FM (No Static at All)" is a song by American jazz-rock band Steely Dan, the title theme for the 1978 film FM. It made the US Top 40 that year when released as a single, a success relative to the film. Musically, it is a complex jazz-rock composition driven by its bass, guitar and piano parts, typical of the band's sound from this period; its lyrics look askance at the album-oriented rock format of many FM radio stations at that time, in contrast to the film's celebration of that medium.
Give her some funked up music, she treats you nice Feed her some hungry reggae, she'll love you twice The girls don't seem to care tonight As long as the mood is right. FM - no static at all. Give her some funked up music she treats you nice Feed her some hungry reggae she'll love you twice The girls don't seem to care tonight As long as the mood is right. Категория. Steely Dan. Авторы текста и музыки. Walter Becker, Donald Fagen.
by Steely Dan. Album: FM Soundtrack (1978). Charted: 49 22. Get the Sheet Music License This Song .
Steely Dan singles chronology. Deacon Blues" (1977). FM (No Static at All)" (1978). Steely Dan left the song off its first compilation, the two-disc Greatest Hits released at the end of 1978 (Fagen later joked that since MCA had sent them all the songs on the FM soundtrack, they might as well have put "More than a Feeling" on it instead) Nathan Haines and 2D. Woody Herman on his 1978 album Plays Chick, Donald, Walter, and Woodrow.
No Static At All) was one of Steely Dan's greatest numbers ever, showing up on the movie soundtrack ". reaching chart position in the US during 1978, and certainly sparked the dream of an album designed around this enchanting piece of wax. But alas it didn’t, and since the film from which it was derived, and its double album soundtrack took themselves so seriously, it fell to Steely Dan to interject a little wit into the proceedings. from one foot to the other, dreaming that the new Steely Dan album built around this track was going to rock our world. The Fun Facts: AM radio is amplitude modulated, meaning that the amplitude of the carrier frequency is varying in the same manner as the audio signal you are transmitting. FM radio is frequency modulated, meaning that the frequency of the carrier frequency is varying in the same manner as the audio signal you are transmitting.
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FM (No Static At All), the Steely Dan theme song to the movie FM starring Michael Brandon, entered the Billboard Hot 100 on 3 June 1978. Written as ever by Steely Dan mainstays Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, the song featured Fagen’s distinctive vocals, Becker on bass, and studio A-listers such as Toto’s Jeff Porcaro on drums. FM (No Static At All)’ opened on the US chart at No. 67; four weeks later, it was in the top 40, and peaked at No. 22 at the end of July. It was victorious at the following year’s Grammys, albeit in one of the more technical categories, as engineer Roger Nichols won the Best Recording, Non-Classical award, just as he had done a year earlier for Aja. ‘FM (No Static At All)’ is on The Very Best of Steely Dan, which can be bought here.
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