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Asian pressing of the 2008 sophomore solo album from one-half of Steely Dan includes the bonus track 'Dark Horse Dub'. It's only been 14 years since Walter Becker's last (and first) solo album was released. Now, at long last, the wait is finally over for the second. Circus Money finds Becker's sardonic sensibility completely intact and each of the album's songs, inflected with Jazz, Reggae and Rock phrasing, is a masterpiece of musical understat
Released 22 Jul 2008
As one half of Steely Dan, Walter Becker is responsible for some of the smartest, most musically sophisticated music ever to come under the "pop" umbrella, but he's always remained in Dan frontman Donald Fagen's shadow. It took him 14 years to follow up his solo debut, 11 TRACKS OF WHACK, but CIRCUS MONEY doesn't feel even remotely labored. Like its predecessor, it bears echoes of Steely Dan's breezy jazz/pop/rock sound, but doesn't feel as fussy
Released 10 Jun 2008
Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 2008.
Released 19 Feb 2008
Collecting ten studio tracks that Donald Fagen and Walter Becker recorded between 1968 and 1971 (prior to their 1972 debut album), OLD REGIME provides a fascinating look at the duo as they work on perfecting the sound that would make them one of the most critically respected rock acts of the seventies. Though the sound quality of these recordings is not quite as pristine as that of Steely Dan's celebrated albums, OLD REGIME makes for some wonderf
Released 15 Apr 2003
Demo Recordings;Nyc 1968-71Recorded between 1968 and 1971.Personnel: Donald Fagen (vocals, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals); Kenny Vance (vocals, drums, background vocals); Keith Lamelle Thomas (vocals, background vocals); Denny Dias (guitar, percussion); Walter Becker (guitar, background vocals); Elliott Randall (guitar); John Discepolo (keyboards, drums); John Mazzi (drums).Recording information: 1968-1971.Personnel: Walter Becker (voca
Released 28 Jun 2002
In the years before they formed Steely Dan and released the band's debut album, Can't Buy a Thrill, in 1972, Walter Becker and Donald Fagen made numerous demonstration recordings of their songs under the auspices of their manager, Kenny Vance of Jay & the Americans. Vance began leasing these recordings for commercial release starting in 1983 with the Aero Records album Becker and Fagen -- The Early Years, and since then various collections of the
Released 24 Apr 2001

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