Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
6% off
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP) - AudioSoundMusic

Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2LP)

VAT included in price for European Union countries, may be adjusted based on delivery country at check out.
Average shipping time : 2 to 4 working days. Shipping is free within European Union (except for specific territories) above 99€ purchase up to 50kg. Shipping costs on quote above 50kg – quote request to be send to : No return policy for countries outside of European Union

Donald Fagen – lead vocals (all tracks), Fender Rhodes , Clavinet , piano , Wurlitzer, organ  [click here to see more vinyl featuring Donald Fagen]

Walter Becker – bass , guitar , lead guitar 

Ted Baker – Fender Rhodes , piano

Jon Herington – rhythm guitar,  acoustic guitar

Paul Jackson Jr. – guitar 

Hugh McCracken – guitar 

Dean Parks – guitar 

Tom Barney – bass 

Keith Carlock – drums 

Leroy Clouden – drums 

Vinnie Colaiuta – drums 

Sonny Emory – drums 

Ricky Lawson – drums 

Michael White – drums 

Gordon Gottlieb – percussion 

Will Lee – percussion 

Daniel Sadownick – percussion , timbales 

Dave Shank – vibraphone

Steve Shapiro – vibraphone 

Amy Helm – whistle 

Lawrence Feldman – clarinet , tenor saxophone , alto saxophone , saxophone 

Roy Hitchcock - clarinet 

Lou Marini – alto saxophone , tenor saxophone (

Chris Potter – tenor saxophone solo , alto saxophone solo 

David Tofani – tenor saxophone, saxophone 

Roger Rosenberg – bass clarinet  baritone saxophone 

Michael Leonhart – trumpet , Wurlitzer 

Jim Pugh – trombone 

Cynthia Calhoun – background vocals 

Carolyn Leonhart – background vocals 

Michael Harvey – background vocals 

Composed and arranged by Donald Fagen, Walter Becker


2LP, Gatefold

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 45RPM

Size : 12”



Label : Analogue Productions

Recorded 1997–1999

Engineered by Phil Burnett, Per-Christian Nielsen, Johan Edlund, Anthony Gorman, Roger Nichols, Ken Ross, Dave Russell, Jay A. Ryan, Elliot Scheiner, Peter Scriba

Mixed by Roger Nichols, Dave Russell

Produced by Walter Becker, Donald Fagen

Mastered & Cut by Scott Hull at Masterdisk

Originally released in 2000

Reissued in 2022




Side A

  1. Gaslighting Abbie
  2. What a Shame About Me


Side B

  1. Two Against Nature
  2. Janie Runaway
  3. Almost Gothic


Side C

  1. Jack Of Speed
  2. Cousin Dupree


Side D

  1. Negative Girl
  2. West Of Hollywood



    2001 Grammy Awards:

    • Album of the Year
    • Best Pop Vocal Album
    • Best Engineered Album - Non-Classical
    • Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "Cousin Dupree"


    Reviews :

    “Notorious for shunning concert performances, Steely Dan's improbable live reunion in the mid-'90s eventually turned into a full-fledged reunion album. Since Steely Dan fans went two decades without even the hope of a new record, the very prospect was a delight, but it was also a little worrying, since a botched comeback would tarnish the band's legacy. Fortunately, Two Against Nature is as seductive and alluring as the best of Steely Dan's later work, with a similar emphasis on classy atmosphere and groove. Pitched halfway between Gaucho and the immaculate production of Fagen's solo album Kamakiriad, it's a graceful, intricate record that works its subtle charms at its own pace. While that means it isn't a knockout on the first listen, it's a real grower -- a quietly addicting album that slowly works its way into the subconscious. It's also an uncannily natural extension of the duo's previous work, but surprisingly, it never sounds nostalgic or dated. It's clear that Becker and Fagen re-teamed because they simply enjoy working together: crafting the songs and arrangements, designing the production, shoehorning in-jokes into the lyrics, finding the exact performances that fit their specifications. In this sense, Two Against Nature is no different than any past Steely Dan effort; that's exactly why it's welcome, since they find nearly endless permutations within their signature sound. Lyrically, the album isn't quite as malicious as their '70s work, but they haven't lost their sharp humor, even on some mere throwaway lines. The real payoff, however, is musical. Each song gradually reveals its own identity through small, thrilling touches, giving the record depth and character, and fitting it comfortably into Steely Dan's acclaimed body of work. And that's as delightfully unexpected and peculiarly beautiful as anything else in their career.” AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


    Ratings :

    AllMusic :   4 / 5 ,  Discogs :  4.69  / 5

    Recently viewed