2. Walter Becker - Three Picture Deal
3. Walter Becker - Upside Looking Down
4. Donald Fagen - Mary Shut The Garden Door
Morph The Cat
5. Blue Floyd - Beatjam/Come Together
6. Simon and Garfunkel - Kodachrome/Mabellene
The Concert In Central Park
7. Eagles - Earlybird
8. Frank Zappa - Keep It Greasey
9. The Beatles - Happy Christmas
10. The Crimson Jazz Trio - Matte Kudasai
King Crimson Songbook Vol 1
11. Yes - Harold Land - Yes
12. Elliott Randall - Hey Nineteen - The Royal Dan - A Tribute
13. The Greedies - A Merry Jingle - 1979 single
14. Domenic Troiano - Eleanora Fagan - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection
15. The Beatles - Wait - Rubber Soul
16. The Rotary Connection - Peace At Last - Peace
17. Jukka Tolonen - Hysterica - Crossection (compilation LP)
18. Atomic Rooster - S.L.Y. - Atomic Ro-o-ster
19. Donald Fagen - Green Flower Street - The Nightfly
20. David Bowie - Memory Of A Free Festival (bonus track) - Space Oddity
Instead we got a surge in "Steely Dania", with Walter Becker placed 2 and 3 and Donald Fagen 4. And Steely Dan itself taking the top position.
Beatles did not only make it the Top 10 with the 1969 Christmas track, but also through a cover of Come Together by a ... Pink Floyd cover band (!).
And Christmas did score a second and third position among the 20; The Greedies at 13 and Rotary Connection at 16.
Let's see what January brings...
The Big Goodbye ... sort ofFor some time now we've been pondering the sanity of keeping a site updated once a month as well as a much more frequently updated blog.
The way we've decided to do it from here on is to focus on the blog and just keep this page and site as a place for the stuff already published. And the Album of the Month pages.
All this should take effect February 2009. No more updates of this page. Keep your eye on the blog.