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well well said the rocking chair

Remembered this from when I was a kid "borrowing" my big brothers albums. Searched for it -heard the first few bars and had to buy it.
Sit down, press play, kick back and remember the times we had nothing to do but listen to good music.....bliss.....

intelligent music

I loved this in my early 20's. Just as fabulous today. Well written lyrics about everyday life. S & M is extremely funny too!

Lucky Stars

This was a favourite in 1978 when i was 10, and 30 years on it's still a memorably different pop classic.
The New Jersey vocals were a welcome change to the usual smooth US tones, and Friedman's wit is a thread that works as well here as in his later works. Recommended.


Born: 1955 in Paramus, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of '70s rock's one-hit wonders, Dean Friedman spent the spring and summer of 1977 as one of a small army of musicians invading the pop charts from New Jersey. He was there, in the wake of Bruce Springsteen, Phoebe Snow, and Patti Smith, with an infectious Top 30 hit called "Ariel" on Cashman & West's Lifesong label, and a considerable amount of newspaper press, spurred by his local-boy-makes-good story and the management of Allen Pepper and Stanley Snadowsky, who were also owners of New York's...
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