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Katy Lied

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Description: J J Amazon.com essential recording The last of the truly classic first four Steely Dan albums, the 1975 Katy Lied also sounds like the best. While retaining a solid rock foundation, the music finds Walter Becker and Donald Fagen engaging their jazz influences more successfully than ever; Fagen's piano fills alone are some of the most impressive music laid to tape in the '70s. The songs, too, rate with the team's very best, whether coolly anticipating global financial collapse ("Black Friday"), celebrating the legacy of a mob-hit victim ("Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More"), or letting the Dan's ... (more)
Manufacturer: Mca
Release date: 18 May 1999
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0008811191627 UPC: 008811191627
Tags: 1975 (1), Steely Dan (1)
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100 Greatest American Albums of All Time (100 music items)

"Sex, jazz and rock & roll Donald Fagen and Walter Becker had ditched their band by their fourth album. Accompanied by their favorite session players, they fashioned a world of gimlet-eyed sophistication that, for all its suavity, dealt with drug dealers (“Doctor Wu”) and enticing teenage girls to watch porn (“Everyone’s Gone to the Movies”). Standout tracks: “Black Friday,” “Doctor Wu”"


JxSxPx added this to a list 3 years, 1 month ago
500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"Cementing the commercial breakthrough conferred by Pretzel Logic, Katy Lied gave Steely Dan’s blues-dipped jazz-rock another lap of honor, while easing up — just a little — on the biting wit. It remains the last word in precision-built, supersmart ’70s rock & roll. Standout track: “Doctor Wu”"


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