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Release info of

Second arrangement

By

Steely Dan

Second arrangement

Year of release: Unknown
(Not an official release)

One half consists of Gaucho and Katy Lied outtakes, the other half are covers by Beau Bolero

Available as:

Unknown


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Songs

Song title
1 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Play the sample Babylon sisters
2 Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions FM reprise
3 View the lyrics Play the sample Gaucho
4 View the lyrics Glamour profession
5 View the lyrics View the transcriptions Play the sample Green earrings
6 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Play the sample Kid Charlemagne
7 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Kid Charlemagne
8 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Play the sample My old school
9 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file Play the sample My rival
10 View the lyrics View the transcriptions Play the sample Night by night
11 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file Play the sample The fez
12 View the lyrics Play the sample The second arrangement

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Musicians on this release:

Bernard 'Pretty' Purdie - Bill Perkins - Chuck Rainey - Clydie King - Cosmo Creek - David Paich - Denny Dias - Don Grolnick - Donald Fagen - Elliott Randall - Ernie Watts - Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter - Jeff Porcaro - Jim Gordon - Jim Hodder - John Rotella - Lanny Morgan - Larry Carlton - Lew McCreary - Michael McDonald - Myrna Matthews - Ollie Mitchell - Patricia Hall - Paul Griffin - Pete Christlieb - Sherlie Matthews - Timothy Bruce Schmit - Venetta Fields - Victor Feldman - Walter Becker


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