℗ 2006 Reprise Records
 

Morph The Cat

Donald Fagen

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1.1
Morph the Cat
Donald Fagen
6:49
1.2
H Gang
Donald Fagen
5:14
1.3
What I Do
Donald Fagen
6:00
1.4
Brite Nitegown
Donald Fagen
7:16
1.5
The Great Pagoda of Funn
Donald Fagen
7:36
1.6
Security Joan
Donald Fagen
6:09
1.7
The Night Belongs to Mona
Donald Fagen
4:14
1.8
Mary Shut the Garden Door
Donald Fagen
6:27
1.9
Morph the Cat (Reprise)
Donald Fagen
2:53
Total Playing Time    52:38
"... [Donal Fagen's] third solo album is as relevant as a Bill Murray movie or a Chris Ware comic book - bittersweet and immaculately finished ... With razor-sharp horns and Prince-like vocals, it's a killer." - The Guardian Morph the Cat is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Donald Fagen. Released on March 7, 2006, Morph the Cat was described by Fagen as his "death album" in an interview with Fred Kaplan of The New York Times. Musicians on the album include drummer Keith Carlock, saxophonist Walt Weiskopf, bassist Freddie Washington, and guitarists Frank Vignola, Jon Herington, Wayne Krantz, and Hugh McCracken.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reprise Studio Masters

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