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Release info of

St. Paul 2003

By

Steely Dan

St. Paul 2003

Year of release: Unknown
(Not an official release)

Tour: Everything Must Go (2003)
Venue: XCEL Energy Center

City: St. Paul
State: Minnesota
Date: August 7, 2003

Available as:

Double CD


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Songs

Song title
Track order
1 Cubano chant 1
2 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file Aja 2
3 View the lyrics Time out of mind 3
4 View the lyrics Godwhacker 4
5 View the lyrics The caves of Altamira 5
6 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Black cow 6
7 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Babylon sisters 7
8 View the lyrics Slang of ages 8
9 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Peg 9
10 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Home at last 10
11 View the lyrics Steely Dan show 11
12 View the lyrics Janie runaway 12
13 View the lyrics View the transcriptions Haitian divorce 13
14 View the lyrics Things I miss the most 14
15 View the lyrics Parker's band 15
16 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Josie 16
17 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions Kid Charlemagne 17
18 View the lyrics View the transcriptions Don't take me alive 18
19 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions My old school 19
20 View the lyrics Play the MIDI file View the transcriptions FM 20

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Musicians on this release:

Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery - Cindy Mizelle - Cornelius Bumpus - Cynthia Calhoun - Donald Fagen - Jim Pugh - Jon Herington - Keith Carlock - Michael Leonhart - Ted Baker - Tom Barney - Walt Weiskopf - Walter Becker


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