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The song listed on Amazon as "Any World (That I'm Welcome To)" is from the album Katy Lied from 1975. I have it from Showbiz Kids: The Steely Dan Story 1972 - 1980.

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Re: YOUR FAVORITE ALBUMS

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km1404 wrote:

"Any World That I'm Welcome To", and "Any Major Dude" have helped through some dark days.


I used to have a lot of Steely Dan but I don't remember "Any World That I'm Welcome To".  And "Any Major Dude" is a major song.

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"Any World That I'm Welcome To", and "Any Major Dude" have helped through some dark days.

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How in the world can you pick one favorite?

My favorites are Joni Mitchell "Hejira", Steely Dan "Two Against Nature" and "Pretzel Logic", Charles Mingus "Charles Mingus' Finest Hour", Robert Palmer "Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley", Cassandra Wilson "Traveling Miles", and Isley Brothers "Harvest For the World". And, of course, anything by Neil Young.

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My favorite  album  is   Concert  By The  Sea       ERROL   Garner

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The Song Remains the Same   Zepp

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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Pink Floyd Dark side ot the moon Wish you were here

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You all realize that I now have to go out and either borrow or buy all these old albums. Not nice. 

 

And nobody has mentioned Pet Sounds by the Beach Boys. Best they ever did. 

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My favorite is the entire collection of Steely Dan.

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John Prine debut album,  Crosby Stills & Nash, "Deja Vu" and Joni Mitchell, "Blue"

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