. Country music influences from childhood battle with Britpop influences from Freddy's years of living in the United Kingdom, when Pulp, Suede, Blur, Oasis, and the Stereophonics ruled the charts, and Craig David was just emerging. From the first time you listen, you get that tingle in your spine. Because the four right chords can make you cry, and when it's right, the first time you hear it will feel like forever. Acoustic meets electric, dark meets light and opposites blend seamlessly.

This special blend is now available in "Things You Never Thought I'd Say", the debut album by Freddy. The album's 11 songs were written over the course of ten years and represent the diversity and depth of Freddy's writing. It is a mix, and some songs are alike while others aren't. Listen with heart, mind, and gut, for they speak to all. From the edgy strings of "Apart", to the soaring chorus of "Let It Go", and the deep soul groove of "Secret", the album speaks in many ways but in one style: Freddy style. As you listen and enjoy, you find that genre becomes much less important than the music itself.

What is important is that these songs are a representation of what can be done with originality and familiarity at the same time.

Born in 1976, in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Raised in the small town of Chestermere, Alberta

Primary instrument: guitar

Writing songs since the age of 12

Day jobs include taco maker and lawyer

Secret (You Know What) feat. Holly Litwiniuk reached #1 on the top ten at www.broadjam.com

Album produced by Craig Poole. Craig is a well-respected Canadian producer best known for his work with Thurl Bailey, Canadian country singer Cliff Kubota, International dance group Kaskade, and Canadian soulsters Jibe Project

Album recorded in the United States at Flo Studios, June Audio, Counterpoint Studios, and Platinum Sound Lab

Details of supporting tour To Be Announced

"Freddy has rediscovered and reinvented the true art of songwriting! His voice is singular, his melodies are intoxicating and his sense of harmony and chord structure is rich and sophisticated. All of this is dressed up in a fresh, new sensibility. The strongest new artist I have heard in a long, long time."

- Sam Cardon, EMMY™ winning composer

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Monica Fudzinski

Beautiful CD!
I wish everyone would make music like this. I love every song. The songs are very well written and he sings every song with meaning. Can't wait for the next one.
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Peter Theuerkauf

Sounds good!!!
Good music, I'm listen to this sounds in Germany, and it's great.
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Grant Mason

Summer Sunday Morning classic
What a fantastically-produced, tuneful selection of songs. Absolutely perfect for getting you up and jigging on a Sunday morning. Whilst not every song type is my own cup of tea, there's plenty there to keep me happy. Let It Go, Apart, A Moment Away are all brilliant and my top three from the CD.

The vibe all came together perfectly on Monday - heading home on the bus, coming along Princes Street in Edinburgh on a glorious hot afternoon, with the Gardens full of happy, smiling tourists lounging on the grass between festival shows, and Let It Go lifting me high and out of my seat. It fitted in perfectly for an overwhelming slice of solid summer mood.

Looking forward to more in this vein from Freddy.
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dog

i think freddy is great and orriganal
freddy is so great my dad tought him he is a great student and he will go far in the music bisness,
Aimee
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Trance Blackman

Great production, vocals, and catchy tunes...
Well done, Freddy. And congrats on being an ISC semi-finalist.
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Taryn Cook

Love the cd, its in my car all the time.
The cd is really good, it has a lot of variety. Very different, very good.I would really like to hear more songs like "secret".
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Sarah Eden

I really enjoyed all of these songs, the entire album was extremely refreshing.
I absolutely loved the ecclectic mix of styles and moods. There is something for everyone on this disc. It is so nice to see someone who can write all their own material and so well at that! The vocal quality is always impecable and the production superb. I can't say enough wondeful things about this artist, he is sure to be a huge hit in the very near future.
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