FREEDOM were formed in late 1967 by two former PROCOL HARUM members, drummer Bobby Harrison and guitarist Ray Royer. The second incarnation of this band featured guitarist Roger Saunders and bass player Walter Monagham. Both had featured in a band called The Washington DCs who had a No. 1 hit single in Turkey in 1964 with the song “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine”.
FREEDOM played progressive bluesrock and were stylistically on a par with other bands such as CREAM. This LP is a reissue of the follow-up album released in 1970. More changes in the band occurred, Pete Dennis replaced Monagham on bass and extra keyboard player Steve Jolly joined.
By late 1972, Freedom had disbanded. Roger Saunders made some headway as a session player and songwriter and throughout most of the eighties was a member of Gary Glitter¢s Band. Sadly he died early in 2000. Bobby Harrison went on to form SNAFU.
As always with Sireena Records this album comes in a limited edition in 180 gram heavy-weight white vinyl.
Nobody 3:55 (Saunders)
In Search Of Something 6:22 (Harrison/Saunders)
Dusty Track 7:54(Saunders/Monogham)
Man Made Laws 3:26 (Harrison/Saunders)
Ain¢t No Chance To Score 5:41 (Harrison/Saunders)
Pretty Woman 5:38 (Williams)
Freedom 5:12 (Harrison/Monogham/Saunders)
Dirty Water 4:59 (Harrison/Monogham/Saunders)