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Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Guitar Solos

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Guitar Solos

Steely Dan fanatics John Lawler, Preston Frazier and S. Victor Aaron select their fave five guitar solos from the band is synonymous with iconic guitar solos.

Steely Dan Sunday: Songs That Got Us Hooked on Steely Dan

Steely Dan Sunday: Songs That Got Us Hooked on Steely Dan

Our panel of Steely Dan fanatics reminisce about that magic moment when their minds were blown away by the artful brilliance of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker.

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers, Part 2

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers, Part 2

These selections just might surprise you, and in a good way, too.

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers

We find a wide diversity of artists applying a wide diversity of styles.

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Deep Cuts

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Deep Cuts

We previosuly picked our most beloved Steely Dan singles, now we choose the finest five of their deep cuts.

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Singles

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Singles

We pick the five best-ever singles from Steely Dan, rank ‘em and praise ‘em!

Steely Dan Sunday, “Gullywater” aka “Funky Driver” (1975, unreleased)

Steely Dan Sunday, “Gullywater” aka “Funky Driver” (1975, unreleased)

Another cut with great promise, only to be shelved along with so many other ‘Katy Lied’ session nuggets. Perhaps not a Top 5 tune lay in the heart of this beast, but a heart that was very much ALIVE.

Steely Dan Sunday, “Mr. Sam” (1975, unreleased)

Steely Dan Sunday, “Mr. Sam” (1975, unreleased)

It’s everything one would expect from a song of the mid-Jurassic period of Steely Dan.

Steely Dan Sunday, “Your Gold Teeth II (instrumental demo)” (1975)

Steely Dan Sunday, “Your Gold Teeth II (instrumental demo)” (1975)

Here’s why Jeff Porcaro was a favorite among Steely Dan’s many drummers.

Steely Dan Sunday, “Stand by the Seawall” (1977, unreleased)

Steely Dan Sunday, “Stand by the Seawall” (1977, unreleased)

A crystalline peak behind the scenes of Steely Dan’s studio gigs.