From drummer Rick Marotta: “They were using up to six different rhythm sections for the same song, so I would beg them to just do it with me. So Donald and I did ‘Hey Nineteen’ and ‘Time Out Of Mind,’ just the three of us – the click track, Donald, and me. He sang and played piano, and I played the drum track. It took no time. That’s what’s on the record.” From the Gaucho album, “Hey Nineteen” went to # 10 in 1980.
Hey Nineteenby Steely Dan
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