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DTS entertainment DTS CD 1014
20 BIT / 5.1 CHANNEL

Remixed for DTS by
ELLIOT SCHEINER
 

Assistant Engineers
PHIL BURNETT and JAY RYAN

 

Mixed for 5.1 Channel at
RIVER SOUND STUDIOS NYC

 

20 Bit DIGITAL MASTERING by
BOB LUDWIG at GATEWAY MASTERING STUDIOS, INC.

Portland, Maine

 

DTS Encoding by
BRANT BILES
Courtesy of DTS TECHNOLOGY,
Westlake Village, CA

DTS
 

Executive Producers for DTS
BILL NEIGHBORS and RORY S. KAPLAN



D I G I T A L  S U R R O U N D  M U S I C  D I S C S

Digtal Theater Systems (DTS) is already recognized around the world for producing the finest "surround sound" digital ever developed for motion pictures. This same Digital Surround technology is also available for music recordings, creating unique opportunity to experience a truly state-of -the-art multi-channel mix of any multi-track master recording.

Each compact disc from DTS Entertainment is encoded with a discrete 5.1-channel surround mix that is a direct 20-bit transfer from the original multi-channel master tape. The result is a new level of sonic realism that dramatically transcends all previous "stereo" vesions, changing forever the way we can experience recorded music.

All DTS-encoded movies and music recordings are mixed and mastered to be compatible with the 5.1 speaker configurations that are designed for home theater and car surround audio systems. However, it is already anticipated that each title will vary in terms of how each artist/engineer/producer chooses to mix their multi-channel master, in terms of what musical information is allocated into each of the five full-range channels and the L.F.E.(.1) sub-woofer track.

For optimum playback of all future recordings, it is highly recommended that full-range, equally-matched loudspeakers are utilized for all five of the main channels (including the "surrounds").

In the beginning, there was mono...then there was stereo. As we now begin the evolution into Digital Surround music recordings, we can imagine someday reminiscing about the "old days" when we all settled for a system with only two speakers...and how incredible a discrete 360-degree 5.1 multi-channel audio systems sounds in comparison.


GAUCHO
MCA 1980

Babylon Sisters
Hey Nineteen
Glamour Profession

Gaucho
Time out of Mind
My Rival
Third World Man

 

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY WALTER BECKER
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Lead Voclas by Donald Fagen
Rythm Arrangements by Steely Dan
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Recorded at: Soundworks N.Y.C./A & R
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Mixdown at: A & R Studios and Village
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Executive Engineer: Roger Nichols
Tracking: Elliot Scheiner, Bill Schnee
Overdub: Roger Nichols, Jerry Garszza
Mixdown: Elliot Scheiner
Sequencing and Special Effects: Roger
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Assistant Engineers: Barbara Issak,
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Special Thanks to: Scott Luther and Fred
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Fabulous vintage electric guitars
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Piano Technician: Don Farrar
Italian Translation: Victor di Suvero
Cash: Leonard Freedman
Clout: Front Line Management

Album Design & Art Direction:
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Design Assistant: John Tom Cohoe
Photography: René Burri/Magnum

Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk,
N.Y.C.

PRODUCED BY GARY KATZ


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Babylon Sisters

Drive west on Sunset
To the sea
Turn that jungle music down
Just until we're out of town
This is no one-night stand
It's a real occassion
Close your eyes and you'll be there
It's everything they say
The end of a perfect day
Distant lights from across the bay

[Chorus:]
Babylon sisters shake it
Babylon sisters shake it
So fine so young
Tell me I'm the only one

Here come those Santa Anna winds again

We'll jog with show folk
On the sand
Drink kirschwasser from a shell
San Francisco Show and Tell
Well I should know by now
That it's just a spasm
Like a Sunday in T.J.
That it's cheap but it's not free
That I'm not what I used to be
And that love's not a game for three

[Chorus]

[solo]

My friends say no don't go
For that cotton candy
Son you're playing with fire
The kid will live and learn
As he watches his bridges burn
From the point of no return

[Chorus]

Drums: Bernard Purdie
Bass: Chuck Rainey
Electric Piano/Clavinet: Don Grolnick
Guitar: Steve Kahn
Percussion: Crusher Bennett
Trumpet/Flugelhorn: Randy Brecker
Tenor/Alto/Clarinet: Tom Scott
Bass Clarinets: George Marge, Walter Kane
Backup Vocals: Leslie Miller, Patti Austin
Toni Wine, Lani Groves, Diva Gray
Gordon Grody


Horns arranged by Rob Mounsey


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Hey Nineteen

Way back when
In sixty-seven
I was the dandy
Of Gamma Chi
Sweet things from Boston
So young and willing
Moved down to Scarsdale
Where the hell am I

Hey Nineteen
No we can't dance together
No we can't talk at all
Please take me along
When you slide on down

Hey Nineteen
That's 'Retha Franklin
She don't remember
The Queen of Soul
It's hard times befallen
The sole survivors
She thinks I'm crazy
But I'm just growing old

Hey Nineteen
No we got nothin' in common
No we can't talk at all
Please take me along
When you slide on down

[solo]

[ad libbed lines:]
Nice, sure looks good,
Hm hm hmm, skate a little lower now

The Cuervo Gold
The fine Colombian
Make tonight a wonderful thing
(say it again)

The Cuervo Gold
The fine Colombian
Make tonight a wonderful thing

The Cuervo Gold
The fine Colombian
Make tonight a wonderful thing

No we can't dance together
No we can't talk at all

Drums: Rick Marotta
Bass: Walter Becker
Electric Piano/Syntesizer: Donald Fagen
Guitars: Hugh McCracken, Walter Becker
Percussion: Victor Feldman, Steve Gadd
Backup Vocals: Frank Floyd, Zack Sanders


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Glamour Profession

6:05 outside the stadium
Special delivery
For Hoops McCann
Brut and Charisma
Poured from the shadow where he stood
Looking good
He's a crowd pleasing man
One on one
He's schoolyard superman
Crashing the backboard
He's Jungle Jim again
When it's all over
We'll make some calls from my car
We're a star

It's a glamour profession
The L.A. concession
Local boys will spend a quarter
Just to shine the silver bowl
Living hard will take its toll

Illegal fun
Under the sun

All aboard
The Carib Cannibal
Off to Barbados
Just for the ride
Jack with his radar
Stalking the dread moray eel
At the wheel
With his Eurasian bride
On the town
We dress for action
Celluloid bikers
Is Friday's theme
I drove the Chrysler
Watched from the darkness while they danced
I'm the one

[Chorus]

Hollywood
I know your middle name
Who inspires your fabled fools
That's my claim to fame

[solo]

Jive Miguel
He's in from Bogota
Meet me at midnight
At Mr. Chow
Szechuan dumplings
After the deal has been done
I'm the one

[Chorus]

Drums: Steve Gadd
Bass: Anthony Jackson
Electric Piano/Synthesizer: Donald Fagen

Piano: Rob Mounsey
Guitar: Steve Kahn
Percussion: Ralph McDonald
Tenor: Michel Brecker
Tenor/Lyricon: Tom Scott
Backup Vocals: Leslie Miller, Valerie Simpson


Horns arranged by Tom Scott


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Gaucho
Written by Donald Fagen, Walter Becker and Keith Jarrett

Just when I say
"Boy we can't miss
You are golden"
Then you do this
You say this guy is so cool
Snapping his fingers like a fool
One more expensive kiss-off
Who do you think I am

Lord I know you're a special friend
But you don't seem to understand
We got heavy rollers
I think you should know
Try again tomorrow

Can't you see they're laughing at me
Get rid off him
I don't care what you do at home
Would you care to explain

Who is the gaucho amigo
Why is he standing
In your spangled leather poncho
And your elevator shoes
Bodacious cowboys
Such as your friend
Will never be welcome here
High in the Custerdome

What I tell you
Back down the line
I'll scratch your back
You can scratch mine
No he can't sleep on the floor
What do you think I'm yelling for
I'll drop him near the freeway
Doesn't he have a home

Lord I know you're a special friend
But you refuse to understand
You're a nasty schoolboy
With no place to go
Try again tomorrow

Don't tell me he'll wait in the car
Look at you
Holding hands with the man from Rio
Would you care to explain

Who is the gaucho amigo
Why is he standing
In your spangled leather poncho
With the studs that match your eyes
Bodacious cowboys
Such as your friend
Will never be welcome here
High in the Custerdome

Drums: Jeff Porcaro
Bass: Walter Becker
Piano: Rob Mounsey

Electric Piano/Synthesizer: Donald Fagen
Guitar: Steve Kahn

Solo Guitar: Walter Becker
Percussion: Crusher Bennett

Tenor: Tom Scott
Trumpet: Randy Brecker
Backup Vocals: Leslie Miller, Valerie Simpson,

Patti Austin

Horns arranged by Tom Scott


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Time Out of Mind

Son you better be ready for love
On this glory day
This is your chance to believe
What I've got to say

Keep your eyes on the sky
Put a dollar in the kitty
Don't the moon look pretty

Tonight when I chase the dragon
The water may change to cherry wine
And the silver will turn to gold
Time out of mind

I am holding the mystical stone
It's direct from Lasa
Where people are rolling in the snow
Far from the world we know

Children we have it right here
It's the light in my eyes
It's perfection and grace
It's the smile on my face

Tonight when I chase the dragon
The water may change to cherry wine
And the silver will turn to gold
Time out of mind

[solo]

Children we have it right here
It's the light in my eyes
It's perfection and grace
It's the smile on my face

Tonight when I chase the dragon
The water may change to cherry wine
And the silver will turn to gold
Time out of mind

Drums: Rick Marotta
Bass: Walter Becker
Piano: Rob Mounsey

Electric Piano/Synthesizer: Donald Fagen
Guitars: Hugh McCracken, Walter Becker
Solo Guitar: Mark Knopfler
Trumpet: Randy Brecker
Tenors: Michael Brecker, Dave Tofani
Altos: David Sanborn

Baritone: Ronny Cuber
Backup Vocals: Michael McDonald,

Leslie Miller, Patti Austin, Valerie Simpson

Horns arranged by Rob Mounsey


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My Rival

The wind was driving in my face
The smell of prickly pear
(My rival-show me my rival)
The milk truck eased into my space
Somebody screamed somewhere

I struck a match against the door
Of Anthony's Bar and Grill
I was the whining stranger
A fool in love
With time to kill

I've got detectives on his case
They filmed the whole charade
(My rival-show me my rival)
He's got a scar across his face
He wears a hearing aid

Sure he's a jolly roger
Until he answers for his crime
Yes, I'll match him whim for whim now

[solo]

I still recall when I first held
Your tiny hand in mine
(My rival-show me my rival)
I loved you more than I can tell
But now it's stomping time

Sure he's a jolly roger
Until he answers for his crime
Yes, I'll match him whim for whim now

Drums: Steve Gadd
Bass: Anthony Jackson
Electric Piano: Patrick Rebillot

Organ/Synthesizer: Donald Fagen
Guitars: Hiram Bullock, Rick Derringer

Solo Guitar: Steve Kahn
Percussion: Ralph McDonald

Timbales: Nicholas Marrero
Flugelhorn: Randy Brecker
Tenor: Michael Brecker
Trombone: Wayne Andre
Backup Vocals: Valerie Simpson,

Frank Floyd, Zack Sanders

Horns arranged by Tom Scott


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Third World Man

Johnny's playroom
Is a bunker filled with sand
He's become a third world man

Smoky Sunday
He's been mobilized since dawn
Now he's crouching on the lawn
He's a third world man

Soon you'll throw down your disguise
We'll see behind those bright eyes
By and by
When the sidewalks are safe
For the little guy

I saw the fireworks
I believed that I was dreaming
Till the neighbours came out screaming
He's a third world man

[solo]

Soon you'll throw down your disguise
We'll see behind those bright eyes
By and by
When the sidewalks are safe
For the little guy

When he's crying out
I just sing that Ghana Rondo
E l'era del terzo mondo
He's a third world man

He's a third world man

He's a third world man

Drums: Steve Gadd
Bass: Chuck Rainey
Electric Piano: Joe Sample
Electric, Acoustic Guitars: Steve Kahn

Solo Guitar: Larry Carlton
Synthesizer: Rob Mounsey


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