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Monday, November 5, 2007

Steely Dan 09/01/93 St. Louis MO. Riverport Amphitheater @ 320

01 Royal Scam / Bad Sneakers / Aja (Instrumental)
02 Green Earrings
03 Bodhisattva
04 I.G.Y.
05 Josie
06 Hey Nineteen
07 Book Of Liars
08 Chain Lightning
09 Band Intro
10 Green Flower Street
11 Home At Last
12 Black Friday
13 Deacon Blues
14 Tomorrow Girl
15 Babylon Sisters
16 Reelin In The Years
17 Fall Of 92
18 Peg
19 Third Wolrd Man
20 Teahouse On The Tracks
21 My Old School



Anonymous said...

Thanks! Great Show!

I put together some info about it:

"In late summer 1993, Fagen and Becker resurrected Steely Dan for the first tour in 19 years. They put together an all-star band dubbed the "Steely Dan Orchestra." All the shows sold out quickly and were applauded by critics as one of the top shows of the year. Donald played some of his solo tunes like "True Companion" and "I.G.Y.", and promoted his "Kamakiriad" album with "Countermoon" and "Tomorrow's Girls." To the surprise of many Dan fans, Walter performed a couple of solo tunes, singing lead on "Book of Liars", and "Fall of '92" (co-written with Donald.) Most tunes had never been performed live, and some were rearranged. For example, "Reelin' in the Years" has saxes replacing the opening guitar solo.

The All New Steely Dan Orchestra 1993:
Donald Fagen: Keys & Vocals
Walter Becker: Guitar & Vocals
Drew Zingg: Rehearsal Director, Guitar
Tom Barney: Bass
Peter Erskine: Drums
Warren Bernhardt: Piano, Fender Rhodes
Bill Ware III: Vibes, Percussion
Cornelius Bumpus: Tenor Sax
Chris Potter: Tenor & Alto Sax
Bob Sheppard: Tenor & Soprano Sax
Diane Garisto: Background Vocals
Catherine Russell: Background Vocals, Percussion, Whistle
Brenda White-King: Background Vocals
Gary Blu: Music Copyist"

An awesome show I would love to have seen!

FerrariStu said...

Another Top Dan Post!

Many Thanks TT!

...and the Heart!!!

Keep it up

Anonymous said...

AWESOME!!! Thank you so much TT!! I have really been enjoying the recent Dan / Fagan posts you have made available. What a treat to see this one today! Thanks again.


Anonymous said...

Tony, Thanks for another GREAAAAAAAT post! I had this show on tape for the past several years. It's good to see it posted and given to the deserving masses. Once again, Tony, your blog embodies THE ONLY GOOD THING going for this country. No matter what happens, smile and keep waving! Peace.

Anonymous said...

Wow!! I can't believe this post!! I was on a work assignment in St. Louis the summer of '93 aka the summer of the big flood. I attended this show and was blown away. I knew of their hits, but this concert opened my eyes to their full range of work. When Becker started singing his solos, about half the audience got up to hit the concession stand or the restrooms. I felt bad for him, but then again he isn't much of a singer on his own.

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