Post-classic rock fusion incorporating elements of rock, folk, blues, jazz, electronic, symphonic, latin, world and country influences.
Post-classic rock fusion incorporating elements of rock, folk, blues, jazz, electronic, symphonic, latin, world and country influences. F. J. Serafim - Vocals, Electric/Acoustic/Synth Guitars, Synthesizers, Pianos & Production "Hi Frederick, I liked the lyrical concept, the musical arrangements, musicianship and vocals... ....you are on the right track with your songwriting. Wishing you success with your music, Mike" (Moody Blues co-founder Mike Pinder) The above quick access player will close upon leaving this page. To play songs in an independent window, thus allowing for simultaneous multi-page navigation, just click the top right "Play" button, or on the songs below and songs on subsequent music pages. (For desktop/laptop users) Song order is based upon technical considerations and not any intended sonic or creative merit. Related Sites on Soundclick: Cryterion The Schizoid Visionaries - Satire, Music and Commentary For Frederick's releases on Spotify, iTunes or Deezer
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Album: Horizon Come
An uplifting bit of guitar and synth rock featuring compelling harmony vocals, melodies, hooks and riffs.
#53 today (Main)
Young summer love and sweet lead guitars. These days I clear out of South Padre before the March break mayhem begins, but it does make me harken back to the days of my youth.
#3 today (Sub-genre)
Eastern flavored rock regarding the many choices people face within the mysteries of this multi-faceted world.
#8 today (Sub-genre)
An upbeat shuffle written after a night of New Year's revelry. Stylisitically unusual for me, but sometimes you just need to have fun. (Jump Blues appears to be the closest SC category)
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Album: Dance of the Decades
Similar words have been sung before but it's a powerful enough sentiment, well worth repeating, that warranted this guitar and keys rocker.
#19 today (Sub-genre)
Breezy, Steely Dan-ish, feel-good jazz/rock vocals with some brash instrumental work portraying a setting of urban civility.
#33 today (Main)
Album: In Sanity
Growing up in Niagara Falls, suicide was just one jump away for many. This was written long ago while running a psychiatric self-help reform activism group.
Album: Horizon Come
Power ballad deriding the scourge of weapons violence in "christian" America, featuring lush harmonies and orchestration, plus some searing lead guitars.
#18 today (Sub-genre)
Album: Land of Kings
Provocative lyrics, hard rock chorus and break, with melodic verses featuring some animated piano.
#17 today (Sub-genre)