Scott Free Wing
CD Review - "They Call Me Mr. Free"

Scott Free's "They Call Me Mr. Free" CD cover and link to Scott's website. "They Call Me Mr. Free"
Scott Free
Review by: Len Rogers

     Humor, social angst, activism, and progression all would describe "They Call Me Mr. Free". However, there is an established simpler and most extraordinary phrase available. That being: Scott Free. Known for social commentary and music with thought and opinion, Scott misses no targets. He does add some lively humor and a few new sounds to his mix. Like the packaging, "They Call Me Mr. Free" delivers punch and example of 

the "Free" humor. Make no mistake, the bite is there and in full everlovin' Scott Free style and grit. 

    Generous with his community and fans, Free supplies sixteen new  tracks plus two bonus cuts on "They Call Me Mr. Free". An eclectically blended mix of theme, style, genre, and emotion bring this experience to consistent thrills. Beginning with, "The Muffin Song", a steady rocking beat, "Free" lyrics, combined with the talents of Robert Urban (lead guitar & mixed by) and Anthony Maulella on drums make for a strong opening. Continuing in strength and depth with rap style "Another Day Of The Cruelty" Scott does not lighten the pace. The bite is back indeed as Free deals a rap on high school cruelty. The standard is set, and all of "They Call me Mr. Free" is high standard indeed.

    The Scott Free classic style is well represented as well by power anthems; "When Queers Become Rocks Stars", "Ronald Reagan's Funeral" and especially for this Free-fan, "Battle Hymn Of The Intolerant". Closing the first sixteen tracks with "The Emperor's New Song" and "Who Do I Thank?" is the cap to a perfect "Free" experience. Always leaving you wanting more, Scott again brings musical light while opening the door to the next.  Bonus tracks include "Dead Guys" and "Zombies", which have a new life of their own in the queer horror film genre. Always surprising and fulfilling, Scott Free's latest, "They Call Me Mr. Free" is no exception. A growth empowered strong "Free" brings his message to the front with clever flair. A must for all "Free-fans" and enlightened queer music collectors.

For more information on Scott Free, his music, Homolatte and to get your copies of his talented offerings, visit his website.

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