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"donald fagen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The great men and their little suit. That's exactly right. Remember you are the members of stealing Weller. They were Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Okay. Ariel, who's interested, gone faster, joined the band to Doobie Brothers for a while. Because guess where you realized because we're a band that weren't a touring now. They were just a student studio. They really start. If you ever see them in concert, it'll only be obviously Becker dead. But if you ever seen the concert is pretty fantastic. Donald Thinking is, you know was never performed. Thiss music was meant to be recording played on the radio. Even skunk just sat there and played guitar, but I saw quarter arena. In San Diego. They pulled this big curtain and blocked off headquarters because not many people would Rob Keller's yesterday. He's the CEO of a company called Arrow A Y Our O. That's also their stock symbol on NASDAQ. Guero. Hey, has been in this transportation business for many, many years serving as president of Segway. You've heard that a CZ well, Asti three motion. We actually interviewed T three motion many many years ago. If I'm not mistaken, it was the three wheels sort of was that I was right. Rod was at a three wheel type deal. Remember that correctly Thie T three law enforcement prosecutions, shopping centers, grocery sports venues. Paul Blart mall cop drove. So talk to me about About this world of Tesla and batteries and TV's. That's only helping businesses like yours. But also, you know, just the fact of how many cars are on the road. Is there going to be a day when we see A an arrow. Ask car on the freeway. In your opinion, you know, I would say if you if you do see a consumer vehicle must its a good ways out. We're trying to say very specifically focused on commercial purpose. Build vehicles. I mean, you protest 12 years, probably quarter. But the market cap that come together over $100 billion now, so I think it's hard to argue that have TVs material or materialized. Now there's a market really. It is. And it just helps us. In fact, you may have read test was actually decide. They're going over the Gigafactory to build their truck here in Austin, Texas. So it's interesting on Gladys. I'm glad I have a friend in Austin because my daughter goes to school there, love Roger. You're not now you know your uncle Rod, but that's a lesson and staying in your lane. Is it not? With respect as the businesses and I think you should talk about that, for those entrepreneurs are listening to us as well as shareholders. There's a real lesson in to stay in your lane, no pun intended center in the transportation businessman because you could get the ambitious and go in that direction. But it's not going to serve your serve your strength right now, is it No, it's not one of the silver linings Cove. It isn't now you know, you know the universe you're faced with. How do I get in food and beverage to students without asking grand into a dining hall now are vehicles of is a perfect complement to that challenge. One of the large club car dealers coming called Gallery carts out of Colorado. They built a hot and cold food box drops on top of our platform, and now you could places across campus campuses, strategic locations. The students are changing classes. So rather than four students to come to food, we take food of the students now. Yeah, that's so Let's talk about the opportunity. So first of all, just because we kind of skipped that altogether. How are you guys doing during covert Isn't air you still Feeling like you're moving the ball forward. Orders have been significant changes as a company and as a CEO of a public company with respect. I think the demand is there, but it's all it's all on hold because obviously there's a lot of question about Where the university get funding, in fact, for a period of time during the first few months of code that there wouldn't be anyone at university to receive anything if you shifted, But the demand is there we begin to see freed up, I expect is going to be a very, very strong 2021. Well, there has to be because it was talked about before you came on the air with us. It's a $4 billion problem, not having collegiate sports not having And that's just that's just the SportsCenter. And there's also the issue of what we talked about the college experience and so on and so forth, because kids are getting the same college experience being cause and that's the end. That's the argument for opening schools back up long as it's safe, are you Do you think that you're going to see as the economy opens up? Suddenly, the order piping pipeline hits you exponentially, And if so, That is, That's a good problem. Having a bad problem at the same time, is it not mean we think quality problems have so a lot of the demand that we've got is just on hold because you said, you know, a lot of a lot of funding inside big universities is all a function that comes from big athletic programs like right here in Unity and Austin. So I think is they get cleared around how they're going to fund some of the stuff they're going. They're going to let go of the throttle and a lot of demand has been up. Gonna get delivered next year. Hey, Rod, I gotta ask you, So let's say that pent up demand hits and I know there's a lot of companies that haven't thought about this and you're one of them that has Only in doing research on you guys. You have the manufacturing capacity. That's it. That's the thing that's a big deal between you and competitors and maybe some other verticals out there. Yeah, we do. In fact, one of the advantages I think we've got is a cz we bring in. I refer to him as they are fits almost and that they're 40% of the finished. Like duty truck that we build. We bring it in from our supply chain out of Asia. We do all final assembly in Austin cost of adding additional lines only about $80,000 and we can build up to 600 vehicles per month. How long's it had six rock? What is the like from from inception to delivery. You identify a client. He needs a specific type of vehicle on. We're seeing some really good footage. If you're watching and listening to some radio radio, All you have to do is just going to be busy dot com will have this length of our website. But from from inception of fruition, you have a criteria specific vehicle to make. What's the turnaround time from from from the word go.
"donald fagen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Go, go get out before you know there's no loaded know low to go. It's Ah, It's small's change Was that was the album My meditations upon ageing. What are your meditations? Well, it's about everything that you either gain or lose as the themselves grow old. So In some cases, you gain wisdom. In some cases, you lose certain abilities. But even so, there are things you can find. There's a song whose whose title I can't mention on the air. Which is about you know, even as a Sze yu lose. Let's say some of your dentition is to label to give pleasure and s so nicely done. Thank you, So it's a celebration as well as a commemoration of the process. Really? They are going through a hope to. So when you're in stage now a day An older age when you were you know, back in the eighties. Do you move differently? Do you find they're things you can't do? Um my leaping has been constrained Obit because I can't leave his high thes things happen, But it's more about I've got the endurance. You know, we did the sort of the first emanation of the show in New Orleans last year with Louisiana Philharmonic, these air symphony tours and unusually for rock and roll. It's a cliche, of course, older rockers play with a symphony orchestra, and I thought, Well, that is a cliche even to talk about it. So we have two Symphony orchestra one life and wanna live via satellite from Budapest, Hungary. And so it's a It's a It's a full on show. You know, people used to say, Oh, that Springsteen he goes on for four hours. I can't do that. Never could do that. I got bored, but I'm still up there for 2.5. I was singing and playing. So why Budapest, Hungary. Ah! Well, that's where Budapest is. You know, you could go with you Go with the Budapest. Issa's guys have great orchestra. They're okay. They work like a studio orchestra, so they play for Adverts and movie schools. Okay and there. I believe their slogan is we're affordable helps in the guests that you have. To come. Play with you is a pretty good list. Yeah. Ah, onstage with us will be Steve Luca, ther of Toto and just two guitar. God among God, Although there's only one good on DH two weasels, APPA, who is of course, the sign of the famous Apple family. And then via satellite we have Donald Fagen. You have Steely Dan fame. Steve I of Steve I fame and the snarky puppy horns is part of this great young jazz rock fusion kind of, or confusion band. Ah, and the Budapest and of course, yes. Affordable. They're affordable. Derek. How is the industry changed from the eighties until now, In terms of getting your music out. It's changed a lot. Yeah, used to be able to say, you know, go by the shop and pick it up, and then we'd go by the shop. All of us have had the experience of going by the shop. Where's our recording? The Ah, So now we skip the middleman. There's no shop, and this break is still not available. So it's It's just a struggle. It's always a struggle. Now. You know you got streaming. And they say, Oh, it's ah 00.0 true sense every time it gets played. This is the inspiration for a song on the record and I do in the live show called Give Me some more money. Way, actually, on stage. We'll have a kick start of for all of the soloists and try to see if we can raise for money for them during the show itself last time it was didn't really amount to more than a tip job way have hoped.
"donald fagen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Down by the door and catch the rain man. It isn't money science it is it was about like Faintly. Investors were committed suicide jumping out of the building that catch the grand man in their little suits. Exactly. Do you remember? You were the members of stealing? Well there, there were Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Okay, interest is going faster. Joined the band to my brother's for a while. Those guys. Do you realize that because we're a band that weren't a touring now? They were just a student studio. They really start. If you ever see them in concert, it'll only be obviously Becker dead. But if you ever see him in concert is pretty fantastic, Donald Fagan is you know was never performed. Thiss music was meant to be recording played on the radio. Even skunks just sat there and played guitar, but I saw quarter arena. In San Diego. They pulled this big curtain and blocked off headquarters of because not many people want to see anyone. Rod killers our guest Today He's the CEO of a company called Arrow A Y Our O. That's also their stock symbol on NASDAQ. Guero. Hey, has been in this transportation business for many, many years serving as president of Segway. You've heard of that a cz? Well, Asti three motion. We actually interviewed T three motion many many years ago. And if I'm not mistaken, it was a three wheeled sort of was that was that right? Rod was at a three wheeled type deal. Remember that correctly? T three things the law enforcement security shopping centers, groceries, sports venues. Paul Blart mall cop drove. So talk to me about about this world of Tesla's And batteries and TVs. That's only helping businesses like yours. But also, you know, just the fact of how many cars are on the road. Is there going to be a day when we see a narrow ass car on the freeway? In your opinion? You know, I would say if you if you do see a consumer, beautiful muskets, a good ways out. We're trying to say very specifically focused on commercial purpose built vehicles. I mean, To test the 12 years. I have probably quarter but the market cap of that come together over $400 billion now, so I think it's hard to argue that thieves material or materialized now is the market really is and it just helps us. In fact, you may have read test was actually decide They're going to open a Giga factory to build their truck. Here in Austin, Texas, So it's interesting. Ongoing. I'm glad I have a friend in Austin because my daughter goes to school there. Love the rock. Just you're not Now you know your Uncle Rod, but that's a lesson and staying in your lane. Is it not with respect as a business isn't I think I should talk about that, for those entrepreneurs are listening to us as well as shareholders. There's a real lesson in to stay in your lane. No pun intended center in the transportation because you could get the ambitious and go in that direction. But it's not going to serve your serve your strength right now, is it No, She's not one of the silver linings code. Is it now? You know, you know, universal face without getting food and beverage to students right without asking grand into a dining hall now are vehicles of is a perfect complement to that challenge. One of the large club card, there's a company called Gallery Carts out of Colorado. They build a hot and cold food box drops on top of our platform. Now you could places across campus campuses, strategic locations. The students are changing classes. So rather than four students to come to food, we take food of the students. Now I s so let's talk about the opportunity. So first of all, I just this is we kind of skipped that altogether. How are you guys doing during Kobe Isn't air you still Feeling like you're moving the ball forward, or has there been significant changes as a company and as a CEO of a public company with respect? I think the demand is there, but it's all it's all on hold because obviously there's a lot of question about where the diversion to get funding in fact, for a period of time during the first few months code that there wouldn't be anyone at university to to receive anything if you shifted, But the demand is there we begin to see you get freed up. Expect is going to be a very, very strong 2021. Well, there has to be because it was we talked about before you came on the air with us. It's a $4 billion problem, not having collegiate sports not having And that's just that's just the SportsCenter. And there's also the issue of what we talked about the college experience and someone and so forth because kids are getting the same college experience being cause and that's the end. That's the argument for opening schools back up as long as it's safe, are you Do you think that you're going to see as the economy opens up? Suddenly, the order piping pipeline hits us exponentially, and if so, That's a good problem. Having a bad problem at the same time is not a quality problems have so a lot of the demand that we got. It's just on hold because you said, you know, a lot of a lot of funding inside big universities is all a function that comes from big athletic programs like right here in beauty in Austin. So I think is they get cleared around how they're going to fund some of the stuff they're going. They're going to let go of the throttle in a lot of demands. Pin up's going to get delivered next year. I'm gonna ask you, so let's say that pent up demand hits and I know there's a lot of companies that haven't thought about this and you're one of them. That has Only in doing research on you guys. You have the manufacturing capacity. That's a that's a That's a big difference menu and competitors and maybe some other verticals out there. Yeah, we do. In fact, one of the advantages I think we've got is a cz we bring in. I referred to Ms They are fits almost and that they're 40% of the finished. Like duty truck that we build. We bring it in from our supply chain out of Asia. We do all final assembly in Austin cost of adding additional lines only about $80,000 and we can build up to 600 vehicles per month. How long's it they had? Six rock? What is the from from inception to delivery. You identify a client. He needs a specific type of vehicle on. We're seeing some really good footage. If you're watching us or listening to us on radio radio, All you have to do is just going to be busy dot com will have this length of our website. But from from inception of fruition, you have a criteria specific vehicle to make. What's the turnaround time from from from the word go.
"donald fagen" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Still hoping to tour the US was Steve Winwood this summer the twenty three date tour is supposed to start June second supposed to June second in Portland front man Donald Fagen says he's been hanging tight in the mean time Fagen told Rolling Stone that during isolation he's been listening to his heroes Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie and then he joked he's been gargling Clorox under a sun lamp oh my okay former vice president Biden responding to allegations of sexual assault we have that story on the way we also have your weekend forecast and your updated traffic looks like there's some slough crossing going on at the border we'll have Kevin dean koco news time is eight twenty seven in these challenging times your Toyota dealers are ready to help any way they can from I heart radio number one for podcast stuff you missed in history class people and events and places that history that are maybe overlooked or under appreciated things that happen in history that shape the world we live in today tension trying to bring them into a little bit more light and a little more awareness things that are sometimes weird sometimes wonderful sometimes scary and sometimes sad but all of them are important stories or an episode of stuff you missed in history class Sunday night at six you're on kogo our virtual meetings now part of your new normal is your conference room ready to go back to work whether you use Skype teams go to meeting Polycom resume I T. AV solutions will modernize your essential meeting space to meet today's video conferencing demands I T. A. B. as been trusted by San Diego's top corporations for over a decade and were named national audio visual consultant by CIO review in twenty nineteen scheduled your custom.
"donald fagen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We'll Mel Torme there was a period when he was picking up a lot of sixties kind of sunshine pop flavored things and he took some ribbing for it but I love the way he caught on to the first solo album in nineteen eighty three I think it was eighty two or eighty three by Donald Fagen of Steely Dan and the song he created for it called walk between raindrops Mel Torme Fred Astaire and the great original record of Irving Berlin's cheek to cheek top hat love those movies that always brings a smile it's one of those late night ones that comes on and I simply can never turn it off and now the great Embraceable you let's hug it virtually as we socially distance but allow Judy Collins to get cozy hi I don't need you for to I feel anxious I don't need your portrait hi the C. No shoes I a page there from the Tom Waits songbook we think of all fifty five and looking for the heart of Saturday night San Diego serenade but there is also the ingenuous.
"donald fagen" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Was so sad those guards words smirking at him they were laughing during that process an uncomfortable smiling I if they're being respectful I think they try to do that Hey they I think there was what we were hired to keep you out of here we didn't volunteer this this isn't anything that we're doing because while be great to keep the drummer for Aerosmith from playing with the band but I mean you can't see I'd like to yourself until a bear it's it's weird but these bands get older and then they change it's it's like a big crowded house fan I just fired put their guys like your all your sixties now well I thought we were past that but again you know once people get a certain age maybe they just can't keep up with the software Stevie that are coming to time this summer yeah there's only two left so is only one original member so this is really this is Donald Fagen because this is this is tore said yeah the other guy never really matter water but I need the money you know it's a perfectionist and I grew up in a group yeah while they both were yeah the Steely Dan started out is like a five six or seven member would real many years member that they won Steely Dan that we now it was still those two guys Chicago face a proud of themselves a lot of people and they were like yeah Donald and they yeah they broke it off with Michael like all a part of that he was a part of it but he sang on their song he's back with the duties this year the Doobie brothers out house house or other allowing their drummer drum with it too so okay I was never big Doobie brothers fan the radio stuff I would you know they have their like Chicago in the sense that they have so many different kinds of radio hits that I don't really know what bay and they are you know it's a long way from twenty five or six to four was Chicago to what yes so now was a Chicago Chicago yeah or like Jefferson starship the changed their name billion times at least they changed their name to say Hey our modern now yeah yeah that's so that's why on as my mom's name so I used this my wife's name I'm living in a day or something I have met yeah is that the song that you played for her when you fell in love with no no no we we fell in love to Kate bush she was an artsy Farsi kind of one so the final thing with Joey Kramer not was Monday when how is a lot of my friend look it up yes the trees he was trying to get into the rehearsal space Monday yesterday a judge in Massachusetts ruled he is barred from anything to do with the band this weekend we have that we heard the judge has to get involved say you're not narrow Smith used to be a lot easier to fire a database that to bring in the law now they have money it's all good is the is the kind of like George Costanza memory a fire to the just what our yeah George Costanza drummers on the old show we we interviewed this guy we first got to LA he's very nice guy very nice guy it's sad because it's not one of these bands is had a bunch of different members yeah the same five guys since dream on so as far as I know always been a problem yeah there was a moment when Joe Perry quit and did a solo thing for a minute yeah now that you want somebody different personalities I don't have you met these guys Stephen see that as the movies on of the not always over the top laughs jokes whatever Hey run Joe Perry I take my rock and roll very seriously I don't appreciate the the the jokey questions when you when you're talking about what I do for a living you know Eric he said this to my hands you know Eric when you walk out there on that stage that's a room full of people who have paid their hard earned money and they expect to show up is my job to keep it to all alright Mr scary meanwhile I'll tell you jokes about it genitalia yes laughing you know you can have the dark without the line might make some great my wife was at a restaurant in Boston last year early last year and she and her friend were sitting there and a friend was that Steven Tyler and I saw him and they went over to him and said you know Hey sorry to bother you and his whoever female list we are eating dinner with like real dismissing cares and he stood up because these ladies want a picture yeah that's the kind of guy guys like Steven Tyler who because if you pursue fame visit this a hairy and Meghan should talk to a guy like that if you pursue fame you should love it yep if you don't want to be famous it's like the Royals ear hearing was took their turn me off you know what if you want if you don't go private publicly this is the most public we're going private yeah people who go private just fade away and the things that are you know was it was a great a Garbo yes just just like you since I'm giving a press conference to let everyone know but I want my privacy leave me alone you want your privacy you just slowly fade back but you know what you can't have your prince Harry can't have and I hate to be critical of his mother for two reasons one is she died and the second is I've always want to get Elton John on this show but what he's suffering from the same thing that she did in thought I think which is fame is not a light switch that you can turn on and off so as his mother who did great work with trying to a lot of unexploded my land mines.
"donald fagen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"See a traffic tie a call the Davis discount tire traffic tip line two one two nine seven five eighty eight eighty eight follow us on Twitter at WCBS eight eighty traffic our next topic a day less than ten minutes on WCBS are inextricably weather right now we'll get our five day forecast from meteorologist Michael sini patchy cloudiness early this morning temperatures steadier slowly rising to around thirty degrees in Central Park by daybreak later today verbally cloudy hi fifty one Friday night mostly cloudy with there is a late night talk low forty eight areas of fog early Saturday otherwise cloudy breezy and warmer with a shower in spots a record breaking high of sixty four on Saturday Sunday rain in the morning then becoming breezy with clouds and some sunshine hi record breaking sixty eight on Sunday Monday partly sunny high fifty becoming cloudy Tuesday with an afternoon shower possible high forty six it's thirty three degrees right now in the city windchill making it feel about twenty eight WCBS news time twelve fifty officials in New Jersey say the capital city of Trenton will begin replacing all thirty seven thousand lead water pipes over the next five years trend mayor read Chaura announced that one hundred fifty million dollar plan Thursday the chaurus as residents must register on the utility's website and pay a thousand dollars have their lines replaced he says that's a savings because replacement typically costs about two thousand to five thousand dollars per line and taking a look at our birthdays today for this Friday January tenth Rivlin born singer Benatar is sixty seven years old Donald Fagen of Steely Dan sake native is seventy two George foreman seventy one years old and this call is forty one years old president trump son in law and adviser Jared Kushner is thirty nine and that age was rockstar Rod Stewart celebrating a birthday today Rod Stewart is seventy five years old thirty CBS news time twelve fifty one years WCBS digital pro Kim commando yesterday I told you about my favorites at the annual huge C. S. trade show in Las Vegas today a few fails it's Friday's consumer tech of day brought to you by zero get the wife by.
"donald fagen" Discussed on KCRW
"I asked the he and as the the and as he's staying is this the two he it's just so news and she's so Donald Fagen on KCRW that's you that's stand well we change nineteen.
"donald fagen" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Here in an age before protools Steely Dan engineered some of the best analog production ever so exactly so tight their style was a sophisticated seamless fusion of jazz and pop music their style became known as yok rock in Steely Dan docked a fleet of remarkable hits then consisted of just two corps members Donald Fagen grew up in Passaic New Jersey just a twenty minute drive to New York City through the Lincoln tunnel in Walter Becker who grew up in queens here's Walter back original Steely Dan formed in nineteen seventy one there were five of us and on our work the song we toured for awhile to support the first couple of albums but we didn't really like it so we stopped in nineteen seventy four and two again for nineteen years by the time we released Asia the other members of the band were gone except for Danny Dyess and we replace them with session musicians and some of our favorite soloist here's Donald Fagen Walter Becker and fellow session contributors for the Asia album providing a fascinating glimpse into one of.
"donald fagen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Black women if we all come from one race in all the history shows that it came out African there's no way feasible that the Europeans were the first ones to actually brain swimming about Donald Fagen lecture at Howard University the west coast the African produced the first thing he looked lack of frontcourt you appease mainly due to breast stroke mimicking the front but it was inefficient so when it was swimming competitions we had something they it's like a side stroke with full front crawl for speed the native Americans you state and that happened west coast African use in fact it took the British up until eighteen forty four to admit that I'm European style of swimming could beat fez which at the time was breaststroke John trudging he's from England he saw some people in Argentina do the same thing and the strokes of being you specifically in these parts of the world yes and when you start talking about competitors stroke Johnny Weissmuller better known as Taurus he literally stated when he won the Olympics in his fifty where you can get the stroke from he was the first one with the front crawl to its skin where his shoulders where hundred eighty degree plane and oppositional written and when they asked him we get the stroke from he said I got it from the aborigines they said we'll call it does stretch out your call so a lot of the strokes that they're calling with these that Africans would mourn over seventy thousand years ago but they put it behind a European thing but that's a big chunk of history missing slavery on the middle passage across the water in chains chains why would you want to put chains on people who can't swim if they can't swim may not just going to volunteer and jump off the boat all the Christians phones that's the best of what it to this we are laid on albums now bout of riverside we going to Wade in the water our freedom has actually based on our ability to swim so west coast Africans in all Africans literally negotiated water it was just a way of life so we swam as a way of life for survival sandwich chain dot and maybe some things got forgotten over three hundred years of.
"donald fagen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"The words of the present not the president but the words of the president and in doing so it's anchored itself in the words of Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan beautiful speech by Donald Fagen which I've got friends all the time and and so you would have thought that that the nine approach might appeal to them but and when you say you were you surprised for you disappointed my expectations are not great but you always help us that they might do the right thing and say that that language that the president used was not listed in the th the dignity of the president's beneath the dignity of the people he was criticizing by the way we were offended that he spoke in such a way that members of Congress but were offended that he says that about people across the country all the time go back where you came from and that it by its definition those words are racism take a look in the AP and other places where they define certain words that's what that is but we rectify saying he was racist who were saying that the words that he used racist so that was as gentle as it could be considering the inappropriateness and the disgusting nature of what the president said so that we we we devote our members wanted to do and had a very strong one hundred percent it is clearly trying to cast this broader debate as a choice between him and you're more progressive members this fight has now dominated the conversation this week you've had your resolution the Democrats are rallying behind these members are you concerned the president is guilty is there any with all due respect let's not waste our time on that we're talking about what we're going to do to help the American people are caught this is unified on all the fat throughout the whole campaign and said to them that can is so even mention his name everybody knows who he is you don't have to describe them to anybody let's just talk about what we are going to do and we're going to devote the whole month of August two are for the people agenda which was successful in terms of connecting with people and their concerns it's still the cost of healthcare the technician of wages and the distrust of of of government are still loom large as concerns for the American people and that's what we're going to be about for not having him said our agenda for seven on the agenda do you have any concerns that the focus on impeachment today and the vote on the floor related to it could jeopardize Robert Miller's appearance next week no I think we'll get rid of all this right now we've done our we did our a resolution expeditiously.
"donald fagen" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Flourishes and dr would you call added nope harmony like a moment or ride bryant something like that so he he i think it you know if i did it would be more along those lines may be more even uh you know with little little morrogh jazz definite and i think it would work um the iowa the gig netted him maybe like a him says he's got his voice back sounds like to me a little bit i'm hearing that tell us is made are not at happen was that he's got a voice back if some yeah he's at one of his forces back you're always you always seem dubious by your own singing is that every ever grown to a level of comfort with with your voice uh yeah sure i mean our young it's it's uh you know i've had some uh coaching along the way monta it's much easier to seeing now than when i didn't know how to senior all is there a voice you wish you had whoah rachel who navy or you know i i i've just consumers of a great sooner for sure and i am but i i do the best i can i think the thing that gets me beds is for the constant we ran have the right attitude attitude yeah and that's a you know just as important i think in uh rhythm and blues rock music i've somehow found a thing aware at where a go to youtube in at what people attempt to cover steely dan songs yes usually a pretty sad experience a lot of people attempt josie which which is and try i call it the bill murray affect ohio suryono's when he on snl one usda lounge versions of star wars since it's what it sounds heightened swimming.
"donald fagen" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Goes back to shoot income insecurity um he uh you know just you know he's a great player but the you know for some reason he he was just uh didn't have vowed confidence as as time went on he he became more confident about his plying but denied certainly always encouraging the play chris i love this touch in his his ideas were you know amazing your keyboard player playing though as always been kind of close to the center and it's often simple parts if for all the complexity the bids it's often yukon of just playing the cords essentially hit nino it there's no particular interest in showing off on your park no i mean uh you know a i do have i think certain limitations to to my playing but them uh yeah it's it's i think just my role is more of as a rhythm player on you know us sometimes in a live all no i give myself soloists and while or something like that but on records system you know i don't know this rock and roll it's it's kind of uh underwhelming sometimes to european auto panel solo e at least in the style i play which has sunk kind of single note right hand be bobby styled how it's it's like it's it sounds of a week sometimes with with the the other is from rotation in a sagger gets a two seven times i have to some things on sent sympathizer that uh yeah i think fit in better you once thought about applying supposedly to libyan bob dylan's touring band or auditioning would not have been doll for young given the kind of cords and simplicity of of his music uh no because um i think if you listen to the way for instance richard manual uh place bob dylan songs they're they're not boring it all there he he has a lot of gospel uh.
"donald fagen" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Or a uh no a straight parody we we we had and anka's were jazz fans we had certain standards but um you know it had to be it had to sort of you know pass for straight even know we knew it was an analyst like a custody i didn't i don't like in i didn't i didn't we didn't want the umer to be broad in oh we wanted to be a nuanced see listening to wrong stunned music now in the studio with donald fagan i'm brian high and we'll be right back have you ever wondered how that perfect song ended up in them unforgettable tv moment each week gun show stop spotify xavier jernigan spotlights a tv show or film explores its unique sounds through interviews with the music supervisors composers and talent create relieved the most memorable music moments was show staff returning monday november twenty seven exclusively on spotify and a new home and four years house tuition in not retirement in fifteen for lives most important events there is a with but in order to plan properly you also need to have ice shares understands the importance of how like how to start building for the things that matter most today so by the time when arrives you'll be ready i shares by black rock fire to one more thing we're conducting a survey we'd be grateful for your help an answer a few questions they'll take less than ten minutes of your time and your participation helps support this podcast please go to sleep dot com slash survey two to complete the short survey now thicky.
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"Early any drummer with her up that's true we and although we always them you know we were sort of scrupulous about it we always try to do the tr attract first live yeah and you know sometimes we'd get it and if we didn't we take a sample from the track regis recorded in credit the drummer who who played it i mean at the same time something like the title track of asia i mean that steve gad i think on on the first take yes or second mayo we did to takes i think the edited first and second pay together yeah so when appropriate you were very happy to use some you know whatever works room was earn philosophy he goes around a drum clinic still showing people how to play that that uh those fails that so all you notice that got you know we just set him loose there was a we had a a long chart was like eight pages or something uh i had come up with with uh larry curled and help me to to uh put it together and it was taped on 2s standin he just stood there was a power said drum slow he just he did who what he lives did he he provided the drums and we'll hear that for just a moment one things that people's struggle to understand for years and of maybe can never understand having not been inside the partnership is is just sort of who did what how it worked as a question could probably answer in an entire book which may be all actually right one day but what insight can you provide about the nature of the song running production partnership while irvine no we just get together that either his his a pariban amar partner we're cal for california we have rented houses but to an item general be at the piano and you know i have some ideas or he'd have some ideas and he would have a basic retires thing under which is kickaround around and whatever was whatever was the funniest thing we could think of the we we started working on that you could ever skin pro he like uh both musically and lyrically kind of well yeah i mean you know we wanted the music to good so that it wasn't just a pass stiches something like.
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"These bs yeah once in a may treat so here is reality imitating the more grotesque imaginings that you might have had over the years after says it's you'd literally can't make up our new reality it feels no actually admits it's kind of makes it difficult to uh to right after during and consent satire political satire kush it's really outstrips any kind of fiction you might know winner create he vasu been playing with a young banned the night flyers and you know it's funny you've been uh even tough fun not only the younger generation but the duration born post 1960 but you know these guys are 20s 30s they're young what's what's surprised you about the generational interchange there well you know these guys erv from upstate iran which struck new york in an area and um there are unusual kids they think their uh their you know into older kinds of music carner kennedy is really great does sort of a prodigy guitar player and um and we've been hanging out the last couple of years and so i wanted to do some uh on my own material and uh since the know i these guys made seen them play a seem like a good idea to take these guys out narrative is fantastic no i don't think they're they're average millennial bears i think at least one the might have said that there's been talk of maybe recording with them as had been something and you have y'all i i've been sending conner some marked tunes that have been working on data are gonna love to do and now the the idea is clearly as you said in in your statement to to continue on with quote the steely dan banned yeah for sure man obviously there's a legal entanglement they ran that that i i presume like with many legal entanglements can't be spoken of too much but do you imagine that's going to be in any impediment do you see any problem preceding tom now not really i mean that's one of these things where a hero years ago really of decades ago uh when we started the the band um walter knowhow.
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