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Citizen Steely Dan 1972-1980

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Download links and information about Citizen Steely Dan 1972-1980 by Steely Dan. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 66 tracks with total duration of 04:51:14 minutes.

Artist: Steely Dan
Release date: 1993
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 66
Duration: 04:51:14
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Do It Again 5:55
2. Dirty Work 3:08
3. Kings 3:45
4. Midnight Cruiser 4:08
5. Only a Fool Would Say That 2:57
6. Reelin' in the Years 4:37
7. Fire in the Hole 3:28
8. Brooklyn (Owes the Charmer Under Me) 4:18
9. Change of the Guard 3:39
10. Turn That Heartbeat over Again 4:58
11. Bodhisattva 5:18
12. Razor Boy 3:11
13. The Boston Rag 5:39
14. Your Gold Teeth 6:59
15. Show Biz Kids 5:26
16. My Old School 5:46
17. King of the World 5:04
18. Pearl of the Quarter 3:49
19. Rikki Don't Lose That Number 4:32
20. Night by Night 3:39
21. Any Major Dude Will Tell You 3:08
22. Barrytown 3:22
23. East St. Louis Toodle-Oo 2:49
24. Parker's Band 2:45
25. Through With Buzz 1:34
26. Pretzel Logic 4:32
27. With a Gun 2:18
28. Charlie Freak 2:45
29. Monkey in Your Soul 2:36
30. Bodhisattva (Live) 7:44
31. Black Friday 3:41
32. Bad Sneakers 3:19
33. Rose Darling 3:05
34. Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More 3:15
35. Doctor Wu 3:57
36. Everyone's Gone to the Movies 3:44
37. Chain Lightning 3:01
38. Your Gold Teeth 2 4:14
39. Any World (That I'm Welcome To) 3:55
40. Throw Back the Little Ones 3:14
41. Kid Charlemagne 4:38
42. The Caves of Altamira 3:33
43. Don't Take Me Alive 4:15
44. Sign in Stranger 4:23
45. The Fez 4:00
46. Green Earrings 4:05
47. Haitian Divorce 5:51
48. Everything You Did 3:55
49. The Royal Scam 6:30
50. Here at the Western World 4:02
51. Black Cow 5:05
52. Aja (featuring Tom Scott) 8:00
53. Peg (featuring Tom Scott) 3:57
54. Deacon Blues 7:36
55. Home at Last (featuring Tom Scott) 5:35
56. I Got the News (featuring Tom Scott) 5:07
57. Josie 4:31
58. Fm 5:05
59. Babylon Sisters 5:49
60. Hey Nineteen 5:07
61. Glamour Profession 7:28
62. Gaucho 5:32
63. Time Out of Mind 4:13
64. My Rival 4:31
65. Third World Man 5:13
66. Everyone's Gone to the Movies (Demo Version) 3:59

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Between 1972 and 1980 Donald Fagen and Walter Becker had one of the most spectacularly unusual winning streaks in modern pop history, and Citizen Steely Dan collects the entire run. Steely Dan started the ‘70s as long-haired stoners and ended the decade as jazz-pop ironists, but through it all their music retained its essential qualities. Above all, these songs are exemplars of the art of studio recording. No other pop band has paid such attention to the details of its sound design, and “Do It Again,” “Hey Nineteen” and “Black Cow” are still the standard by which hi-fi systems are tested. Then there’s Fagen and Becker’s impeccable taste in collaborators, and their unerring determination to seamlessly blend elements of jazz, rock and pure pop music. Ultimately, what really sets Dan apart from dozens of ‘70s soundalikes is the lyrical content. These songs are peculiar snapshots of modern life, filled with strange characters, bizarre food and drink, and exotic, often seedy, locales. They can be dark and cerebral but because the music is so warm and well crafted, it goes down like Scotch spiked with maple syrup. Sixty-six pieces and not a dud in sight — few have ever had a better run.