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Farewell, Walter Becker Remembering the Elusive Genius of Steely Dan

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Walter Becker once explained Steely Dan's most affectionate satire, "Deacon Blues." "The protagonist is not a musician. He just sort of imagines that would be one of the mythic forms of loserdom to which he might aspire. And you know, who's to say that he's not right?"
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Mr Bartholomew (2 months ago)
ANOTHER ROBOT- STOP WITH THE ROBOTS. WE ARE NOT WATCHING MORE THAN 5 SECONDS
79steelymatt (9 months ago)
I have lost my musical idol my favorite artist ever-if I would have been a rock star I would have played it just like Walter Becker did-elusive snarky and dark keep them guessing and make fun of them and they never even knew it
Laura S. (9 months ago)
They are the musical geniuses of this century
Rob StGeorge (6 months ago)
Without a doubt in my mind.
Daily News (9 months ago)
Yeah! Exactly.

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