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Led by New Yorkers Walter Becker and Donald Fagan, Steely Dan made their mark in music history as a jazz-flavored group who explored the cutting edge of pop, creating a singular sound that is both esoteric and accessible. This newly digitally remastered upgrade of the '70s classic Pretzel Logic sports original credits, liners, graphics and - for the 1st time - complete lyrics. Highlights: "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" and "Any Major Dude Will Tell You." Upcoming 1999 Steely Dan tour!
Led by New Yorkers Walter Becker and Donald Fagan, Steely Dan made their mark in music history as a jazz-flavored group who explored the cutting edge of pop, creating a singular sound that is both esoteric and accessible. This newly digitally remastered upgrade of the '70s classic Pretzel Logic sports original credits, liners, graphics and - for the 1st time - complete lyrics. Highlights: "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" and "Any Major Dude Will Tell You." Upcoming 1999 Steely Dan tour!
008811191726
Steely Dan - Pretzel Logic (remastered)

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Format: CD
Label: MCA
Catalog: 11917
Rel. Date: 05/11/1999
UPC: 008811191726

Pretzel Logic (remastered)
Artist: Steely Dan
Format: CD
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Led by New Yorkers Walter Becker and Donald Fagan, Steely Dan made their mark in music history as a jazz-flavored group who explored the cutting edge of pop, creating a singular sound that is both esoteric and accessible. This newly digitally remastered upgrade of the '70s classic Pretzel Logic sports original credits, liners, graphics and - for the 1st time - complete lyrics. Highlights: "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" and "Any Major Dude Will Tell You." Upcoming 1999 Steely Dan tour!

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''Pretzel Logic'' is the third studio album by the American jazz-rock band Steely Dan, originally released in 1974. The album's opening song, "Rikki Don't Lose That Number", became the band's biggest hit, reaching #4 on the charts soon after the release of the album. The album itself went gold, and then platinum, reaching #8 on the charts. The album was also highly regarded critically, appearing near the top of several end-of-year polls including the number one slot on Album of the Year and the number two spot on both Robert Christgau and the ''Village Voice'' end-of-year lists. - Wikipedia

        
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