Becker & Fagen - Steely Dan Collection album
Gold is a compilation album by Steely Dan, released in 1982. It mostly comprises hits both post-dating and not included on their 1978 Greatest Hits, essentially acting as "Volume 2"; it also features additional album tracks, offering a broad perspective on the band's career to that point
Album · 2011 · 14 Songs. The Dave Cash Collection: Before the Dan. 2011. Pop Masters: Brain Tap Shuffle.
Becker missed two Steely Dan concerts in July this year due to ill health. In a statement released shortly after the announcement of Becker’s death, Fagen wrote: Walter Becker was smart as a whip, an excellent guitarist and a great songwriter. He was cynical about human nature, including his own, and hysterically funny. Fagen added that he intended to continue to keep the music we created together alive as long as I can with the Steely Dan band. Mark Ronson (Ronson).
Music By – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker. Sleeve containing two discs in jewel cases with their own printed sleeves. Marketplace 0 6 For Sale from €. 9.
Steely Dan - named after a dildo in the William Burroughs novel Naked Lunch - dissolved after its 1980 album, Gaucho, though Mr. Becker and Mr. Fagen stayed in contact. In 1993, Mr. Fagen re-emerged as Steely Dan, leading a band that would tour frequently well into 2017. Steely Dan’s songwriting and recording process remained painstaking; it released only two more studio albums, Two Against Nature in 2000 and Everything Must Go in 2003. But unlike its 1970s incarnation, Steely Dan thrived onstage.
On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Steely Dan Sessions: Interpretations of Unrealized Classics (A Tribute to Walter Becker and Donald Fagen) (2017).
Becker was largely absent from the musical stage during Steely Dan’s extended separation from 1981-93. However, album rockers lofted the 1974 collection Pretzel Logic to No. 8. Driven mainly by the work of such jazz-bred sidemen as saxophonists Jerome Richardson and Ernie Watts and bassist Wilton Felder of the Crusaders, the album included the No. 4 single Rikki Don’t Lose That Number, which baldly lifted the keyboard hook of jazz keyboardist Horace Silver’s Song For. My Father.
|2||–Steely Dan||Old Regime||3:06|
|3||–Steely Dan||Soul Ram||2:04|
|4||–Steely Dan||Let George Do It||3:00|
|5||–Steely Dan||I Can't Function||3:57|
|6||–Steely Dan||Don't Let Me In||4:08|
|7||–Steely Dan||Come Back Baby||4:02|
|8||–Steely Dan||Brain Tap Shuffle||2:55|
|9||–Steely Dan||Yellow Peril||3:58|
|10||–Steely Dan||Mock Turtle Song||3:25|
|11||–Becker* / Fagen*||Barrytown||2:44|
|12||–Becker* / Fagen*||Charly Freak||2:35|
|13||–Becker* / Fagen*||Caves Of Altimira||3:17|
|14||–Becker* / Fagen*||Parker's Band||2:12|
|15||–Becker* / Fagen*||Any World That I'm Welcome To||3:37|
|16||–Becker* / Fagen*||Take It Out On Me||2:20|
|17||–Becker* / Fagen*||The Roaring Of The Lamb||3:03|
|18||–Becker* / Fagen*||A Horse In Town||2:55|
|19||–Becker* / Fagen*||More To Come||2:50|
|20||–Becker* / Fagen*||Oh Wow It's You Again||2:39|
|21||–Becker* / Fagen*||Sum Mountain||2:50|
|22||–Becker* / Fagen*||Stone Piano||2:15|
|23||–Becker* / Fagen*||You Go Where I Go||2:39|
|24||–Becker* / Fagen*||A Little With Sugar||3:27|
|25||–Becker* / Fagen*||This Seat's Been Taken||2:39|
- Licensed From – Prestige Records Ltd.
- Licensed From – San Juan Music Group
- Music By – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker
NotesA Product from Holland
Pressed in France
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 712155 020193
- Rights Society: Biem/Stemra
- Matrix / Runout: COL 056 MPO 01 @@ 1
- Mould SID Code: IFPI120E
|CCSCD 193||Becker* & Fagen*||Becker* & Fagen* - The Collection (CD, Comp)||Castle Communications||CCSCD 193||Europe||1988|
|CCSLP 193||Becker* & Fagen*||Becker* & Fagen* - The Collection (2xLP, Comp)||Castle Communications||CCSLP 193||UK||1988|
|CCSMC 193||Becker* & Fagen*||Becker* & Fagen* - The Collection (Cass, Album, Comp, Dol)||Castle Communications||CCSMC 193||UK||1988|