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Age seems to agree with Steely Dan, whose leaders are looking more like the kind of jazz musicians they used to idolize.
Steely Dan, Bank of America Pavilion, May 29, 2007
| June 04, 2007
What small, private lists like this remind us is that big, honking institutional lists are largely fictions, mirages of a consensus that no longer exists, if it ever really did in the first place.
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| January 02, 2007
It wasn’t until the third song, “Josie,” that, 20 minutes into their nearly-two-hour set at the Tweeter Center last Sunday, Steely Dan found their hypnotic groove.
The mechanized hum of another world
| August 29, 2006
For a rock band who wrote songs about prostitutes, Eastern gurus, pedophilia, heroin, niece lust, Charlie Parker, and a post-apocalyptic world, Steely Dan have always had something akin to the last laugh.
Donald Fagen takes a solo shot
| March 09, 2006
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