Friday, June 22, 2007

Who Needs Babelfish? Primavera Band Profiles #3

Herman Dune

Ten albums and almost a decade of winding path by bizarre rock ways have been needed by the brothers David-Ivar and Andre Herman Dune to reach the superlative "Giant", a dyed soul wonder folk in which resound echoes of Bob Dylan, Ray Charles and Ottis Redding, amongst many others. Nomads by defintion and musically brought up in New York, Berlin, Paris, and Switzerland, Herman Dune debuted in 1998 with "Glow in the Dar", predicting the birth of anti-folk and, just right now that rudder of pop music is handled by the more eccentrics freaks of the new folk, they have left the main way to claim the 70's pop in great detail.

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