I have heard it said by many story and songwriters that they often start with a title and then explore where such inspiration takes them. That may work for some, but Fred Abong has a different perspective. As with previous albums Homeless, Pulsing and OMOPH and now with his latest, Fear Pageant the title track is always written last, more a comment or afterword on the album itself, one that seeks to encompass all the ideas and moods that the album is a crucible for…

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