Dean Friedman - Download Page
RUMPLED ROMEO - Download Page
This is an album of teenage love songs, including the irrepressible hit, 'McDonald's Girl', originally banned by the BBC, covered by the Barenaked Ladies, #1 in Norway for the Blenders and now a national TV and radio commercial for McDonalds. It's a concept album of sorts, telling a tale in song of sweet adolescent romance, angst and adventure, beginning with their very First Date. Until recently an overlooked fan-favorite and one of my personal favorite albums. It also includes four bonus tracks - 'I Didn't Mean to Make You Cry', 'Nookie in the Mail', 'Follow Your Heart' and the often requested 'The Lakelands'. Listen and decide for yourself.
Here's how it works:
Option (A): If things are tight and your wallet's lookin' a little thin, just go ahead and use the link(s), at the very bottom of this page, to download, 'Rumpled Romeo', for free. (maybe bring some friends along to the next gig I play in your neighborhood)
Option (B): If, on the other hand, things are honky-dory, and you'd like to contribute something to the cost of creating all this cool, original music, simply click on one of the DONATE links below (you can pay in dollars, pounds or euros, with any debit or credit card or via PayPal), then come back to this page and download the new album.
Choose from the following download options: 1. CD-quality .wav (lossless) audio or 2. excellent sounding, compressed .mp3 (192k) audio.
[NOTE: wav files are larger, take longer to download and take up more room on your hard-drive, but sound equal to a CD. mp3 files are smaller, download quicker and take up less room on your hard-drive. They're also the standard for iPods and other mp3 players. Also, these files are zipped, so you'll need a program like WinZip to unzip the files, once they're on your harddrive. Any problems just email me at email@example.com]
wav (lossless) [size: 511Mb ]
mp3 (192k) [size: 79Mb ]
Thanks for listening and enjoy the music!
PS: After you've listened, drop me a line and let me know what you think!
copyright (c) 2011 Dean Friedman Productions