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ALBUM INTRO The Nightfly is the first solo album by Steely Dan co-founder Donald Fagen, released in 1982. It was one of the first fully digital recordings of popular music.[1][dead link] Although The Nightfly includes a number of production staff and musicians who had played on Steely Dan records, it is notably Fagen's first release without longtime collaborator Walter Becker.

Unlike the majority of Fagen's work before this point, The Nightfly is almost blatantly autobiographical.[2] Many of the songs relate to the cautiously optimistic mood of his suburban childhood in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and include such lyrical topics as late night jazz deejays, bomb shelters, and tropical vacations.

The Nightfly was certified Platinum in both the US and UK, and produced two popular hits with "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)" and "New Frontier". It also received several 1983 Grammy Award nominations. This relatively low-key but long-lived popularity led the Wall Street Journal in 2007 to dub the album, "one of pop music's sneakiest masterpieces."[2]

All songs by Donald Fagen, except where noted

"I.G.Y." – 6:03
"Green Flower Street" – 3:42
"Ruby Baby" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller), Arranged by Donald Fagen – 5:39
"Maxine" – 3:49
"New Frontier" – 6:21
"The Nightfly" – 5:47
"The Goodbye Look" – 4:50
"Walk Between Raindrops" – 2:38
ALBUM CONDITION This is in great shape ,cover is very good very little paper missing vinyl plays well both sides.

Donald Fagen "Nightfly" Rolling Stone calls it Fagan's Masterpiece of 1982 Original Vintage Vinyl


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: ink, paper, vinyl, cardboard
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