Search & Seizure
Freddy K & The Breeze's Search & Seizure touches on a few different eras of band metamorphi. The first 8 cuts are a hard rockin era from the early 90s. The next 5 cuts are remastered cuts off of a tumultuous period of the late '80s when the 'Random Enforcement' LP was recorded ('88). The fact that Freddy K survived this phase of time without major prison time or self-expiring is indeed unexplainable if not miraculous, although this was a repetitive theme from about the age of 14 or 15. We then get a single cut off the 'Immortally Wounded' LP ('87). Next is three acoustic cuts off of the 'God Bless What' CD (2002).Then we get the real meat and potatoes of 'Search & Seizure'. Full Time Musician, a nine minute rock-rap ballad and the remaining three cuts were all part of an '86 six-song EP entitled 'Search & Seizure' that sorta got ripped off. (The money-2000 bucks-and the master tapes). Only a shortened 45 version of 'Full Time Musician'(1986) lived to see the light of day. The Breeze actually began as a nickname for new found guitarist/ Jimmy 'The Breeze' Beseke in '85, who was somewhat free and elusive like a breeze. Then 'The Breeze' sort of evolved into a concept. Everyone in the world was in 'The Breeze'. Membership in the band was non- optional. Boy we were FREAKS!! So enjoy, after all,it's your band too........(ha-ha) freddy k.