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  • Kadal
    Jul 31, - My favorite band who sings melodies and harmonies I am not usually able to sing in such manner. I envy having to make such songs, but can only listen to them and to hear them as they are beyond my manner of music. See more ideas about Steely dan albums, Songs, Music pins.
  • JoJotaxe
    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review One of the defining albums of the late s, Aja combines jazz fusion sophistication with sadly cynical observations on modern life. "Peg" was the hit single but "Deacon Blue" gave aging disco hustlers and suburban burnouts "a name when they lose.
  • Kenos
    Feb 27,  · This album is dubbed as one of the most influtential albums of all time and I agree. The musical arrangements on this LP is Amazing. The opener "Black Cow" combines a Funk groove with a Jazzy feel and great lyrics. "Aja" is an amazing drum track with Dr. Steve Gaad on Drums it makes it like a euphoric experience/5().
  • Voodoor
    Aug 01,  · In other Steely Dan LP threads some masterings/pressings have been said to be not so good. “Can’t Buy a Thrill”: MCA rainbow labels (black or powder blue). My only vinyl copy is a MCA blue rainbow/clouds label. I compared it to a needledrop of the .
  • Jurisar
    Jan 16,  · Aja required a budget that made The Royal Scam’s look like “chicken feed” and took longer to record than any previous Steely Dan album, even though with only seven cuts — “Black Cow,” “Aja,” “Deacon Blues,” “Peg,” “Home at Last,” “I Got the News,” and “Josie” — it contain the fewest songs of any Dan album.
  • Vidal
    May 27,  · It’s worthy to note that Aja was released in at the hight of disco and the fledgling pogoing punk scene. There are a total of seven tracks on the album, along with seven different musician lineups that included six different drummers, with Bernard Purdie appearing twice, where despite this lack of continuity, an entirely splendid continuity emerged on Aja, as if conjured or coaxed /5().
  • Kazibei
    Aja, an Album by Steely Dan. Released 23 September on ABC (catalog no. AA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Donald Fagen (lead vocals, liner notes, songwriter), Walter Becker (photography, liner notes, songwriter), Tom Scott (horn arrangements), Timothy B. Schmit (backing vocals), Denny Dias (guitar), Chuck Findley (horn, brass), Jim Horn (flute, saxophone.
  • Shakarn
    Apr 25,  · Part of the reason that the bass sounds fatter on the original LP is because of the mild compression used. The same goes for the original CD as it used the same tape. Said compression does give this album some extra kick. There's nothing wrong with that. It could be legitimately argued that Aja needs said compression to bring it to life.
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