Known most for the main 1983 club one “I.O.U.,” United kingdom jazz-funk and electro-R&B group Freeez produced in the past due ’70s, led by manufacturer/vocalist/percussionist John Rocca with bassist/vocalist Peter Maas, keyboardist Andy Stennett, and drummer Paul Morgan (who was simply replaced about 1983 by Light from the World’s Everton McCalla). The quartet released four albums for Beggars Banquet: 1981’s Southern Freeez, 1983’s Gonna ENABLE YOU TO GET (reconfigured when i.O.U. for U.S. discharge on Arthur Baker’s Streetwise label), 1984’s Anti-Freeez, and 1985’s Idle Vice. While Freeez had been together, Rocca documented as Pink Tempo with Stennett as Images, who released an overlooked experimental record on Editions EG in 1983. Rocca afterwards recorded being a single musician and explored different designs while using a bunch of pseudonyms, such as for example Zone Athletes and MIDI Rainfall.
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|Top of the Pops||1981||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Top of the Pops: The Story of 1981||2016||TV Movie documentary||Themselves|
|Top of the Pops||1981||TV Series||Themselves|
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