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Steely Dan was basically formed by two ex-New York Band College members, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who became the great co-writers and driving force behind this mainly studio band in 1971. These recordings are from their pre-David Katz 'Can't Buy a Thrill' album in 1972, which immediately attracted great acclaim for it's tunes and immaculate musicianship which was to be the trademark of Steely Dan. Over the years, Musicians of high calibre came and went in the Steely Dan line-ups, and the band became unhappy with live performances which basically ended in 1974, due to Fagen's dislike to being frontman of the band.
Steely Dan was basically formed by two ex-New York Band College members, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who became the great co-writers and driving force behind this mainly studio band in 1971. These recordings are from their pre-David Katz 'Can't Buy a Thrill' album in 1972, which immediately attracted great acclaim for it's tunes and immaculate musicianship which was to be the trademark of Steely Dan. Over the years, Musicians of high calibre came and went in the Steely Dan line-ups, and the band became unhappy with live performances which basically ended in 1974, due to Fagen's dislike to being frontman of the band.
5032427042405

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 02/09/2018
UPC: 5032427042405

Origins Of Steely Dan: Android Warehouse
Artist: Donald Fagen / Becker,Walter
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Android Warehouse
2. A Horse in Town
3. More to Come
4. Parker's Band
5. Ida Lee
6. Stone Piano
7. Any World
8. Take It Out on Me
9. This Seat's Been Taken 1
10. Barry Town

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Steely Dan was basically formed by two ex-New York Band College members, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who became the great co-writers and driving force behind this mainly studio band in 1971. These recordings are from their pre-David Katz 'Can't Buy a Thrill' album in 1972, which immediately attracted great acclaim for it's tunes and immaculate musicianship which was to be the trademark of Steely Dan. Over the years, Musicians of high calibre came and went in the Steely Dan line-ups, and the band became unhappy with live performances which basically ended in 1974, due to Fagen's dislike to being frontman of the band.
        
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