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Steely Dan live at Greenwich Town Party, Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, Greenwich, CT, USA on May 27, 2017

May 27, 2017
Greenwich Town Party, Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, Greenwich, CT,
Reelin' in the Chips
  1. Bodhisattva
  2. Black Friday
  3. Hey Nineteen
  4. Aja
  5. Show Biz Kids
  6. Black Cow
  7. Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More
  8. Time Out of Mind
  9. Dirty Work
  10. I Want To (Do Everything for You)
  11. Josie
  12. Peg
  13. My Old School
  14. Reelin' in the Years
  15. Kid Charlemagne
  16. Pretzel Logic
  17. The Untouchables

Jon Herington not present; replaced by Larry Carlton.

Bootleg Info

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Steely Dan
Greenwich Town Party
Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
Greenwich, CT
May 27, 2017

Donald Fagen - vocals, Fender Rhodes, melodica
Walter Becker - guitar, vocals
Jim Beard - keyboards
Keith Carlock - drums
Freddie Washington - bass
Larry Carlton - guitar
Michael Leonhart - trumpet, percussion
Roger Rosenberg - baritone saxophone
Walt Weiskopf - tenor and alto saxophone
Jim Pugh - tenor trombone
Carolyn Leonhart - vocals, percussion
La Tanya Hall - vocals, percussion
Cindy Mizelle - vocals, percussion

Source: master audience recording
Taper: larryrulz
Location: 1st row right center, on the rail
Lineage: CA-14 (cardioid) > Sony M10 (24/44) > Audacity (tracking) > TLH > FLAC 6 > foobar2000 (FLAC tags)
Sound: mp3 samples in Comments section below

Length: 1:47:42

Notes: This annual event, now in its 7th year, is open only to residents and business owners in Greenwich, CT. I work in Greenwich and bought a ticket from a friend. Walked right up to the foot of the stage during the Preservation Hall Jazz Band set (excellent, but not recorded, sorry), and stayed there the rest of the night for Alabama Shakes followed by Steely Dan. The Alabama Shakes set has been uploaded on DIME. The main problem with this recording is the often inaudible vocals. Donald is buried in the mix. Walter too. Given the current state of Donald's voice, some may say this is a good thing, I suppose. Also, no Jon Herington, which was a disappointment for me. Larry Carlton is no slouch, but I like Jon's work. Finally, I'll complain yet again about the static SD setlist. Please expand it guys. Your catalog deserves it! Complete video is on YouTube:

00 stage entrance
01 Bodhisattva
02 Black Friday
03 Hey Nineteen
04 Aja
05 Show Biz Kids
06 Black Cow
07 Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More
08 Time Out of Mind
09 Dirty Work
10 I Want To (Do Everything for You) - with band intros
11 Josie
12 Peg
13 My Old School
14 Reelin' in the Years
15 Kid Charlemagne

16 Pretzel Logic - dedicated to Gregg Allman
17 The Untouchables