One of their greatest tracks, from the 1971 album Fragile. And here’s a 2017 performance from the old geezers.
No one tugs the heartstrings quite like the great Nic. https://am-records.com/2018/10/15/nic-jones-national-treasure/ From the 2001 retrospective Unearthed.
Hard to believe this 1970 prog workout came from a band that included both Robert Palmer and Elkie Brooks.
JW, the ultimate Seventies tribute act. This is a live version of the song from the 2013 album Fanfare.
Live 2000 version of one of my favourite Dan songs, from the 1975 album Katy Lied. If you’ve ever wondered what the hell it’s all about, this should help https://songmeanings.com/songs/view/140470/ … Continue readingSteely Dan: Bad Sneakers
Whimsical retro selection by the Texan proggers from the 2004 album Bamnan and Slivercork.
What a snappy dresser! And what a choice of backing group!
Surf classic used to good effect by Quentin Tarintino in Pulp Fiction.
I’m a sucker for the banjo played like this.
When the Beckster hits the spot he really nails it. This is the first track from the 2002 album Sea Change.