Download Hey Nineteen - Steely Dan - Gaucho (CD, Album)
Label: MCA Records - MCAD-37220 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Fusion


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9 thoughts on “ Hey Nineteen - Steely Dan - Gaucho (CD, Album)

  1. Gaucho was Steely Dan's last and probably their most mature album, but not their greatest - that honor goes to either Aja or Countdown to Ecstasy. At this point in their career, and in the minds of more demanding rock music fans, Steely Dan was expected to release albums with great production values, mesmerizing and ambiguous lyrics, and above /5().
  3. “Gaucho” is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Steely Dan, released on November 21, , by MCA Records. The album was recorded in lots of recording studios from.
  4. Nov 21,  · Steely Dan’s minute album Gaucho took two years to record and was the most expensive record ever made when it came out on 21 November The band’s seventh studio album, which followed.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gaucho - Steely Dan on AllMusic - - Aja was cool, relaxed, like on the suave "Babylon Sisters," "Time Out of Mind," and "Hey Nineteen." Still, those three songs are barely enough to make the remainder of the album's glossy, meandering fusion worthwhile. 8/
  6. "Josie" () "Hey Nineteen" () "Time Out of Mind" () "Hey Nineteen" is a song by the band Steely Dan from their album Gaucho ().Hey Nineteen" is a song by the band Steely Dan from their album Gaucho ().
  7. Steely Dan used a variety of musicians on their albums. On this track, Hugh McCracken played guitar, Rick Marotta was on drums, and Victor Feldman and Steve Gadd added percussion. Walter Becker also added guitar, and Donald Fagen played the Fender Rhodes electric piano and the synthesizer.
  8. Gaucho was miles beyond what Steely Dan had delivered on the long awaited Aja album, and even further from their first release in of Can’t Buy A Thrill, where the band became so much more than they ever imagined, and in so doing, saw their fan base dwindle down to the hardcore, loved by critics, DJ’s and those who rarely saw the light.
  9. “Gaucho” is the best Steely Dan album, and the best collection of bachelor-pad jams ever created. Whatever the listener may be doing whilst listening, most of the time this record would fit and enhance the mood with its jazzy chord progressions, funky instrumentation, uncompromising subject matter, and pure bliss in its tone.

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