The roots of what became Phreeworld began coming together in 1976, although members didn’t officially turn into a band until 1990. Brian Phraner (vocals, bass, classical guitar, keyboards, drums) fulfilled and began playing music with drummer Donovan Michaels (previously Don Freeborn) around 1975, when Michaels visited play with Phraner and guitarist Bruce Primary in a intensifying rock trio known as Medusa. Dave Wheeler (vocals, electric guitar) had fulfilled Brian Phraner previous in senior high school. Brian’s sibling Tag Phraner (vocals, bass, electric guitar, key pad) was also around. The associates of Medusa, by this time around, were university students playing in the faculty jazz ensemble by day time, while rehearsing initial music, combined with the periodic PFM or Led Zeppelin cover, during the night. Medusa ultimately broke up as well as the bandmembers proceeded to go in their personal directions. Wheeler used jazz fusion/intensifying rock outfit I Am, and wrote tunes about from J.R.R. Tolkien to Arthur C. Clark’s Childhoods End. (A few of these tunes ultimately became the foundation for Phreeworld tunes.) Tag Phraner collaborated with Bruce Jones from 1984 to 1989 in Eternia, whose music ranged from symphonic to hard and intensifying rock, composing tunes that would later on find new lease of life as Phreeworld music. Michaels played in various bands, a few of which toured throughout America. Following a separation of Medusa, Brian Phraner (a prodigy on bass) performed in various rings, designed, and designed audio systems for sports activities arenas, even while composing ambitious and hard solo pieces which were epic long, particularly an idea piece “The Tarot Meditations” predicated on writings in The Publication of Tokens by Paul Foster Case. Ultimately to possess 22 tunes making up the complete piece, three of the tunes were documented by Phreeworld on the debut Compact disc, Crossing the Audio. Phreeworld finally (maybe inevitably) came collectively as a device in 1990, with affects that add the theatrical majesty of Genesis, towards the intensifying complexity of Mild Giant, to traditional composition, aswell as fantasy as well as the occult. The record label Close friends in your garden released Crossing the Sound in 1998.