Dean Friedman - Ariel album flac
- Published By – Blendingwell Music, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lifesong Records, Inc.
- Produced For – Cashwest Productions, Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Producer – Rob Stevens
- Written-By – Dean Friedman
NotesVirtually identical label to Ariel but different pressing plants.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): LS 45022 AS
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): LS 45022 BS
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - A side runout etched): p LS 45022 AS-1B
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - B side runout etched): p LS 45022 BS-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - A side runout stamped): LS 45022 AS-1J [etched p]
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - B side runout stamped): LS 45022 BS-1J [etched p]
|17896 AT||Dean Friedman||Ariel (7", Single)||Lifesong||17896 AT||Netherlands||1977|
|102902||Dean Friedman||Ariel (7", Single)||Lifesong||102902||Australia||1977|
|LS 45022||Dean Friedman||Ariel (7", Single, Ter)||Lifesong||LS 45022||US||1977|
|LS 45022||Dean Friedman||Ariel (7")||Lifesong||LS 45022||UK||1977|
|17 931 AT||Dean Friedman||Ariel (7", Single)||Lifesong||17 931 AT||Germany||1977|
Dean Friedman's 1977 homage to Paramus, New Jersey (and Jewish girls in peasant blouses).
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Dean Friedman (born May 23, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter who plays piano, keyboard, guitar and other instruments, including the harmonica. Born and raised in Paramus, New Jersey, Friedman purchased his first guitar from Manny's Music with a bag of quarters he had saved when he was 9, in 1964, and started writing songs
Artist/Writer: Dean Friedman Album: Dean Friedman Year: 1977 Chart Position: (US) Label: Lifesong. That Dean Friedman's charmingly wistful and specific tale of the post-hippie "Ariel," from Paramus, NJ, was able to crash the Top 30 in 1977 was regarded by those who heard it as a funky, quirky, fluke of nature, amidst the moldy classic rock and disco artifacts dominating the radio waves at the time and the incendiary punk anthems roiling underground
Dean Friedman was signed to a small label called Lifesong Records, and "Ariel" was his first single. The song did so well on the New York radio station WNEW-FM that the station thought Friedman was enlisting his friends to call in and request the song. He moved there in 1998 when he released his album Songs For Grownups. More songs from Dean Friedman. More songs that were altered for radio.
This song is by Dean Friedman and appears on the album Dean Friedman (1977) and on the compilation Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, Vol. 20 (1993). Way on the other side of the Hudson,Deep in the bosom of suburbia,I met a young girl, she sang mighty fine,Tears on My Pillow and Ave Maria
Friedman Dean Dean Friedman Ariel Way on the other side of the Hudson Deep in the bosom of suburbia I met a young girl She sang mighty fine Tears on my pillow and Ave Maria. Standin' by the waterfall at Paramus park She was workin' for the friends of BAI She was collectin' quarters in a paper cup She was lookin' for change And so was I. She was a jewish girl I fell in love with her She wrote her number on the back of my hand I called her up I was all outta breath I said "Come hear me play in the rock and roll band". I took a shower and I put on my best blue jeans.
Gig Alert! Saturday, December 6th Dean Friedman gig at Kula's Woodshed, N. Hollywood, California. Deep in the bosom, hee hee hee.