1981: Rickie Lee Jones, Pirates. Donald Fagen plays synthesizer on the title track. Warner Bros. 56816.
1981: Various artists, Heavy Metal soundtrack. With a Fagen composition, True Companion. Also co-produced by Donald and Elliott Scheiner. Epic EPC 88558.
1982: Eye to Eye, Eye to Eye. Produced by Gary Katz and featuring a Donald Fagen synthesizer solo on On The Mend. Warner Bros. K56940.
1983: Eye to Eye, Shakespeare Stole My Baby. Donald Fagen plays synth on Jabberwokky, again produced by Gary Katz. Warner Bros. 23919-1.
1983: Various artists, King of Comedy soundtrack. The Finer Things written by Donald Fagen and played by David Sanborn. Donald also sings background vocals and co-produces with Gary Katz. Warner Bros. 23765-1.
1983: Diana Ross, Ross. Features Love Will Make It Right, a Donald Fagen song; he plays synthesizer on the same track. Side One produced by Gary Katz. Capitol EST 1867051.
1983: James House, James House. Seven out of nine tracks produced by Gary Katz. Atlantic 80051-1.
1984: Various artists, That's The Way I Feel Now, a tribute to Thelonious Monk. Together with Steve Khan, Donald performs and arranges Reflections. Fagen was one of the first people contacted about the idea, and he readily agreed to take part. A&M SP-6600.
1984: Various artists, The Gospel at Colonus. Original cast recording of the stage show. Produced by Donald Fagen, Gary Katz, Daniel Lazerus and Bob Elson. Warner Bros. 925182-1.
1984: Greg Phillinganes, Pulse. Lazy Nina written and co-arranged by Donald Fagen. Planet FL 84698.
1984: Joe Cocker, Civilized Man. Produced by Gary Katz. Capitol EJ 24 01391.
1985: China Crisis, Flaunt the Imperfection. Produced by The Amazing Walter "Trevor Who" Becker, who plays synthesizer and percussion as well. Virgin.
1986: Rosie Vela, Zazu. Donald plays synthesizers on seven out of nine tracks; Walter plays guitar on a couple tracks and synth onTonto. It was while recording this album that they finally decided to reform Steely Dan after a six-year absence. Produced by Gary Katz, who only stepped in when Joe Jackson couldn't spare enough time to complete the whole project. A&M SP 6-5016.
Also rumored to be on Denny Doherty and Grass Roots' albums.
Last modified on Tue Feb 06 21:13:36 1996