Dean Friedman Lyrics


In the summer of 1977, Dean Friedman marked his entry into
pop consciousness with the enormous success of his
infectious hit single Ariel, a quirkily irresistible and
uncategorizable pop song about a free spirited, music
loving, vegetarian Jewish girl in a peasant blouse who
lived, as the lyric goes, "...way on the other side of the
Hudson."

A year later, Friedman struck again, this time with a
magical duet, performed with singer Denise Marsa, entitled
Lucky Stars. Lucky Stars zoomed to the top of the UK
singles charts going More...




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Dean Friedman's Best Song - and that's a hard choice... | Reviewer: Raybo Ji
    ------ About the song Lydia performed by Dean Friedman

I got turned onto Dean Friedman by a young woman who was a great singer/songwriter in her own right, many years ago in Palo Alto, CA. I instantly loved many of his songs. They were pop, but had such great lyrics and hooks they were better than 98% of what was out there at the time. I have often wondered why Dean's career never really took off, he has an amazing tenor voice besides his great melody and lyric skills.
Anyway, the song Lydia is my personal favorite, because it is such a unique storyline, and it is a story. It's also very believable, it may even be true. "I can offer you nothing at all..."


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