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Alexandru Andries

Alexandru Andries

Alexandru Andries


Born in Brașov (Romania) on October 13, 1954, Alexandru Andrieș studied at the "Ion Mincu" Institute of Architecture. He is a member of the Romanian Union of Architects, the Romanian Writers Society, and the Romanian Society of Song and Poetry Writers. His musical debut was in Club A, and at the "Jazz & Rock Festival" in Brașov, where he accompanied Basorelief, one of the Romanian progressive rock experiments. Nonetheless, his first album was released only in 1984 at Electrecord Read more on Last.fm
Born in Brașov (Romania) on October 13, 1954, Alexandru Andrieș studied at the "Ion Mincu" Institute of Architecture. He is a member of the Romanian Union of Architects, the Romanian Writers Society, and the Romanian Society of Song and Poetry Writers. His musical debut was in Club A, and at the "Jazz & Rock Festival" in Brașov, where he accompanied Basorelief, one of the Romanian progressive rock experiments. Nonetheless, his first album was released only in 1984 at Electrecord, the only Romanian music publisher during the Communist regime.

It is called "Interioare" (1984) / "Interiors" (1985). Soon followed a few country covers, released in 1986, another album, called "Rock'n'Roll" (1987), "Despre distanțe" (1988), and "Trei oglinzi" (1989). He managed to create the image of a disident singer-songwriter who opposed the Communist dictatorship of the period with smart lyrics and a funny personality, such as, following the fall of Communism in December 1989, his "Interzis" album ("Forbidden" 1990), which contained all the forbidden songs during the previous years, summoned him to a VIP status. Andrieș remained nonetheless the same, he continued to enjoy both architecture, music, and painting.

He is also famous for playing in more than 3100 concerts during his activity. Along his long career he coquetted with: voice, guitar, piano and harmonica. His post-Communist era albums bear witness of many experiments, from jazz sounds to Bob Dylan covers, and a soft-rock approach that led to the ultimate definition of a particular Alexandru Andrieș style. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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