|1||Come Back Baby||4:05|
|2||Brain Tap Shuffle||3:04|
|5||More To Come||2:52|
|7||The Old Regime||3:07|
|8||Roaring Of The Lamb||3:08|
|11||Any World That I'm Welcome To||3:43|
|12||I Can't Function||3:59|
|13||Mock Turtle Song||3:35|
|16||You Go Where I Go||2:06|
|80246 90709 2 7||Walter Becker & Donald Fagen||Walter Becker & Donald Fagen - Come Back Baby (CD, Comp, RE)||Blu Mountain||80246 90709 2 7||US||2003|
Walter Carl Becker (February 20, 1950 – September 3, 2017) was an American musician, songwriter, and record producer. He was best known as the co-founder, guitarist, bassist, and co-songwriter of the jazz rock band Steely Dan. Becker met future songwriting partner Donald Fagen while they were students at Bard College
Walter Becker, the guitarist and songwriter who made suavely subversive pop hits out of slippery jazz harmonies and verbal enigmas in Steely Dan, his partnership with Donald Fagen, died on Sunday.
Most of the tracks feature only Fagen on lead vocals and piano and Becker on bass and harmony vocals, though some of them are more developed arrangements presumably including Demian, the band with which they were playing at the time.
BECKER: The Don Fagen Jazz Trio. FAGEN: We’d play the less challenging standards of the day, Miles Davis. BECKER: But they liked our Halloween band. And it brought Walter to New York. He had come back to produce Donald’s album Kamakiriad, and then he was playing guitar onstage with Donald. While doing the Rock and Soul Revue, Fagen and Becker began to feel that people were still interested in Steely Dan. By now they had started writing together again.
Becker and bandmate Donald Fagen wrote some of the 1970s biggest hits, including 'Rikki Don't Lose that Number', 'Do It Again' and 'Reelin' in the Years'. Published: 15:37 BST, 3 September 2017 Updated: 23:06 BST, 3 September 2017.