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Reissued gradually over the past 18 months, with the final album, Gaucho, just
released in October, the Steely Dan catalog has been completely remastered (by ...
Fagen, one half of Steely Dan, continues his white boy generic funk slide to
mediocrity. The last thing of quality he had his name on was Dan's Gaucho, and
From there she moves right into the smooth jazz (think Steely Dan) of "Company
of Fools," the big band swing of "Wrap Me Up," and the irresistible Bossa Nova ...
In the tradition of Randy Newman and Steely Dan arrives singer/songwriter Ira
Ingber. Actually, Ingber has been around for a long time, but you didn't know it.
Some people have said that there's a definite Steely Dan influence in "Jane."
Does anybody in the band really care about Steely Dan? Yeah! I think all of us ...
I must say they're both really great records. Otherwise, I've been listening to
Depeche Mode, Steely Dan, Morrissey, and the new Cardigans record a lot lately
... early '70s, Burgess Shale are all over the map, haunted by vintage Santana in
the beginning of "Fuzzy Logic" and maybe even Steely Dan on "Thanksgiving." ...
... potentially call it prog-infused post-hardcore, somewhat similar in tone to every
one from Dismemberment Plan to Codeine, from Jim O'Rourke to Steely Dan.
... to revive things with three sweet (and vocal-less) tracks: "Stargazer" is just
about as Kraftwerky as it can be with those Steely Dan horns and that BT
History lesson: Aja was a platinum selling album from the team of Walter Becker
and Donald Fagan, popularly known as Steely Dan. Its jazz-rock styles spun out ...