TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Steely Dan’s ‘Aja’
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Steely Dan’s ‘Aja’ Steely Dan Steely Dan, she gave a nod of approval and asked to see the album cover. She studied it and handed it , I appreciate that the beauty of Steely Dan’s music is found in its sonic flawlessness enveloping and Miles Davis in my household primed me for the sonic brilliance that is Steely Dan’s Aja. One of Happy 40th Anniversary to Steely Dan’s sixth studio album Aja, originally released September 23 Steely Dan’s discography, the formative years of which for me, surfaced from 2nd grade right up through
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Steely Dan’s “Do It Again” (1972)
Steely Dan ARTIST: Steely Dan TITLE: “Do It Again” ALBUM: Can’t Buy a Thrill (1972) WATCH/LISTEN: Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Steely Dan’s “Do It Again” (1972) “Do It Again” appears on Steely Dan’s 1972 debut album ‘Can't Buy a Thrill’
Walter Becker: Remembered & Revered
Theatre in New York City. It was on a whim; my friend Matthew and I had been Steely Dan fans for Steely Dan The Ramble The first time I saw Steely Dan was September 17, 2011, “Rarities Night” at the Beacon puzzle we never actually plan on finishing. The Duo I saw Steely Dan three times on 2016’s The Dan Who two of them. Two Against Nature indeed. The Absence In all, I saw Steely Dan six times; five of has done it at every Steely Dan show we have ever seen, each one different, each one location Though the Steely Dan co-founder's song was cut far too short, he has left us with a body of music that will outlive us all.
100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Steely Dan’s ‘Can’t Buy a Thrill’ (1972)
Steely Dan listen closely, I swear that it's basically a map of the female orgasm. It's not the best Steely Dan album 100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Steely Dan’s ‘Can’t Buy a Thrill’ (1972) Album” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. STEELY DAN | Can’t Buy a Thrill
Happy 70th Birthday to Donald Fagen, Born January 10, 1948
Fagen was one of the two masterminds behind Steely Dan, the seminal jazz-pop band of the '70s Fagen. Steely Dan toured several of their classic albums in 2009, by which time Fagen had become a same ground as the last two Steely Dan albums, yet surpassed them in terms of ambition and Steely Dan contemporary charts, but it was overshadowed by the duo's decision to re-form Steely Dan and tour for the the material for his second album. With his former Steely Dan partner Walter Becker producing, 1993
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 35 Years of Donald Fagen’s Debut Album ‘The Nightfly’
Steely Dan breakup of Steely Dan, is a masterwork of production, one of the earliest examples of fully-digital
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Steely Dan’s Debut Album ‘Can’t Buy a Thrill’
would mark Steely Dan’s sound from here on out, right down to and including Denny Dias’ wire-tight he is not a Steely Dan fan, likes this song. The biggest shame, of course, is that David Palmer was jokes. Elliot Randall plays one of many instantly-iconic Steely Dan solos on “Reelin’ in the Years Steely Dan labyrinth the entire album is! BUY Steely Dan’s Can’t Buy a Thrill via Amazon | iTunes LISTEN: TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Steely Dan’s Debut Album ‘Can’t Buy a Thrill’ Steely Dan’s dynamic 1972 debut LP signaled the arrival of the pair’s burgeoning musical vision and penchant for sonic innovation. Happy 45th Anniversary to Steely Dan’s debut album Can’t Buy a Thrill, originally released in
READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Steely Dan Album of All Time Revealed
Many thanks to everyone who recently voted for their favorite Steely Dan album as part of About Steely Dan here VIEW Previous Readers’ Polls here Steely Dan READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Steely Dan Album of All Time Revealed | 2003 | 24 votes (1% of total) | Buy EXPLORE Steely Dan’s discography via Amazon | iTunes READ MORE Steely Dan have crafted many classic albums, but which one is YOUR favorite?
Donald Fagen’s ‘Kamakiriad’ Turns 25 | An Anniversary Retrospective
Steely Dan took great delight in texting it to my friend (and fellow Steely Dan fanatic) Matthew. But things a Steely Dan reunion, and the two treated us to one of the hottest-selling concert tours of 1993 like “Cousin Dupree” and “Gaslighting Abbie” on Steely Dan’s Grammy-winning Two Against Nature in 2009
Loves of Her Life: Albumism’s Libby Cudmore Selects the 10 Albums She Can’t Live Without
that combines a sort of Steely Dan masterwork with quirky, strange little lyrics. Who else could be through all of college. Steely Dan | The Royal Scam | 1976 | Buy | Aja may be the greatest Steely Dan album, but The Royal Scam is my favorite Steely Dan album. “Green Earrings” ranks high in my Steely Dan song rankings, and “Kid Charlemagne” is the Greatest Rock Song Ever Written. Fight me, I
Albumism Welcomes Sonya Alexander as Our Newest Contributor
Wailers | Natty Dread (1974) Steely Dan | Aja (1977) Various Artists | Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack (1977)
Albumism Welcomes Libby Cudmore as Our Newest Contributor
The Smiths | The Queen is Dead Steely Dan | The Royal Scam Tom Waits | Rain Dogs Warren Zevon | Excitable Boy
50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Billy Joel’s ‘Kohuept’ (1987)
Dan, but I’ll give credit where credit is due. At his peak, Joel was an electric performer, shaking ) Selected by Libby Cudmore I am as famous for my hatred of Billy Joel as I am for my love of Steely
Albumism Welcomes Tara Maggiulli as Our Newest Contributor
| Rumours (1977) Carly Rae Jepsen | E•MO•TION (2015) Steely Dan | Aja (1977) Yes | Fragile (1971)
50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: 'The New York Rock & Soul Revue: Live at the Beacon Theatre’ (1991)
Love.” With Walter Becker occasionally joining in, the Revue paved the way for the Steely Dan reunion
ALBUM REVIEW: Feist Strips Down Her Sound on Unconventional ‘Pleasure’
old (34). I listen to Steely Dan and Warren Zevon, all of my skirts are black and I have a haircut
Happy Birthday to Michael McDonald, Born February 12, 1952
sound to suit shifting popular tastes. After singing backup on several Steely Dan albums in the mid-'70s
SOUNDTRACK SALUTE: Seven ‘70s Soundtracks That Still Sound Dyn-o-mite Today
: “FM” (Steely Dan) | “Tumbling Dice” (Linda Ronstadt) | “Poor, Poor, Pitiful Me” (Linda Ronstadt) BUY the FM Soundtrack via Amazon of what ‘70s radio rock was like. Aside from the excellent title track by Steely Dan, it features
ALBUM REVIEW: Czarface & MF DOOM Deliver Dream-Team Collaboration ‘Czarface Meets Metal Face’
/ Off the roof of the duplex, willing to group text / With Steely Dan, Groot, fuckin' baby Groot, the
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Warren Zevon’s ‘Excitable Boy’
-esque little ditty. Normally songs about heroin freak me out (see also, Steely Dan, “Time Out of Mind
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