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Steely Dan - Everything Must Go Album

Steely Dan - Everything Must Go Album
Title:
Everything Must Go
Performer:
Steely Dan
Style:
Pop Rock, Fusion
Released:
2003
Catalog:
9362-48435-1
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2703 mb
FLAC album size:
1837 mb
Genre:
Label:
Reprise Records

Tracklist


1Slang Of Ages
Backing Vocals – Ada Dyer, Carolyn Leonhart, Catherine Russell, Michael Harvey, Tawatha AgeeDrums – Keith CarlockElectric Piano [Rhodes], Organ, Synthesizer – Donald FagenElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Ted BakerGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPercussion – Gordon GottliebSaxophone [Tenor] – Walt WeiskopfTrumpet – Michael LeonhartVocals, Bass – Walter Becker
4:14
2Green Book
Backing Vocals – Carolyn Leonhart, Catherine Russell, Cindy MizelleBass, Guitar [Solo] – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPiano – Ted BakerVocals, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Organ, Percussion, Synthesizer [Solo] – Donald Fagen
5:55
3The Last Mall
Backing Vocals – Catherine Russell, Cindy MizelleBass, Guitar [Solo] – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPiano – Ted BakerSaxophone [Alto] – Walt WeiskopfSaxophone [Baritone] – Roger RosenbergTrombone – Jim PughTrumpet – Tony KadleckVocals, Electric Piano [Rhodes, Wurlitzer] – Donald Fagen
3:36
4Everything Must Go
Backing Vocals – Brenda White-King, Tawatha AgeeBass, Percussion – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPiano – Ted BakerSaxophone [Tenor Solo] – Walt WeiskopfVocals, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Clavinet, Percussion – Donald Fagen
6:45
5Godwhacker
Backing Vocals – Catherine Russell, Tawatha AgeeBass, Guitar [Solo] – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Bill CharlapGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonVocals, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Synthesizer [Solo], Percussion – Donald Fagen
4:57
6Blues Beach
Backing Vocals – Carolyn LeonhartBass, Guitar [Solo] – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Ted BakerGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPercussion – Gordon GottliebVocals, Piano, Organ – Donald Fagen
4:27
7Things I Miss The Most
Backing Vocals – Carolyn LeonhartBass, Guitar [Solo] – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPercussion – Gordon GottliebPiano – Ted BakerSaxophone [Tenor] – Walt WeiskopfTrumpet – Michael LeonhartVocals, Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Donald Fagen
3:58
8Pixeleen
Backing Vocals – Michael HarveyBacking Vocals [Featured] – Carolyn LeonhartBass – Walter BeckerClarinet – Ken HitchcockDrums – Keith CarlockGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPercussion – Gordon GottliebPiano – Bill CharlapSaxophone [Baritone] – Roger RosenbergSaxophone [Tenor] – Walt WeiskopfTrombone – Jim PughTrumpet – Michael LeonhartVocals, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Organ – Donald Fagen
4:00
9Lunch With Gina
Backing Vocals – Michael HarveyBass – Walter BeckerDrums – Keith CarlockElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Ted BakerGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Jon HeringtonPercussion – Gordon GottliebSaxophone [Tenor] – Chris Potter Trumpet – Michael LeonhartVocals, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Synthesizer [Solo] – Donald Fagen
4:25


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
48435-2Steely Dan Everything Must Go ‎(CD, Album)Reprise Records48435-2US2003
48435-2Steely Dan Everything Must Go ‎(CD, Album, RE)Reprise Records48435-2USUnknown
noneSteely Dan Everything Must Go ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Steely Dan)noneRussia2003
9326484352Steely Dan Everything Must Go ‎(CD, Album)Reprise Records9326484352Australia2003
48490-2Steely Dan Everything Must Go ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V)Reprise Records48490-2US2003


Credits


  • Arranged By [Horns]Donald Fagen
  • Composed By, Arranged ByDonald Fagen, Walter Becker
  • CoverWB
  • DesignCarol Bobolts
  • Edited By [Additional]Larry Alexander
  • EngineerDave Russell, Elliot Scheiner, Roger Nichols, TJ Doherty
  • Engineer [Assistant]Keith Nelson , Matt Scheiner, Steve Mazur , Suzy Barrows, TJ Doherty, Todd Parker
  • Mastered ByDarcy Proper
  • Mixed ByElliot Scheiner
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Joe Peccerillo
  • Photography By [Band]Danny Clinch
  • Photography By [Cover]Charles Gullung
  • Photography By [Watches]Sara Foldenauer
  • ProducerDonald Fagen, Walter Becker


Notes


Lyric and credit inner.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0 9362-48435-1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (A): 1-48435-A-INTL-SET 2 B381940-01 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (B): 1-48435-B-INTL-SET 1 B381940-01 B1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


Companies


  • Published By – Freejunket Music
  • Published By – Zeon Music
  • Recorded At – Sear Sound
  • Recorded At – Skyline Studios
  • Recorded At – River Sound
  • Recorded At – Hyperbolic Sound
  • Recorded At – Bearsville Studios
  • Mixed At – Presence Studios
  • Mastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City


Album


Everything Must Go is the ninth studio album by American rock group Steely Dan. It was released on June 10, 2003, by Reprise Records, and was the band's second album following their 20-year studio hiatus spanning 1980 through 2000, when they released Two Against Nature. Everything Must Go is the last studio album with founding member Walter Becker before his death in 2017 and the most recent album to date. Everything Must Go - Steely Dan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2003 9 Songs. The Very Best of Steely Dan. Can't Buy a Thrill. Everything Must Go. Steely Dan - Everything Must Go 2003. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Steely Dan. Songs in album Steely Dan - Everything Must Go 2003. Steely Dan - The Last Mall. Steely Dan - Things I Miss The Most. Steely Dan - Blues Beach. Steely Dan - Godwhacker. Steely Dan - Slang Of Ages. Steely Dan - Green Book. Steely Dan - Pixeleen. As premonitions go, Everything Must Go is well-turned but overfamiliar. So as with Aja - the duos biggest and very nearly emptiest record - its value ultimately reduces to textured dimensionality and tasty licks. Me, I can name many saxophonists Id rather hear 100 seconds of than Walt Weiskopf, who plays the inflated intro to the climactic title tune. Popular on Rolling Stone. In This Article: Steely Dan. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. Everything Must Go is the ninth and most recent album by Steely Dan, originally released June 10, 2003. It was Steely Dan's second album following their 20-year studio hiatus, which spanned from 1980 through 2000. Everything Must Go was released three years after their Grammy-winning and certified double-platinum release Two Against Nature. It was a departure from their previous release in that the arrangements were scaled back, the solos were kept tighter, and the album had a more overall live feel. It is also the first time Walter Becker was featured on lead vocals on an official Steely. Certainly, Everything Must Go, builds on the chirpy vibe of Two Against. Despite the often grim subject matter of these nine songs, this could be the sardonic duo's happiest-sounding record yet. This works for and against them. They've seemingly shrugged off the last album's rather obsessive subject matter of old men and considerably younger girls, though Walter Becker's vocal debut on ''Slang Of Ages'' puts one in mind of the sleaziest of chat-ups. Summary: What sounds like a Steely Dan clearance sale is actually the veteran duo's first album of new material since their 2000 comeback effort 'Two Against Nature. Record Label: Warner Brothers. Genres: Rock


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Reviews:
  • POFOD
Please ... Does anyone know who many German pressing there were?
  • ALAN
Super record, though I despise the flimsy EU jackets. I managed to find a nearly flawless copy for just around $100US, so I'm gonna smile for a couple of weeks.

*** Regarding these EU flimsy jackets. It's my advise, if you store you albums outside of the jacket, to place a pice of cardboard wrapped in a plastic sleeve within the jacket. Not using a plastic sleeve for the cardboard will cause it to bleed on the the jacket (acids in the processing). Of course you could simply go to a framing shop and grab some a sheet of acid-free mat-board and avoid the plastic.
  • Alien
This album and their previous one Two Against Nature both deserve a reissue. Both had a very limited vinyl release only in Europe, possible due to there being far less interest in vinyl at the time. Both of those releases now sell for stupid money. It would cost the better part of a grand to pick up both.