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Steely Dan - Rotoscope Down album mp3


The Boston Rag 6:02
Do It Again 7:40
Any Major Dude Will Tell You 3:10
King Of The World 5:06
Rikki Don't Lose That Number 4:03
Pretzel Logic 6:45
Untitled Instrumental 5:33
Reelin' In The Years 4:15
Mobile Heart 4:35
Bodhisattva 4:20


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TAKRL 1924 Steely Dan Rotoscope Down ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label TAKRL 1924 US 1973
OH BOY 1-9074 Steely Dan Live ‎(CD, Unofficial) Oh Boy OH BOY 1-9074 Luxembourg 1990
LLRCD 100 Steely Dan Reeling Through The Years ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Living Legend Records LLRCD 100 Italy 1991
SD-91-02-02 Steely Dan This All Too Mobile Home ‎(CD, Unofficial) Scorpio SD-91-02-02 Italy 1991
ARR 94.092 Steely Dan Los Angeles 1974 ‎(CD, Unofficial) Arriba! ARR 94.092 Germany 1994
CD 9045 Steely Dan King Of The World ‎(CD, Unofficial) Alegra CD 9045 Italy 1995
SS 201053 Steely Dan Los Angeles 1974 ‎(CD, Unofficial) Super Sonic SS 201053 Japan 2001
SMCD917 Steely Dan Going Mobile - Classic 1974 Live Radio Broadcast ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Smokin' SMCD917 USA & Canada 2013
LETV122LP Steely Dan Going Mobile Classic 1974 Live Radio Broadcast ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Let Them Eat Vinyl LETV122LP UK 2013
SD 841 Steely Dan Rotoscope Down ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Spindizzie SD 841 US Unknown
Steely Dan - Rotoscope Down album mp3
Performer: Steely Dan
Genre: Rock
Title: Rotoscope Down
Country: US
Released: 1973
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1627 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1143 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 922

(2 copies) Rotoscope Down is the 1st Steely Dan bootleg. It's live in L.A. 1974 and it is incredible. The band pretty much blows the doors off. You learn that Steely Dan WAS a band and it fact...a ROCK band...something they learned to hate quickly. Mike McDonald is here, J. Baxter is killing as well as Denny Dias. Distortion and tape damage make this an even better listen. I found this in 1979 in college and was soon NOT allowed to go to any party w/out Rotoscope Down w/me. The Oh Boy CD release in 1993 cleaned up EVERYTHING and sounds absolutely f*cking amazing. The living truth about Steely Dan...word to your Mother. This and Bent Over backwards are the best and only SD bootlegs from the 1970's. N
There are many reasons to purchase live albums, certainly some of those reasons are better than others, with the results of these recordings being iffy at best … though occasionally a gem arises, with this, Steely Dan recorded live at the Record Plant in Los Angeles back in 1974, before a small invited audience, will forever remain as one of those time honored live classics that stands as a pinnacle for those who never managed to see the band when Steely Dan was actually a band.That last line is important, because in 1974 Steely Dan was a band, composed of the musicians who put those early albums together, staggering the world with a series of songs that will remain in rotation for all time. Certainly you are able to see Steely Dan today, but that aspect means that you’re actually seeing Donal Fagen and Walter Becker along with an orchestra of sorts … very good of course, but a mere shadow when compared to this outing, one that’s played lively, with some extended solos and jams that are impossible to capture today, as the music is so entirely structured, rather than by an outfit who’s heads where in the right place, the music was fresh, and each player was delighted to showcase a sound that was quickly changing the musical world.This album has been recorded well, capturing the spirit of Steely Dan in an unforgettable manner, an album that’s laced with everything you could hope for, managing to stand on its own, a keeper, a flawless delight, a near musical documentary, with songs so tight and well played, they’ll make you shutter with giggles when compared to what you’ll hear today.*** This album has been released with a variety of jackets over the years, however, they all contain the same brilliant music. Despite what’s indicated here, this album has been circulating forever, first as a cassette tap, reel to reel, a vinyl album, and of course as a compact disc. It’s odd to me that no one has taken the time to track down the source material, though that may be impossible at this time, and reprocessed this gem, as with quality speakers, you are going to hear a bit of tap hiss at higher volumes, though at a normal listening level, you’ll hear nothing to distract you.Review by Jenell Kesler
The title is not Going Home, but Going Mobile (you can read it on the cover)
It took me years to figure out who was on the cover.
Barry White? I may consider him as King of the World :)
did you finally find out who was ?could you tell me,please?Thanks