Walter Becker

Walter Carl Becker

Also known as Becker, W Becker, W. Backer, W. Becker, W.Becker, Walter Becher, Walter Beker, Walter Carl Becker, WB
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Discography of Walter Becker:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 11 Tracks Of Whack 12 Audio 1994
2 Android Warehouse 28 Audio 1998 Age Of Panik
3 Circus Money 12 Audio 2008-06-10
4 The Early Years 10 Audio 1984 Passport Records
5 You Gotta Walk It Like You Talk It (Or You'll Lose That Beat) 8 Audio 1978 Visa Records
6 You Gotta Walk It Like You Talk It (Or You'll Lose That Beat) “The Original Soundtrack” 8 Audio 1992 See For Miles Records Ltd.
7 Steely Dan Collection 25 Audio 1994 The Collection
8 The Early Years 10 Audio 1985 PVC Records
9 The Collection 21 Audio 1988 Castle Communications
10 Circus Money 12 Audio 2008 Sonic360
11 Circus Money 13 Audio 2008-06-10 Sonic360
12 11 Tracks Of Whack 12 Audio 1994
13 Remember "Steely Dan" 12 Audio 2003 Forever Gold
14 The Collection 21 Audio 1988 Castle Communications
15 11 Tracks Of Whack 12 Audio 1994 Giant Records
16 Tempus Fugit - The Original Recording 1968-71 14 Audio 2002 Thunderbolt
17 Sampler 4 Audio 1994 Giant Records
18 Words And Music 2 Audio 1994 Giant Records
19 Roaring Of The Lamb 17 Audio 1993 Charly Records
20 Greatest Hits Vol. 1 10 Audio Fabulous Sounds
21 The Early Years 10 Audio 1983 Line Records
22 The Early Years 10 Audio 1987 Line Records
23 Walter Becker & Donald Fagen 16 Audio 2001 Park South Records
24 Before Steely Dan 16 Audio 2006 Music Sessions
25 The Early Years 9 Audio 1989
26 Any World That I'm Welcome To 29 Audio 2003 Delta Music (UK)
27 11 Tracks Of Whack 13 Audio 1994
28 The Root Of Steely Dan 17 Audio 1999 Hallmark Records
29 You Gotta Walk It Like You Talk It (Or You'll Lose That Beat) 8 Audio 1978 Visa Records
30 11 Tracks Of Whack 12 Audio 1994 Giant Records


Born February 20, 1950 in New York, New York.

Becker met [a=Donald Fagen] while attending Bard College. The duo were part of [a=Jay & The Americans] for a while in the early 1970s, then formed the group [a=Steely Dan] in 1972. The band broke up in 1981, and Becker moved to Hawaii and began a career as a producer for a variety of artists, spanning from synth-pop groups to folk singers.

Walter Becker joined up with Fagen to collaborate on the debut album for [a=Rosie Vela], and then for a longer time to tour as Steely Dan in 1993. The duo worked on each-others solo albums, Fagen's "Kamakiriad" and Becker's "11 Tracks Of Whack." Walter Becker is currently working on his next album in New York.


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