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Pretzel Logic has shorter songs and fewer instrumental jams than the group's 1973 album Countdown to Ecstasy. Steely Dan considered it their attempt at complete musical statements within the three-minute pop-song format. The album's music is characterized by harmonics, counter-melodies, and bop phrasing. It also relies often on straightforward pop influences.
Steely Dan | Pretzel Logic (1974) This is perhaps their most accessible album. Talented musicians having fun. Love it!
Pretzel Logic. By Steely Dan. It's true-so now's the perfect time to celebrate their landmark 1974 album. Plus-new liners by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen! Here are Rikki Don't Lose That Number. Tracks: Charlie Freak, East St. Louis Toodle-Oo, Night By Night. Format: Original recording remastered. Item dimensions: width: 494, height: 45. Release Date: 1999-05-11.
Has it really been 25 years since Steely Dan thrust into the Top 10 with Pretzel Logic ? It's true-so now's the perfect time to celebrate their landmark 1974 album. Here are Rikki Don't Lose That Number; Pretzel Logic , and the rest of the original album, with (for the first time on CD) complete lyrics and all original graphics and notes. Plus-new liners by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen!
Pretzel Logic is the third studio album by the American rock band Steely Dan, released on February 20, 1974. The album was a commercial and critical success upon its release. Its hit single "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" helped restore Steely Dan's radio presence after the disappointing performance of their 1973 album Countdown to Ecstasy.
Pretzel Logic is the third studio album by the American rock band Steely Dan, released on February 20, 1974, by ABC Records.
Pretzel Logic by Steely Dan. The thing I really miss about vinyl albums is the cover art. You would put on your new record, fire up a joint and study that album cover from front to back. Good Times!
Pretzel Logic - Steely Dan (1974) - Album Cover
One of my all time favorite albums