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It's been 14 years since Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker's last (and first) solo album was released. Now, at long last, the wait is finally over for the second. Circus Money finds Becker's sardonic sensibility completely intact and each of the album's songs, inflected with jazz, reggae, and rock phrasing, is a masterpiece of musical understatement and lyrical nuance.
After the first hiatus of Steely Dan after the "Gaucho" album, a superb and even prophetic view into what would become the ultra excessive '80's mentality, it appeared we... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Scott Hedegard
Not as good as "11 Tracks of Whack", but maybe it'll grow on me. Quick delivery, good shape.Published 13 months ago by Joseph Ferri
good album from a low hanging star. I have been a fan of the artist since the beginning of his early career with Steely Dan.Published 15 months ago by Robert Morris
Best produced album of the 2000's hands down. I'll admit to being a fan of Steely Dan since their birth, and this album reveals Walter's best in songwriting and production. Read morePublished on July 19, 2013 by Phil Bondi
I was dissapointed with this record. Very well orchestrated, sound nice, but music has no catchy melody on any song.Published on July 11, 2013 by Enrique Claure
I am a Huge fan of Steely Dan music. I have been seeking out Walters music just for the sardonically worded lyrics.Published on May 6, 2013 by Idette Burton
Every cut is excellent;
I play this several times each day and it doesn't get old. The music, the lyrics and the back up singing is great.