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Steely Dan Vinyl Records

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  • Steely Dan - Northeast Corridor: Steely Dan Live Vinyl LP (B003370101)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP (ABCX 758)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Greatest Hits Vinyl LP (AK-1107/2)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Katy Lied Vinyl LP (ABCD-846)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Pretzel Logic Vinyl LP (AB 808)

     

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  • Steely Dan - The Royal Scam Vinyl LP (ABCD 931)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Aja Vs The Scam, Boston Broadcast 2009: Volume I Vinyl LP (PARA421LP)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Aja Vs The Scam, Boston Broadcast 2009: Volume II Vinyl LP (PARA438LP)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Live At Ellis Auditorium in Memphis 30 April 1974 Vinyl LP (RLL037)

     

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  • Steely Dan - The St. Louis Toodle-Oo Vol.1 Vinyl LP (PARA250LP)

     

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  • Steely Dan - The St. Louis Toodle-Oo Vol.2 Vinyl LP (PARA251LP)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Bristow VA 1996 Vinyl LP (PARA028LP)

     

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  • Steely Dan - Best of Green Flower Street - Classic 1993 Radio Broadcast Vinyl LP (CL75655)

     

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Things you might not know about Steely Dan: no one in the band is named Dan or Steely, Chevy Chase played drums in their early band Leather Canary, and you’ll quickly slur your words if you use their song lyrics to make yourself a few drinks.

Before landing on the vibrating band name of Steely Dan, Walter Becker and Donald Fagen played in a handful of other bands, backed other musicians and wrote songs for several other artists. It wasn’t until the early 1970’s when Steely Dan achieved their own commercial success by filling elements of rock, jazz, Latin, reggae, pop, and blues with puzzling, alcohol fueled lyrics and sketchy subject matters.

Known as the pioneers of jazz-infused rock, Steely Dan has landed 8 albums in the Billboard Top 20 and scored 3 Top 10 hits, including “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” and “Hey Nineteen." These Steely Dan vinyl albums will have you feeling slightly confused. But hey, after a few songs, you’ll be too drunk to care.

More Than Just Steely Dan Vinyl Records

Shop for New & Used Steely Dan Records for Sale Online at Binaural Records. We have a wide selection of Steely Dan albums available including both new and reissue version of popular records such as Aja, Can't Buy a Thrill, Katy Lied, Pretzel Logic, and more.

Love Steely Dan, but looking other classic rock artists to add to your collection? We got you! Binaural Records carries a wide range of classic rock artists including Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Chicago, and more.

Where and when did Steely Dan form?

Steely Dan was officially formed in 1971 by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, but the two actually met a few years prior in 1967 at Bard College in New York. Fagen told the origin story to Entertainment Weekly in 2007. He was walking by the campus coffee shop Red Balloon, and said, "I hear this guy practicing, and it sounded very professional and contemporary. It sounded like, you know, like a black person, really. And that was Walter. I walked in and introduced myself to him. I just said, 'Do you want to be in a band?'"

What genre is Steely Dan?

Um, can the answer be "everything"? Because this is a question that people have been asking since they first heard the funky intro on "Do It Again," the first track on the band's debut album Can't Buy A Thrill.

The fact is, Steely Dan knows no genre, and that's a major part of the appeal. You will find Steely Dan listed under the flag of "rock," but the reality is that Steely Dan is a blend of rock, soft rock, jazz, R&B, blues, jazz rock, pop, pop rock, jazz fusion, and a whole bunch of other vibes.

In other words, there's a reason that Steely Dan has been sampled in hip-hop over the years, most notably by Kanye West when he sampled Steely Dan's "Kid Charlemagne" on West's song "Champion" from Graduation.

How did Steely Dan get their name?

Good story here, and fans of the Beat Generation and sexual intercourse will appreciate it. Apparently the name Steely Dan comes from William S. Burroughs' novel Naked Lunch, in which there's a steam-powered strap-on-dildo named Steely Dan III. Put it another way: This music bangs.

Which Steely Dan album came out first?

Steely Dan's debut album Can't Buy A Thrill released in 1972. It kicks ass.

How many albums has Steely Dan sold?

Steely Dan has sold over 40 million albums throughout their career. Their discography is as follows:

  • Can't Buy a Thrill (1972)
  • Countdown to Ecstasy (1973)
  • Pretzel Logic (1974)
  • Katy Lied (1975)
  • The Royal Scam (1976)
  • Aja (1977)
  • Gaucho (1980)
  • Two Against Nature (2000)
  • Everything Must Go (2003)

Who are the members of Steely Dan?

The two primary members and nucleus of Steely Dan are Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who died in 2017.

Various musicians have joined the band over the years.

Primary Members:

  • Donald Fagen – lead vocals, keyboards (1972–1981, 1993–present)
  • Walter Becker – guitar, bass, backing and lead vocals (1972–1981, 1993–2017; his death)

Other Members:

  • Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitar, backing vocals (1972–1974)
  • Denny Dias – guitar (1972–1974, studio contributions until 1977)
  • Jim Hodder – drums, backing and lead vocals (1972–1974; died 1990)
  • David Palmer – backing and lead vocals (1972–1973)
  • Royce Jones – backing vocals, percussion (1973–1974)
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, backing vocals (1974, studio contributions until 1980)
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums (1974, studio contributions until 1980; died 1992)

Who died from Steely Dan?

Co-founder Walter Becker died in 2017 after a battle with esophageal cancer.

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