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Sunday, February 1, 2015

STEELY DAN, Cincinnati, Ohio, 7-13-2008 (SBD)

This is a real nice soundboard recording of Steely Dan during their "Think Fast" tour in 2008.  As usual Steely Dan shows up with an amazing band and there is some great playing and arrangements of their strong assortment of songs.   
National City Pavilion
Cincinnati, Ohio
July 13th, 2008
Set List
01 Overture: Everyone's Gone to the Movies > The Fez
02 The Royal Scam
03 I Got the News
04 Showbiz Kids
05 Everything You Did
06 Two Against Nature
07 Hey Nineteen
08 Godwhacker
09 Babylon Sisters
10 New Frontier
11 Gaucho*
12 Glamour Profession
13 Parker's Band
14 Josie
15 Aja
16 Love is Like an Itchin' in My Heart
17 Peg
18 FM
19 Kid Charlemagne
20 Last Tango in Paris

Donald Fagen - Lead Vocals, Fender Rhodes Piano, Hohner Melodica
Walter Becker - Guitar, *Lead Vocals
The Think Fast Steely Dan Orchestra '08
Jon Herington [Guitar]
Freddie Washington [Bass]
Jeff Young [Keyboards, Backing Vocals]
Keith Carlock [Drums]
Nelson Foltz [Trombone]
Michael Leonhart [Trumpet, flugelhorn, mellophonium]
Walt Weiskopf [Tenor & Alto Saxophones]
Roger Rosenberg [Baritone Saxophone]
Tawatha Agee [Backing Vocals]
Cindy Mizelle [Backing Vocals]

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful show and your outstanding web site. So impressive! How loving of you to share your music. May I make a request? Would you please, please repost the jazz you posted in 2010? Please! The Wynton Marsalis would be a fantastic start. In any event, thank you. And may God continue to bless you. Larry