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Gaucho

by Steely Dan

Gaucho by Steely Dan

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Gaucho

by Steely Dan

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Label: Geffen
Steely Dan's Gaucho hasn't aged a day since it was released in 1980, setting the stage for modern Smooth Jazz. Even darker than Aja, it isn't as cohesive an album but still scores song-for-song. "Time Out Of Mind" and "Hey Nineteen" became radio staples while "Babylon Sisters" and "Glamour Profession" may be their ultimate "L.A. is hell" narratives.

About This Album

Steely Dan's Gaucho hasn't aged a day since it was released in 1980, setting the stage for modern Smooth Jazz. Even darker than Aja, it isn't as cohesive an album but still scores song-for-song. "Time Out Of Mind" and "Hey Nineteen" became radio staples while "Babylon Sisters" and "Glamour Profession" may be their ultimate "L.A. is hell" narratives.

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About This Album

Steely Dan's Gaucho hasn't aged a day since it was released in 1980, setting the stage for modern Smooth Jazz. Even darker than Aja, it isn't as cohesive an album but still scores song-for-song. "Time Out Of Mind" and "Hey Nineteen" became radio staples while "Babylon Sisters" and "Glamour Profession" may be their ultimate "L.A. is hell" narratives.