Because we fans love our tunes, I’m sharing and adding some of my Favorite CD’s and LP’s to the site! Above is a more recent photo of Martin, most likely from Jazz on the Corner!
I read recently that Martin Freeman’s a huge fan of Motown! I grew up with Motown myself, so I love this CD! It was put together by Martin in February 2006! My two favorite songs from this CD are Ball of Confusion by The Temptations, and Never Can Say Goodbye by The Jackson 5. This CD seems almost impossible to find, but you can listen to it at: AllMUSIC.Com
Another must own CD/LP would be Jazz On The Corner, released March 23rd 2018! Although the whole CD is brilliant, my two favorites tracks would be The Rhythm Changes and If You’re Going To The City! This CD/LP was produced by Martin Freeman and Eddie Piller! And you can still purchase it online!
Another Freeman that’s grabbed my attention is, Jamie Freeman! Recently I mentioned two videos by The Jamie Freeman Agreement, Hasia Dreams, and The Knight! In 2013 100 Miles from Town was released, it’s a CD you can still purchase online, with an amazing soundtrack!
To add to the Freeman LP/CD collection, I highly recommend some Frazier Chorus! Tim Freeman with Frazier Chorus, started releasing albums during the mid-eighties. Here’s just a few of those early albums! Learn more about Tim and his past projects at Discogs!
Sloppy Heart released in 1987
Sue released in 1989
Ray was released in 1990
Again we fans wish Martin a Very Happy Birthday!
In Honor of our favorite little Sherlock, Tom Stoughton, whom showed us how to [Floss Like A Boss], during Sherlocked 2018! We’ve designed another t-shirt for charity! Upon Tom’s request, the money collected from these t-shirts will go to UK Alzheimer’s Society. Purchase a t-shirt at: Sherlock, Floss Like A Boss!
BUY A T-SHIRT and help a favorite charity! Club member Kayleigh Tipton is raising money for an Amazing Charity, while honoring one of our favorite talents on his Birthday! For Martin Freeman’s 47th Birthday, Kayleigh has designed this Amazing T-Shirt! John Watson, You keep me right! Money collected goes to GOSH [Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity]