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Steely Dan- Pretzel Logic 1991

Though technically not appearing as Steely Dan on the 1991 return to the stage of Donald Fagen, the New York Rock’n’Soul Revue   did include former Steely Dan background singer Michael McDonald, who sings the bridge part along with Fagen on this note perfect live version of “Pretzel Logic”, the title song to the third […]

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Steely Dan- Aja Anniversary Tribute to Walter Becker- Donald Fagen 10-2

It is a bittersweet anniversary the week of October 2 here In the Studio, as the anniversary of one of rock music’s pillars of excellence, Aja   , is framed with the death of Steely Dan co-founding guitarist/ songwriter Walter Becker. Donald Fagen hosts, with archival interviews with Walter Becker about “Black Cow”,”Deacon Blues“, “Peg“, […]

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Steely Dan-Can’t Buy a Thrill

Very sad to report that Steely Dan co-founder/ guitarist Walter Becker has passed away after a long illness. From the mid-1960s up through the early Eighties it was standard in the music business to release a lead single, or even two, from “baby bands” to North American radio stations in order to generate some interest […]

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Boz Scaggs-Some Change-Dallas 5-94

Here’s Dallas Texas native Boz Scaggs performing the title song to his album Some Change  live on my Dallas afternoon radio show in May 1994. As Nile Rodgers would say , “Smooth as a gravy sandwich …”. See Scaggs steal the show with Michael McDonald and Steely Dan‘s Donald Fagen all together as The Dukes […]

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Boz Scaggs-Lowdown-May 1994-Dallas

Much to my delight, Dallas-via-San Francisco rhythm and bluesman Boz Scaggs has been quite prolific in the 21st century, with the new A Fool to Care   just arriving. One look at the superb Dukes of September  concert DVD confirms my impression from witnessing the actual 2012 tour featuring Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, and Boz […]

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Toy Matinee-Last Plane Out-Dallas 1990

This one haunts me. Believe me, I am far from being alone in the admiration and appreciation of the obvious musical talent of singer/songwriter Kevin Gilbert, first demonstrated in Summer 1990 with the collaboration with pop producer Patrick Leonard as Toy Matinee. Gilbert had been a mainstay in the late ’80s singer/songwriter L.A. brat pack […]

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Redbeard’s Most Significant Interviews A-Z

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