In the hallowed halls of Detroit's garage punk legacy, only one man remains committed to the original doctrine layed out by bands like Question Mark and the Mysterians and the Unrelated Segments. That man is Freddy Fortune.
Blasting off with Detroit-area chord mashers the Covingtons in 1988, the mid '90s found Fortune in an auspicious pairing with friend and collaborator Michael Maltese. The result, Fortune and Maltese and the Phabulous Pallbearers, would burn a trail of garage punk genius across the U.S. and abroad, spreading the gospel of lo-fi love to rock 'n' roll fans everywhere.
Now Fortune returns, once again bearing the torch for of Detroit garage with a new sound and a new ensemble. Freddy and the Four Gone Conclusion have but one purpose ladies and genlemen, to get you off your seat, on your feet and rockin' outta control.
Squares beware -- these guys mean business! Feast your ears into their debut platter running the gamut of chiming 12 String Janglers, Mersey Beat Maulers, Flipped Out Freak-Beat, & Seering Garage Punkers.
Not only that folks, the boys teamed up with Del Shannon's original keyboard man Mr. Max Crook and his Musitron, to cut an unissued in the 60's Del original called Stand Up.Finally have you ever pondered deep into the recesses of your little ol' brain, just whatever happened to that Little Black Egg, with the Little White Specks?? Well folks 36 years later the mystery is finally laid to rest right here on this platter.
Recorded and Produced by Freddy & the boys, and mixed at Detroit's mecca of garage, Ghetto Recorders with ! Jim Diamond. The album is a non stop powerhouse of 60's fueled Michigan Mayhem.