Aja - Steely Dan


Steely Dan

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1977-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ 1977 UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Black Cow Steely Dan 5:10 USD 1.29
Aja Steely Dan & Tom Scott 8:00 USD 1.29
Deacon Blues Steely Dan 7:36 USD 1.29
Peg Steely Dan & Tom Scott 4:00 USD 1.29
Home at Last Steely Dan & Tom Scott 5:35 USD 1.29
I Got the News Steely Dan & Tom Scott 5:07 USD 1.29
Josie Steely Dan 4:30 USD 1.29


  • Must Own!

    By Thekidsfather
    This is a must own for any audiophile.
  • Aja/Steely Dan

    By D.J. Skippy-Skip
    Almost 40 Years Ago I Love To Listen To This Album Like A Rock-Jazz That's My Favorite Rock-Jazz Fusion Album. Terry T. Walker.
  • Top 5

    By Jstrausbaugh1212
    Every song blends seamlessly onto the next. It is a perfect album. Loved the day it came out on vinyl (the first of many copies I've bought over the decades) in the '70's and is still my go to record when I'm undecided. It always fits the bill.
  • Masterpiece

    By Leonard Jones
    What was a twelve year old kid doing riding his bike to Music Plus to buy this album? I didn't know it but this album is timeless, and the musicianship is unbelievable. One of the best albums of the 70's or any decade for that matter. Still sounds good so many years later. Buy it.
  • Fantastic

    By Reasonable Words
    One of my all time favorite albums ever.
  • One of those albums I consider perfect, and you should too

    By Dylan Utz
    Great, really. They call this rock-jazz but there's certainly more in the mix than that. Every song is musically advanced to perfection by Becker and Fagen, each with its own strengths, and with the power of a number of renowned studio musicians, no track is bad. Occurrences such as these are rare in music. It's a great album, buy it, live it, love it. You won't regret a second.
  • Guitarist but....

    By JDJazz
    I'm a closet drummer. Aja is Steve Gadd's paragon, a performance nonpareil, but Bernard Purdie on Home at Last invented the jazz shuffle. This would later appear on Babylon Sisters and Toto's Rosanna. Absolutely the hippest groove. Can't get enough!
  • Simply the best

    By Spartanl99
    One of the best albums from one of the best artists of all time.
  • 7.5/10

    By The Chair Of Torture
    Aja is an extremely interesting album that has its highs and lows. The track Aja is my third favorite Steely Dan song of all time. But I really hate Peg. It sounds stupid and has a stupid concept aswell. The track Josie is a blast to listen to, I Got the News and Home at Last are alright, Black Cow is good (Its about a cheating wife), and Deacon Blues is my second favorite track on this album.
  • Aja

    By mblydenburg1220
    Quite simply the most magnificent album/CD in my collection, hands down. As fresh and exciting today as it was the day it was first released quite some time ago. I have listened to it in whole or in part almost every single day since 1977, and that is the truth. Black Cow might possibly be the best song ever penned by DF/WB. They are by far my favorite band. I have had the pleasure of seeing them numerous times and my life would not be as complete had it not been for the opportunity to experience their music. I can't possibly say enough about Aja, except it will never dissappoint you, and it is absolutely timeless