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Steely Dan - Live In '94 FLAC album

Steely Dan - Live In '94 FLAC album
Live In '94
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Steely Dan - Live In '94 FLAC album


Instrumental Overture #1 (The Royal Scam, Bad Sneakers, Aja) 8:32
Green Earrings 5:19
Bodhisattva 5:42
I.G.Y. 6:17
Josie 6:44
Hey Nineteen 5:59
Book Of Liars 4:30
Chain Lightning 10:49
Green Flower Street 4:06
Home At Last 6:22
Black Friday 4:05
Instrumental Overture #2 2:06
Deacon Blues 8:10
Tomorrow's Girls 6:41
Babylon Sisters 6:47
Reelin' In The Years 7:04
Fall Of '92 6:10
Peg 4:45
Third World Man 6:28
Countermoon 5:15
Teahouse On The Tracks 8:34
My Old School 7:08


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PD 073/74 Steely Dan Live In '94 ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Primadonna PD 073/74 Italy 1995
KTS 519/20 Steely Dan Doing It Live ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Kiss The Stone KTS 519/20 Israel 1996
LM1459 Steely Dan Green Flower Street ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Laser Media LM1459 US 2015
GOLF 021 Steely Dan The St. Louis Toodle-Oo - Missouri Broadcast 1993 ‎(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial) Gold Fish GOLF 021 2017
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Probably much better to score Steely Dan’s Live In American rather than this unauthorized bootleg, though there are those who will attempt to convince you that this is an authorized recording.To be specific, the sound quality is acceptable, and had you taken any sort of recording equipment to this event, you would probably have walked away with a better rendition. There are two to three second dropouts between tracks, sounding like someone not knowing what was involved with editing a live performance. There is one hidden track, “FM”, though why it’s hidden is beyond me, with some glitch in the recording process taking place, where the song comes across as nearly unlistenable. Supposedly this show was laid down using digital equipment, though I sincerely doubt that, with tape hiss supporting this assumption … though I may be incorrect. As to liner notes, there is no booklet, just a housing sheet with artwork, there are no credits, and the actual disc used leaves much to be desired.The producers would like you to believe that his was a radio show recording, that also does not seem possible, especially once you get into the tracking priorities, where conflicting dates and locations appear … everything from 1993 to 1994, and from Saratoga, New York to Los Angeles, California, causing me to completely doubt the integrity of this outing all together.Others will tell you that this is for the serious Steely Dan fan only, and you know, I consider that to be me, yet there are dozens of better live events that have been captured over the years that should put this collection at the very bottom of your list, ‘less of course you absolutely have everything by the band, with Green Flower Street being the only hole in your collection, and even then I’d advise you not to venture down this avenue.There is also a rumor that all of this or merely part will make up a vinyl collection … something to be avoided at all costs.*** The Fun Facts: The album’s title was taken from the Donald Fagen song (not Steely Dan) “Green Flower Street,” though I know of absolutely no reason why it should have been used.Review by Jenell Kesler