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Performer: Steely Dan
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Album: A Decade Of Steely Dan
Released: 1985
Style: Jazz-Rock, Pop Rock, Fusion
MP3 version ZIP size: 1149 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1482 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 FM
Arranged By [Strings] – Johnny MandelBacking Vocals – Tim Schmit*Bass, Guitar – Walter BeckerDrums, Percussion – Jeff PorcaroPercussion – Victor FeldmanPiano – Donald FagenSteel Guitar – Cosmo CreekTenor Saxophone – Pete Christlieb
4:50
2 Black Friday
Backing Vocals – Donald Fagen, Michael McDonaldBass, Guitar – Walter BeckerDrums – Jeff PorcaroKeyboards – David Paich, Michael Omartian
3:33
3 Babylon Sisters
Arranged By [Horns] – Rob MounseyBacking Vocals – Diva Gray, Gordon Grody, Lani Groves, Leslie Miller, Patti Austin, Toni WineBass – Chuck RaineyClarinet [Bass] – George MargeClavinet, Electric Piano – Don GrolnickDrums – Bernard PurdieGuitar – Steve KhanPercussion – Crusher Bennett*Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Tom ScottTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Randy Brecker
5:51
4 Deacon Blues
Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta FieldsBass – Walter BeckerBrass – Chuck Findley, Lou McCreary*, Slyde HydeDrums – Bernard PurdieElectric Piano – Victor FeldmanGuitar – Larry Carlton, Lee Rittenour*Saxophone, Flute – Bill Perkins, Jackie Kelso, Jim Horn, Plas Johnson, Wayne ShorterSaxophone, Flute, Arranged By [Horns], Conductor [Horns] – Tom ScottSynthesizer – Donald FagenTenor Saxophone – Pete Christlieb
7:26
5 Bodhisattva
Bass – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim HodderGuitar, Soloist [1st] – Denny DiasGuitar, Soloist [2nd] – Jeff BaxterSynthesizer, Piano – Donald Fagen
5:16
6 Hey Nineteen
Backing Vocals – Frank Floyd, Zack Sanders*Bass, Guitar – Walter BeckerDrums – Rick MarottaElectric Piano, Synthesizer – Donald FagenGuitar – Hugh McCrackenPercussion – Steve Gadd, Victor Feldman
5:06
7 Do It Again
Bass – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim HodderGuitar – Jeff BaxterGuitar, Soloist – Denny DiasKeyboards – Donald FagenPercussion – Victor Feldman
5:56
8 Peg
Backing Vocals – Michael McDonaldBass – Chuck RaineyClavinet – Don GrolnickDrums – Rick MarottaElectric Piano, Backing Vocals – Paul GriffinGuitar – Jay Graydon, Steve KhanLyricon – Tom ScottPercussion – Gary Coleman, Victor Feldman
3:58
9 Rikki Don't Lose That Number
Acoustic Guitar – Dean ParksBacking Vocals – Donald Fagen, Tim Schmit*Bass – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim GordonGuitar, Soloist – Jeff BaxterPercussion – Victor FeldmanPiano – Michael Omartian
4:30
10 Reeling In The Years
Backing Vocals – David Palmer Bass – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim HodderGuitar – Denny Dias, Jeff BaxterGuitar, Soloist – Elliot Randall*Piano, Backing Vocals – Donald Fagen
4:35
11 East St. Louis Toodle-oo
Banjo – Dean ParksBass, Guitar – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim GordonKeyboards, Alto Saxophone – Donald FagenPercussion – Denny Dias
2:45
12 Kid Charlemagne
Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta FieldsBass – Chuck RaineyDrums – Bernard PurdieGuitar – Larry CarltonKeyboards – Don Grolnick, Paul Griffin
4:38
13 My Old School
Arranged By [Horns] – Jimmie HaskellBacking Vocals – Myrna Matthews, Patricia Hall, Sherlie MatthewsBass – Walter BeckerDrums – Jim HodderGuitar – Denny DiasGuitar, Soloist – Jeff BaxterHorns – Bill Perkins, Ernie Watts, John Rotella, Lanny MorganPiano – Donald Fagen
4:46
14 Bad Sneakers
Backing Vocals – Donald Fagen, Michael McDonaldBass – Chuck RaineyDrums – Jeff PorcaroGuitar – Hugh McCrackenGuitar, Soloist – Walter BeckerPercussion – Victor FeldmanPiano – Michael Omartian
3:16

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Record Service GmbH

Credits

  • Compiled By, Remastered By – Gary Katz
  • Producer – Gary Katz
  • Remastered By – Bob Ludwig, Roger Nichols
  • Written-By – Bubber Miley (tracks: 11), Donald Fagen (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 14), Duke Ellington (tracks: 11), Walter Becker (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 14)

Notes

Digitally remastered from the original first generation masters
All selections previously released
© 1985 MCA Records, Inc., ℗ 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1985 MCA Records, Inc.
Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 1056
  • Matrix / Runout: 229251957-2.3 RS
  • Other (France): WE 851
  • Other (DADC Mastering Code): DIDX-306

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
251 957-2, MCAD-5570 Steely Dan A Decade Of Steely Dan ‎(CD, Comp, RM) MCA Records, MCA Records 251 957-2, MCAD-5570 Europe 1985
CMCAD 11553 Steely Dan A Decade Of Steely Dan ‎(CD, Comp) MCA Records CMCAD 11553 Canada Unknown
CMCAD-5570 Steely Dan A Decade Of Steely Dan ‎(CD, Comp, Club, RE, RM) MCA Records CMCAD-5570 Canada 1993
MCD 05570, MCAD 5570 Steely Dan A Decade Of Steely Dan ‎(CD, Comp, RE, RM) MCA Records, MCA Records MCD 05570, MCAD 5570 Europe Unknown
MCAD-5570 Steely Dan A Decade Of Steely Dan ‎(CD, Comp, RM) MCA Records MCAD-5570 US Unknown
JoJolar
Seldom does it seem necessary to avail oneself of a compilation album, especially if one is a fan, knows the material, and has everything essential, where it’s easy enough to create your own compilation. For the most part compilations are rather strange birds, and while they certainly exist to give music lovers the hits, these albums seldom follow a linear defined timeline to move through the music, as was the case with the so called ‘definitive’ boxed set Citizen Dan, where as of its release, containing merely four discs, it could have easily been released as a remaster, being inclusive of all the band’s albums, plus bonus material from each of those outings … now that would have been something to wave a flag about.All of that being said, the now out of print A Decade of Steely Dan should be considered a companion CD to either the compilations Gold or Gold: Extended Version, which will fill in much of the lacking material, with the song “Babylon Sisters” being the only track that is repeated on both albums … there are differing versions of the songs "Bodhisattva" and “FM” on each album.The early editions of Decade have been well processed, and this compilation is just about the best you're gonna find when it comes to the toe tapping hits that were responsible for making Steely Dan a household name.Review by Jenell Kesler