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Aufray is known for his French language covers of Bob Dylan 's songs. Aufray knew Dylan and his work from his time in New York,  as well as from record shops, and his translations capture the rawness of the original songs. His sister was actress Pascale Audret — and his niece is actress Julie Dreyfus.
InAufray joined his father in Madrid, living there for three years. He first began writing songs for French singers. After finishing second in a singing Hugues Aufray - Garlick  he signed a record deal in Hugues Aufray - Garlick Eddie Barclay. From there, he went on to co-write and arrange many songs, drawing influence from folk, blues and rock.
InTanz Debil - Einstürzende Neubauten - 80-83 Strategien Gegen Architekturen sang a duet with Bob Dylan at a concert in Grenoble and performed with him in Paris as well.
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