Dime Dancing is a collection of eight songs from the classic 1970s era discography of Steely Dan, arranged and reimagined by Brooklyn guitarist Andrew Green. Featuring predominantly strings, woodwinds and acoustic guitar, each ensemble is unique in instrumentation and style, while maintaining a firm connection to the sourcesí pop/rock roots. Influences range from classical to gamelan, salsa, Brazilian, early jazz, bluegrass and even a hint of electronica. In some cases, these FM radio staples are taken at radically different tempos to reveal new meanings.

Dime Dancing is a collection of eight songs from the classic 1970s era discography of Steely Dan, arranged and reimagined by Brooklyn guitarist Andrew Green. Featuring predominantly strings, woodwinds and acoustic guitar, each ensemble is unique in instrumentation and style, while maintaining a firm connection to the sourcesí pop/rock roots. Influences range from classical to gamelan, salsa, Brazilian, early jazz, bluegrass and even a hint of electronica. In some cases, these FM radio staples are taken at radically different tempos to reveal new meanings.

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Dime Dancing: The Music Of Steely Dan
Artist: Andrew Green
Format: CD
New: Available 9.98
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DISC: 1

1. Black Cow
2. Aja
3. Any World (That Iím Welcome To)
4. Reeliní in the Years
5. Dirty Work
6. Daddy Donít Live in That NYC No More
7. Everything You Did
8. Rikki Donít Lose That Number

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Dime Dancing is a collection of eight songs from the classic 1970s era discography of Steely Dan, arranged and reimagined by Brooklyn guitarist Andrew Green. Featuring predominantly strings, woodwinds and acoustic guitar, each ensemble is unique in instrumentation and style, while maintaining a firm connection to the sourcesí pop/rock roots. Influences range from classical to gamelan, salsa, Brazilian, early jazz, bluegrass and even a hint of electronica. In some cases, these FM radio staples are taken at radically different tempos to reveal new meanings.