THE BLACK AND REDNECK MINSTRELS by Fred Frees

THE BLACK AND REDNECK MINSTRELS by Fred Frees
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Voice actor Fred Frees, son of the legendary Paul (Boris Badenov) Frees, has just released his second comedy album, The Black and Redneck Minstrels. His second release if you don’t count all those ringtones for cats.

The Black and Redneck Minstrels is a collection of songs and comedy routines: a satire on racism from every angle. Well, it’s a very black and white album, isn’t it? But there’s not a single mention of Jeff Foxworthy or his massive empire. Except on this page.

“I Cut My Dog” is an a-capella number destined for internet radio play only. Fred moans about having cut his very faithful dog, because what else is he going to do with a quite spiffy brand-new Blackbean hunting knife? But he is arrested by the song’s end, don’t worry.

“KKK Woman” is the single. Hear Fred get his ass whipped by his sexy KKK girlfriend, who refuses to drink her coffee black, yet tolerates all Denzel Washington movies (except Malcolm X, of course).

“We Sing the Song of the South” tries to understand, through very Amos ‘n’ Andy cottonmouth, just why Disney still hasn’t released their Oscar-winning Zipadee movie.

“Slavation” shows the ambitions of a black man aboard a slave ship, and the intense interview scrutiny that we all must face in becoming slaves.

There are other tracks, but you get the idea. Hell, the whole album’s only 41 minutes long, so why not give it a listen? No one has to know.

Praise for Fred Frees’ previous album, Fred Frees Presents:

“Fred Frees has put the X back in Christmas with these personal, unique, and very funny songs.”
- Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre

 

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