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Steely Dan - The Summer Of 1993 download mp3 album
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The Summer Of 1993
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Art Rock
Released:
1996
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The Best of Steely Dan: Then and Now is a compilation album by Steely Dan, released in 1993. All songs written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Rikki Don't Lose That Number" (from Pretzel Logic, 1974) – 4:32. Peg" (from Aja, 1977) – 3:56. FM (No Static at All)" (non-album single from the FM soundtrack, 1978) – 5:05. Hey Nineteen" (from Gaucho, 1980) – 5:04. Deacon Blues" (from Aja, 1977) – 7:31.

Steely Dan is an American rock band founded in 1972 by core members Walter Becker (guitars, bass, backing vocals) and Donald Fagen (keyboards, lead vocals). Blending rock, jazz, traditional pop, R&B, and sophisticated studio production with cryptic and ironic lyrics, the band enjoyed critical and commercial success starting from the early 1970s until breaking up in 1981

Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Steely Dan, released in 1978. It has sold over two million units in the . The double album includes tracks from the band's first six studio albums and includes a previously unreleased song, "Here at the Western World", which was recorded during the sessions for The Royal Scam but not included on that album.

Boxset/Compilation, released in 1993. Songs, Tracks Listing. Steely Dan - Remastered (The Best of - Then and Now, 1999).

By. Steely Dan. Year of release: 1993 (Not an official release). Tour: 1993 tour (1993) Venue: Performing Arts Center. City: Saratoga Springs State: New York Date: August 22, 1993.

Steely Dan's Walter Becker on stage at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Indio, Calif. Brian van der Brug, Los Angeles Times)

Steely Dan finally released Gaucho, the follow-up to Aja, in late 1980, and it became another Top Ten hit for the group. During the summer of 1981, Becker and Fagen announced that they were parting ways. The following year, Fagen released his solo debut, The Nightfly, which became a critical and commercial hit. Fagen didn't record another album until 1993, when he reunited with Becker, who produced Kamakiriad. The album was promoted by the first Steely Dan tour in nearly 20 years, and while the record failed to sell, the concerts were very popular.

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Tracklist

1:1 Intro (The Royal Scam / Bad Sneakers / Aja) 7:56
1:2 Green Earrings 5:25
1:3 Bodhisattva 5:29
1:4 I.G.Y. 6:12
1:5 Josie (Part 1) 4:43
1:6 Josie (Part 2) 2:31
1:7 Hey Nineteen 6:29
1:8 Book Of Liars 4:32
1:9 Chain Lightning 6:34
1:10 Band Intro's 3:45
1:11 Green Flower Street 3:57
1:12 Home At Last 6:51
1:13 Black Friday 4:15
1:14 Tesla Shadows 6:12
2:1 Deacon Blues 8:11
2:2 Tomorrows Girls 6:40
2:3 Babylon Sisters 6:48
2:4 Reelin' In The Years 7:27
2:5 The Fall Of '92 6:12
2:6 Peg 4:40
2:7 Third World Man 6:30
2:8 Counter Moon / Teahouse On The Tracks 13:37
2:9 My Old School 8:24
2:10 FM 6:34

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Notes

Stereo soundboard from the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs, NY 22nd August 1993

Tracks are correct (incorrectly listed on rear artwork).

Josie is split into 2 tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L602
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L601
  • Agalen
This release has a couple of unfortunate blemishes. First, the copious amount of spelling errors like "Bhodista" and "Black Fridy." Second, Third World Man, Countermoon, Teahouse On The Tracks, My Old School, and FM are actually audience (and not soundboard) recordings. I've never been able to 100% confirm where they're from, but one version of this bootleg which I've seen making the rounds online says "probably LA," which would pin it down to the Greek Theater, September 8th, 1993. I suppose it's possible they're from the Saratoga show itself, but it's puzzling that the soundboard recording ends with Peg.