Steely Dan - Katy Lied (2LP, Box set, 45RPM, UHQR, 200g, Clear vinyl)

Steely Dan - Katy Lied (2LP, Box set, 45RPM, UHQR, 200g, Clear vinyl)

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Donald Fagen – vocals, piano, keyboards [click here to see more vinyl featuring Donald Fagen]

Michael McDonald – background vocals

Myrna Matthews, Sherlie Matthews, Carolyn Willis – background vocals on "Everyone's Gone to the Movies"

Walter Becker – bass, guitar (solo on "Black Friday", "Bad Sneakers")

Victor Feldman – vibraphone, percussion

Michael Omartian, David Paich – piano, keyboards

Hugh McCracken – guitar

Denny Dias – guitar (solo on "Your Gold Teeth II")

Rick Derringer – guitar (solo on "Chain Lightning")

Dean Parks – guitar (solo on "Rose Darling")

Elliott Randall – guitar (solo on "Throw Back the Little Ones")

Larry Carlton – guitar on "Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More"

Wilton Felder, Chuck Rainey – bass guitar

Jeff Porcaro – drums on all songs except "Any World (That I'm Welcome To)", dorophone

Hal Blaine – drums on "Any World (That I'm Welcome To)"

Phil Woods – alto saxophone solo on "Doctor Wu"

Bill Perkins – horn on "Throw Back the Little Ones"

Horn arrangement on "Throw Back the Little Ones" by Jimmie Haskell

All songs written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen 

 

2 LPs, box set, gatefold on heavy cardboard stock, premium slipcase with a wooden dowel spine

Limited to 15,000 numbered copies

Original analog Master tape : YES

UHQR

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : Clear vinyl

Speed : 45RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : ABC

Recorded November 1974–January 1975 at ABC Studio, Los Angeles

Engineered by Roger Nichols

Produced by Gary Katz

Mastered by Bernie Grundman

Originally released in March 1975

Reissued in 2023

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Black Friday
  2. Bad Sneakers

Side B:

  1. Rose Darling
  2. Daddy Don't Live In That New York City No More
  3. Doctor Wu

Side C:

  1. Everyone's Gone To The Movies
  2. Your Gold Teeth II

Side D:

  1. Chain Lightning
  2. Any World (That I'm Welcome To)
  3. Throw Back The Little Ones

                      

                    Reviews :

                    “Building from the jazz fusion foundation of Pretzel Logic, Steely Dan created an alluringly sophisticated album of jazzy pop with Katy Lied. With this record, Walter Becker and Donald Fagen began relying solely on studio musicians, which is evident from the immaculate sound of the album. Usually, such a studied recording method would drain the life out of each song, but that's not the case with Katy Lied, which actually benefits from the duo's perfectionist tendencies. Each song is given a glossy sheen, one that accentuates not only the stronger pop hooks, but also the precise technical skill of the professional musicians drafted to play the solos. Essentially, Katy Lied is a smoother version of Pretzel Logic, featuring the same cross-section of jazz-pop and blues-rock. The lack of innovations doesn't hurt the record, since the songs are uniformly brilliant. Less overtly cynical than previous Dan albums, the album still has its share of lyrical stingers, but what's really notable are the melodies, from the seductive jazzy soul of "Doctor Wu" and the lazy blues of "Chain Lightning" to the terse "Black Friday" and mock calypso of "Everyone's Gone to the Movies." It's another excellent record in one of the most distinguished rock & roll catalogs of the '70s.” AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

                     

                    UHQR :

                    UHQR pressing is inspired from JVC Japan, which 30 years ago was the pinnacle of high-quality vinyl. Each UHQR vinyl is pressed, using hand-selected vinyl, on a manual Finebilt press with attention paid to every single detail of every single record. The 200-gram records feature the same flat profile that helped to make the original UHQR so desirable. From the lead-in groove to the run-out groove, there is no pitch to the profile, allowing your stylus to play truly perpendicular to the grooves from edge to center. Every UHQR is hand-inspected upon pressing completion, and only the truly flawless are allowed to go to market.


                    Ratings :

                    AllMusic : 5 / 5 , Discogs : 4.29 / 5

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