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  • songfactslastfm

    Dean Friedman talks to Bruce Pollock about the bittersweet success that came with his 1977 smash, "Ariel." Friedman also discusses his second big hit, which came 30 years the form of a McDonald's commercial. -

    November 2012
  • a_chap

    People ... go listen to Submarine Races. Good, no? Yes!! :-)

    November 2010
  • a_chap

    Dean's 2010 UK tour started last night folks....

    July 2010
  • DevilDave59

    Listening to Lydia now, great song, great memories of 1978.

    February 2010
  • ventlin

    Saw him on the Isle of Wight. He was great, even though he broke the pedal on the piano! He even apologised on behalf of the US for wrecking the global economy and turned Well Well Said the Rocking Chair into an ode to the credit crunch. Very entertaining guy.

    October 2008
  • Zincubus

    Saw him last night at The Met in Bury - extremely good performer , highlight was ending with Lucky Stars and having the audience sing the girlie part !!!

    October 2008
  • Gaynor7

    This is gorgeous... seeing him in a couple of weeks :o)

    October 2008
  • vonHerbert

    How can I get to hear Lydia?!

    September 2008
  • DandelionRadio

    You can hear a brief chat (3 mins or so) between Dean Friedman and our Dubster chaps while they were at Wickerman Festival - its about 2 hours into their show but why not listen to the whole lot ... or even better all of the shows. They loop all month. However, most of what we play might not be what a Friedman fan listens to. Who know - you might like it. See for times Paul - Backroom at Dandelion Radio

    September 2008
  • hybby

    i saw this guy at the renfrew ferry yesterday. he fucking ruled. i got to speak him after the show. what a cool guy!

    July 2008
  • _deeperthewound

    Just found Dean's 'Songs For Grownups' album in my late father's CD collection and gave it a listen. I like! Yet another artist to pass from my dad to me. :)

    August 2007
  • brackers

    I'm 20 and none of my friends like ol' Deano either. Thankfully my parents who got me into him love it so we always go along to his shows when he hits the UK! It's a great laugh if you can ever get to one, they're almost... informal, especially the last one I saw at the RNCM in Manchester!

    August 2007
  • somethingyoudid

    snap exactly autumnhills

    May 2007
  • AutumnHillsFox

    I just discovered Dean. I'm loving it. None of my friends get me though, I'm seventeen. Must be a generation thing.

    February 2007