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3.13 | 9 ratings | 2 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Hey Nineteen 5:04
2 Green Earrings 4:05
3 Deacon Blues 7:26
4 Chain Lightning 2:57
5 FM 4:50
6 Black Cow 5:07
7 King of the World 5:03
8 Babylon Sisters 5:51
9 Here At The Western World 4:01
10 Century's End 5:31
11 True Companion 5:10
12 Bodhisattva (Live) 7:40

Total Time 62:34

Line-up / Musicians

Jerome Aniton Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Patti Austin Vocals (bckgr)
Jeff Baxter Guitar
Walter Becker Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Crusher Bennett Percussion
Michael Brecker Sax (Tenor)
Randy Brecker Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Larry Carlton Guitar
Pete Christlieb Sax (Tenor)
Leroy Clouden Drums
Ronnie Cuber Sax (Baritone)
Rick Derringer Guitar
Denny Dias Guitar
Donald Fagen Synthesizer, Piano, Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Vocals, Performer
Wilton Felder Bass
Victor Feldman Percussion, Piano (Electric)
Venetta Fields Vocals (bckgr)
Frank Floyd Vocals (bckgr)
Steve Gadd Percussion
Jim Gordon Drums
Diva Gray Vocals (bckgr)
Paul Griffin Clavinet
Gordon Grody Vocals (bckgr)
Don Grolnick Piano, Piano (Electric), Clavinet
Lani Groves Vocals (bckgr)
Jimmy Haslip Bass
Jim Hodder Drums
Paul Humphrey Drums
Royce Jones Percussion, Vocals
Steve Jordan Drums
Walter Kane Clarinet (Bass)
Gary Katz Producer
Steve Khan Guitar
Clydie King Vocals (bckgr)
Will Lee Bass, Bass (Vocal)
George Marge Clarinet (Bass)
Rick Marotta Drums
Sherlie Matthews Vocals (bckgr)
Hugh McCracken Guitar
Michael McDonald Keyboards, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
Leslie Miller Vocals (bckgr)
Rob Mounsey Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Michael Omartian Piano
Dean Parks Guitar
Angela Patrick Vocals (bckgr)
Jeff Porcaro Percussion, Drums
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie Drums
Chuck Rainey Bass
Elliott Randall Guitar
Lee Ritemour Guitar
Lee Ritenour Guitar
Joe Sample Clavinet
Zachary Sanders Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
Timothy B. Schmit Vocals (bckgr)
Tom Scott Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Lew Soloff Trumpet

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STEELY DAN Gold ( Expanded Edition) ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(22%)
Good, but non-essential (56%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Chris S
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3 stars This was a reissue on an earlier compilation released in 1983 also titled Gold to agree with the new CD medium. It has an excellent assortment of songs like Green Earrings, Black Cow from Aja, the exquisite Here At The Western World off Royal Scam. The highlights on this package though are the two songs included from Donald Fagen's first solo album Nightfly. These are Century's End and True Companion. Also there is a classic live version of Bodhisattva from Santa Monica, I think, where the speaker introducing the band sounds totally wasted! It is very funny and no doubt apart from an excellent live version of the song, a humorous reason for Fagen and Becker to include it on the reissue.
Review by Kazuhiro
3 stars After the copyright had moved to MCA, having been announced as the first best album in 1991 was this album as CD though LP of the best 2 piece sets that had been announced from ABC in 1978 existed before. If the characteristic of the best album is considered, the composition of the tune collected to this album might be a little special selection. The tune offered to the tune and the movie that is unpublished in this album is collected though each representative's tune exists when thinking about the history of their music. The fan that this catches as not the simple best but one album might exist, too. They leap from the band of course as a combination of Fagen/Becker in around 1976 and an active fact is known well. If it is a real fan of Steely Dan, it will be able to enjoy composing if the tune of the name of Fagen and inquiring into the history of their music overall.

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