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Turncoat

by Freeze

Debut solo album by New York bass player Freeze, featuring an ensemble of proficient New York musician friends. A dark and brooding modern-rock record with ambient and prog-rock undertones.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Purgatory
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2. Curiouser
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3. Broken Family Clock
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4. Mortified
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5. The Diplomatic Irishman
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6. When We Can Walk
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7. Chess With a Maniac
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8. Scarecrow's Movements
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9. Forgetful
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10. Turncoat
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Debut solo album by New York bass player Freeze, featuring an ensemble of proficient New York musician friends. A dark and brooding modern-rock record with ambient and prog-rock undertones, with songs exploring the theme of being conflicted by one's own dark and bright nature. A collection of music written over a number of years since the entry of Freeze into the music scene, re-worked and re-recorded with his favorite fellow musicians including Joe Rodriguez and Joe Cruz (Amplify), Craig Weinberg (Rat Race Choir), Steven "Taco" Ortega (Almighty Love Noise), Andrew Stephens (Decima). Jessica Lee (Jessica Lee Band), and Godfrey Townsend (John Entwistle Band, Alan Parsons Project).

Freeze started off playing keyboards at 10, influenced by the work of Nobuo Uematsu, which would continue to contribute to his melodic ear in the coming years. Then at 14, after seeing Flea perform with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Woodstock '99, he picked up the bass guitar. From then on, he was inspired by the heavy, dark sounds of Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Justin Chancellor (Tool), and the like, shaping his style as a rock bassist, and refining his vocal abilities under the influence of vintage British singers. He would continue writing music while working with numerous different bands in the New York area, as well as touring with Joey Molland (Badfinger), Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad), Gary Wright, Dave Mason, Rick Derringer, and others.

He still continues to write and record music, as well as perform with many musicians on a regular basis.

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