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Unfrozen at last!

Released in ’93 these tracks have been unavailable in digital form for years, with secondhand copies trading for fifty quid upward. Together with the likes of Incognito, Light of The Word, Central Line and Second Image, Freeze defined the Brit-Funk sound of the early eighties. From I.O.U. onward they employed the services of producer extraordinaire Arthur Baker who took their sound into pure electrophonic funk and greater chart success. Sadly, “Keep in Touch” is missing from this compilation, which given it was their debut hit is a glaring omission, with royalties or licensing difficulties a likely culprit. Another nice addition would have been the alternative mix of “Southern Freeez” which featured a different arrangement and more vocal reverb, featured on the flip of the UK 12”, but you can’t have everything. I saw Freeez at the Venue Victoria back in ’82 when it became a mad disco after gigs. Ah, memories.


Southern Freeez way ahead if its time and oh what an intro..... And the tune tune tune - Flying High Brit Funk at its very best

bring back jazz funk!!

at last another band that was at the start of brit jazz funk. I still play my original vinyl copy after 28 years, sadly a short lived genre but ask anybody over 40 who has soul what is was like in 1980.


Formed: 1978 in London, England

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Known most for the number one 1983 club single "I.O.U.," British jazz-funk and electro-R&B group Freeez formed in the late '70s, led by producer/vocalist/percussionist John Rocca with bassist/vocalist Peter Maas, keyboardist Andy Stennett, and drummer Paul Morgan (who was replaced around 1983 by Light of the World's Everton McCalla). The quartet issued four albums for Beggars Banquet: 1981's Southern Freeez, 1983's Gonna Get You (reconfigured as I.O.U. for U.S. release on Arthur Baker's Streetwise...
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