At this point, they weren’t quite brilliant yet. But Steely Dan was on its way there.
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While “Planet D ‘Rhonda” may not be as great as “Miss Marlene” and “Good Stuff,” it does end ‘Sunken Condos’ on a strong and convincing musical note.
White’s “old, yet new” vibe again has him brilliantly mixing seemingly unrelated styles.
This time Fagen brings lyrics which are a equal to his stellar arrangements.
Ndegéocello has a complete command of music in its many forms – and the creativity to forge something different.
In praise of a song about bowling – yes, about bowling – from Donald Fagen’s ‘Sunken Condos.’
A force in its day, the music of this seminal funk-jazz-rock combo remains very much potent today.
I still don’t really know the entire story, and maybe its better that I don’t.
Emotions were running high in anticipation of this last pair of 2014 E Street shows. Tickets for the tiny Mohegan Sun Arena were a tough get. We felt lucky to be in the building.
<<< BACKWARD (“The New Breed”) ||| ONWARD (“Miss Marlene”) >>> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** “You’re a foxy lady. Your mama has a beautiful child. You’re built like a brick house and that’s no lie.” Wait a minute, did Donald Fagen sing that? Fagen is no stranger to funky songs as already demonstrated by “Slinky Thing” and Fagen hasRead More