Friday, September 29

Steel-y Dan - Ultimate S.D. Live Comp (5 discs)

This collection is drawn from live shows recorded between 1993 and 2006.
All are soundboard or FM recordings. None has been officially released.
The comp lives up to its name; excellent!

sound quality range: VG++ to Ex- (unable to post a sample, but quality is superb!)

CD1
Instrumental overture
Do it again
Sign in stranger
Don't take me alive
Rikki don't lose that number 
Hey nineteen
Haitian divorce
Chain lightning
Peg
Time out of mind
Everyone's going to the movies
Dirty work
F.M.

CD2
Cubano chant
Aja
Bad sneakers
Glamour profession
Caves of Altamira
Black cow
Daddy don't live in that 
     New York City no more
I.G.Y.
Steely Dan show
Deacon blues
Bodhisattva
Kid Charlemagne

CD3
East St. Louis Toodle-oo 
Book of liars
Green earrings
Cousin Dupree
Third world man
Home at last
Tomorrow's girls
Josie
Babylon sisters
R.I.P., Walter B.
The royal scam
Reelin' in the years
Teahouse on the tracks

CD4
Do it again*
Peg*
Don't take me alive* 
F.M.*
My old school*
Hank's place
Cash only island
Janie runaway
Midnight cruiser
Parker's band
Black Friday
Green flower street
Monkey in your soul
Night by night
The Boston rag
True companion
*with Michael McDonald 

CD5 (bonus disc)
What a shame about you
Tesla shadow
My old school
Slang of ages
New frontier
Snowbound
The nightfly
Pretzel logic
Fall of '92
Sad thought: Walter's death means Donald F. alone carries on
Jack of speed
Hard-up case
My Waterloo

Sources for CDs 1-4:
 
St. Louis, MO 1993-09-01 

+ Irvine, CA 1994-09-17

...and selected songs from:

Saratoga, NY 1993-08-22,

George, WA 1996-08-17,
Manassas, VA 2000-07-22, Detroit, MI 2003-08-11, Charlotte, NC 2006-08-12

[re: CD 5, there was no info to be found anywhere]

ROB SEZ: S.D. was one of those bands I took for granted and just assumed would, somehow, always be around. With the recent death of founding member Walter  Becker, my assumption has bitten the dust. At least we've still got the music... ALL PRAISES to Enric67 for compiling and sharing this one.

MP3@320

FLAC - Part 1 | Part 2

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