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Steely DanGaucho

Label:MCA Records – MCA-1693
Series:Back To Black
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 gram
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Rock
Style:Smooth Jazz, Pop Rock, Classic Rock

Tracklist

A1Babylon Sisters
Arranged By [Horns]Rob Mounsey
BassChuck Rainey
Clarinet [Bass]George Marge, Walter Kane*
DrumsBernard Purdie
Electric Piano, ClavinetDon Grolnick
GuitarSteve Khan
PercussionCrusher Bennett*
Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, ClarinetTom Scott
Trumpet, FlugelhornRandy Brecker
5:51
A2Hey Nineteen
Backing Vocals [Backup]Frank Floyd, Zack Sanders*
BassWalter Becker
DrumsRick Marotta
Electric Piano, SynthesizerDonald Fagen
PercussionSteve Gadd, Victor Feldman
5:04
A3Glamour Profession
Arranged By [Horns]Tom Scott
Backing Vocals [Backup]Frank Floyd, Leslie Miller, Valerie Simpson, Zack Sanders*
DrumsSteve Gadd
Electric Piano, SynthesizerDonald Fagen
GuitarSteve Khan
PercussionRalph McDonald*
PianoRob Mounsey
Tenor SaxophoneMichael Brecker
Tenor Saxophone, LyriconTom Scott
7:28
B1Gaucho
Arranged By [Horns]Tom Scott
Backing Vocals [Backup]Leslie Miller, Patti Austin, Valerie Simpson
BassWalter Becker
DrumsJeff Porcaro
Electric Piano, SynthesizerDonald Fagen
GuitarSteve Khan
Guitar [Solo]Walter Becker
PercussionCrusher Bennett*
PianoRob Mounsey
Tenor SaxophoneTom Scott
TrumpetRandy Brecker
5:32
B2Time Out Of Mind
Alto SaxophoneDavid Sanborn
Arranged By [Horns]Rob Mounsey
Baritone SaxophoneRonny Cuber*
BassWalter Becker
DrumsRick Marotta
Electric Piano, SynthesizerDonald Fagen
Guitar [Solo]Mark Knopfler
PianoRob Mounsey
Tenor SaxophoneDave Tofani, Michael Brecker
TrumpetRandy Brecker
4:10
B3My Rival
Arranged By [Horns]Tom Scott
Backing Vocals [Backup]Frank Floyd, Valerie Simpson, Zack Sanders*
DrumsSteve Gadd
Electric PianoPatrick Rebillot*
FlugelhornRandy Brecker
Guitar [Solo]Steve Khan
Organ, SynthesizerDonald Fagen
PercussionRalph McDonald*
Tenor SaxophoneMichael Brecker
Tenor Saxophone, LyriconTom Scott
TimbalesNicholas Marrero*
TromboneWayne Andre
4:30
B4Third World Man
BassChuck Rainey
DrumsSteve Gadd
Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarSteve Khan
Electric PianoJoe Sample
Guitar [Solo]Larry Carlton
SynthesizerRob Mounsey
5:14
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Notes

Special thanks to: Scott Luther and Fred Hull c/o Compal Copmuters
Fabulous vintage electric guitars courtesy of Richard, Steven and Lawrence Friedman.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 76732 16931 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MCA1693-A G1 RM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MCA1693-B G1 RM

Other Versions (5 of 164)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Gaucho (LP, Album, Stereo)MCA RecordsMCA-6102US1980
Gaucho (LP, Album)MCA Records, MCA Records203 192, 203 192-320Germany1980
Recently Edited
Gaucho (LP, Album)MCA RecordsMCF 3090UK1980
New Submission
Gaucho (LP, Album)MCA Records, MCA RecordsI-203.192, I·203 192Spain1980
Recently Edited
Gaucho (LP, Album)MCA RecordsMCA-6102Canada1980

Reviews

tinobek's avatar
tinobek
My version is defenitly 200 grams.
Are there 180 and 200 grams variations? or is the 180 gram a wrong entry?
Linnboi's avatar
Linnboi
This was disappointing to listen to the first time, as my first new purchase getting back into vinyl after a 20 year hiatus. For an album I know was so carefully produced, this reissue sounds flat and dull to my very fussy ears. Not exactly bad but not alive either like it should do. I will be searching out a nm 1st pressing of this album, as this one doesn’t cut it for me unfortunately.
epasrub's avatar
epasrub
Overall I would say this is a good pressing, it could be better though. There is a bit of static crackle here and there but the sound is very good. On first inspection of the vinyl I noticed some alarming marks through both sides, mainly on A side, but thankfully they have no consequences on the audio.
k2apache6.0's avatar
k2apache6.0
Excellent sonics, they hit this one out the park on mastering. BUT mine had a slight warp, jeez 'Back to black' get your act together, often there's an issue and just as often not. This is a very quiet record with lots of detail and punch, superb.
five5tone's avatar
five5tone
Bought it used, cleaned on Audiodesk.clean and quiet, no noise. Enjoy the sound of this pressing. While i dont know other versions of this album, it sounds awesome and dynamic.