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Ebn-Ozn

Ebn-Ozn

Ebn-Ozn


Ebn-Ozn (often spelled Ēbn-Ōzn) was the New Wave duo of Ned "EBN" Liben (synthesizer) and Robert "OZN" Rosen (organ, vocals) that made a small splash in the music scene with the single, AEIOU Sometimes Y, in 1983. The duo came together in the early '80s in New York when Rosen met Liben through a friend of his girlfriend. Soon after meeting they started spending time together in clubs listening to different types of dance music. In 1983 they released two singles on Elektra Records Read more on Last.fm
Ebn-Ozn (often spelled Ēbn-Ōzn) was the New Wave duo of Ned "EBN" Liben (synthesizer) and Robert "OZN" Rosen (organ, vocals) that made a small splash in the music scene with the single, AEIOU Sometimes Y, in 1983. The duo came together in the early '80s in New York when Rosen met Liben through a friend of his girlfriend. Soon after meeting they started spending time together in clubs listening to different types of dance music. In 1983 they released two singles on Elektra Records, AEIOU Sometimes Y and Bag Lady (I Wonder), with the former becoming a modern rock radio staple for a short while, and the latter a minor radio hit. Both had videos that received significant airplay on MTV.

The video for "Bag Lady" features actress Imogene Coca in the title role. Their only LP, Feeling Cavalier, included both singles and was released in January 1984. The duo then went their separate ways. Liben went on to work with comedian Judy Tenuta (as her music director) and Scritti Politti, while Rosen formed a studio group, before leaving music to become a screenwriter. Liben passed away in 1998 of a heart attack.

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