19 Burst results for "Steely Dan"

"steely dan" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"steely dan" Discussed on World Cafe

"Your relationship with your dad is a big part of this album. Your parents split up when you were really young. You've said you've got to know your dad through books and films and records that he liked in the ven diagram of what you both liked. What's the overlap. What were the things you really connected on that way Gosh it's hard to know you know when you're a kid and you're trying to understand who your your parents are. It's hard to know. Exactly what i liked because i always have always been predisposed to like and what i liked because it was some way of understanding in this case who my father is or was or was or is he still living so definitely. My love steely dan. I think we do. We share a lot of things in terms of a similar kind of a darker of humor and indefinitely. He was making making us watch eight and a half when we were eight and a half so you definitely had a big love of of culture and books. Intellectual and artistic input i think was was valuable. And there's also a way for me to understand who my father is 'cause he was sort of elusive and i didn't grow up with him right. We'll come back to that in just one second. But because you mentioned steely dan i need to ask you a question because this is something. I'm thinking about for a little while now. I feel like steely. Dan has become. had a big resurgence. Like if you asked me. Ten years ago is still. Dan really cool. I would say. I don't really think people think steely dan is that cool and like my twitter feed is full of people saying they've been dan pilled and they're like obsessed with them. Yeah dan pill summer is like a whole thing and steely. Dan are back. Okay i have a lot of thoughts on this one. Steely dan have always been a divisive band. And i think they'd be been a device fan because a lot of times the people who like steely. Dan are a little bit arrogant to the people. Who don't like steely dan. Oh you don't like steely dan because you just don't get it while i'm i'm a jazz and i get it but you know what i love about. Steely dan a one. I was listening to them. So far devoid of the context. There was nothing about liking steely dan. That was had to be a massive part of my identity. I wasn't growing up in the seventies whereas like will you either like the ramones. Are you like st lead. And they're those two shall never meet. It was more that i was. I was just approaching it without any cultural baggage just from like the music i was like. I love this music. It's it is so sophisticated it's so interesting but it's great songs. It's green pop songs. It's great pop. Songs grants solos within pop songs. I mean you couldn't find a more acerbic writer than donald fagan. I mean i love. I love historians. I love these like comic decrepit just squalid people that he writes about And so. I think that there might be a resurgence of steely dan. Because enough time has passed where the the cultural baggage is is is gonna be like. Oh this just rules right right. Do you have a favorite steely dan song. Do you minute to think. I have so many but let me my favorites. I'm thinking of a there is a solo that i really love on a song called fire in the hole. Donald takes a really great piano solo like that. The that the data data data to that dude dude dude Dot but at the not to tattoo to tap threat. That dabble doted the dude. Do to data to tattooed booted. They dude edited. He doubted by new. Okay i've done enough of it. That was that was the most convincing person singing piano solo. i've ever seen. Why did i do. I've been wasting much coffee. Doesn't do steely dan. Fire in the hole Steely dad fire in the hole. I'm talking to visit detail. World cafe To take it back a little bit to your family around twenty ten. Your father went to prison for white collar crime. You started writing the songs on daddy's home and he was released in two thousand nineteen. But if you could take back what was your reaction. What was going through your head when you first found out. He was going to be incarcerated. I i was in the room. I mean i saw him taken away by bailiffs. So that's when i found out and it was. It's horrible. it's really horrible. It's heartbreaking You're filled with rage. You go through all of the kind of steps of grief. It's like somebody dies but without the sympathy really from those who really already no you in love you In more than anything. I mean i was in might. I don't remember exactly. How old is twenty seven or something. But i have a lot of. He has a lot of kids. And i have brothers and sisters who are younger so my thought was more with them And how they were gonna make it through. I was already an adult but Knows is a horrible painful thing to go through. I think no matter what someone is incarcerated for. Of course yeah. I mean at first. The album title daddy's home sounds like it means daddy is home but if you really think about it for a while it could also sort of have a double meaning like the prison is where daddy lives right now. What was it like visiting your dad during that time. Listen.

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"steely dan" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"steely dan" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Braulio posted this the other day of some girl on Twitter. That said, Hey, I'm available during the day to how come guys only want to hang out at night? The guy responded to and said, because we don't play golf at night, so good. I mean, you have to go every day. You do you do You have his schedule. You do You take advantage. Oh, my God. I loved the rain. I can say that. Never know, Uh, you never know And that dries up and you're not working that schedule. That is a golf schedule he's on. I'm uncomfortable with you. Using the phrase dries up. Um Okay. What else is okay? He waved the white flag, didn't he? The way they have a retort. Alright, People are hating the way they sometimes treat their family 14%. Okay? I can guarantee you. I'm guilty of that. Getting frustrated with certain points of view. And not being accepting. And that's me. I I apologize to everybody right now. No, just your family. Oh, just my family. I apologize to my whole family for my entire existence Number one. You called it wait like how longer like it's the back to the petty thing. It is the hardest part. Classic rock joke guy over here mean she's on a roll. He's got him for days. I've got tons of classic rock jokes. Watch out, Jeff K. Can you pull up Steely Dan again? Someone's someone's looking for your gig,.

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"steely dan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"steely dan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Chosen. Ambiguous definition is basically music off the seventies and eighties that would fit into a smooth rock it roll genre and dreamed things little duo here. Notice. Steely Dan named after a sex toy If I'm not mistaken, thank well they had a song. That e wanted to play to pay tribute to my man John setting because they are too many radio tandem who embraced being pegged rose. And when you smile I love you, John and I Come on, ain't no shame in our game s. Oh, this one's not only for John, who's hopefully recovering and recouping. I keep checking my phone to see if he or his wife is text me. It's your thing this for anybody and everybody get their peg on this weekend. Shut up, you pick rose. No shame in the game. Our number is 07 to 75791, Would you five in all seriousness to give, uh, give you closure before I was indeed a thumb sucker until about five or six years old and the only way I would ride the haunted mansion I was a kid who is going to Disney from the time they opened the doors in November of 1971. I would have that Probably. No other kids have.

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"steely dan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"steely dan" Discussed on KTOK

"He was listening and writing about progressive Rock before it was known as Progressive Rock. Jez Routing has a new book out called Steely Dan on track. The music of Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Every album every song. It must be quite a Nalbandian, Um in itself there Jazz and what little I knew about music. I knew when I heard Steely Dan that they were going to be unique, but I think it's the influences that Cinemas, individuals brought into the writing being from fifties jazz or soul influences or more psychedelic bits and pieces. They wanted to play it with in a rock band, but the influences that they grown up with themselves. Went into that I think it did. And then the other thing is I read. You know it was a It was an interview curiously with Dom. Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles. I think he played bass on one of the and he described their studio. Uh, their studio atmosphere is being perfectionists. They wanted it just right. Absolutely. I think that's from the very early days, which is very unusual for people to start of their career to get everything they want exactly the way they wanted to get it on. I think that became all fastidious as they went through the career. When you get into Asia, there is so many musicians being involved. Brought into play small parts here and there because they were felt to be the right person for the job. But then if they turned out, he couldn't deliver. What it was that Waldron Donald wanted, Then somebody else would come in and do it. On even the top drawer players wouldn't necessarily having been hired and upon the album. Steely Dan, the music of Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Every album every song on track. It's by Jez route in jazz. How did these two get along so well? To me? It's almost as though they were one person. I think other working relationship they probably were. I mean, they both brought Lot to the table on complement each other very well. I mean, from what I understand it. Walter was very good at starting ideas, but he needed Donald to finish them up. So the two of them working together Helped perform the songs in the way they were, and they have a lot of fun writing. They were clearly friends over a long period of time that I think Donald said. They weren't hanging out together all the time. But Certainly respected each other's work on but partnership. Work in order to get these songs written in the first place. So, yes, they had a lot of respect for each other, And I'm pretty sure about did they have the corroboration that many great songwriters had, like, But would one be largely responsible for lyrics of the other music or was it together? No, I think he was together. They were both bring different elements to the table and then obviously mold them to try and fit them into what Whatever they had, you know, It's not a question this particle to stay exactly the same. It's not okay. What we have to do to make it work and does it work? It didn't work. They will be pinned and they'll be on to something else. So it's it's all inherently. It's all about the song writing everything that the songs themselves what they were trying TOC forward and initially they wanted to be songwriters. Rather than celebrities on that that that band element in the celebrity was what was foisted on them later on, in order for them to get the song's over. Jazz route and Steely Dan on track. The music of Walter Becker and Donald Thing, and I'm a fan of Steely Dan always have been. I think one of my favorite albums was Groucho, and I think it was underrated. But when you see these two guys and how how intense they were with their music, I don't think they sat down to write pop songs just worked out that way, Or am I wrong? I think they both had any influences from popular music off the off their childhoods on girlie growing up, but state of their lives. On day like this is the chart hits from the seventies. Serve the sixties in the sold about that, that certainly fed through into the writing. S so yes, they want you to make popular songs. I think it was about making a popular song. That was a good as it could be in terms of the detail of the depth. But underneath it all the lyrics that they often included a lot of these songs. Quite dark, and this is the tales that they tell the very story base. There's a lot of stories in there that you wouldn't necessarily expect from the music. This, this antithesis between the two of them where it doesn't quite marry up sometimes, but that's part of the town because it sounds like quite smooth and finger snapping and you get into the detail of it is very dark and it Z that makes this works really well. I think I'm juggling because I can remember when he 19 came out and what a big hit it was, but I don't think I think it took several years for everybody to figure out what it was about. All them folks. People aren't interested in finding out what it's about. It's the superficial elements video that the songs work superficially as pop songs, but underneath that there's so much more that goes on. And I think that is one of the reasons for writing. This book is to get people to revisit some of these songs in tow. Possibly dig a little deeper and say, Well, I never thought that or look at the words and think, Yes, I can see where that's coming from. Or maybe it doesn't mean that the all the interpretation is giving the book of the ones that work for me. Not necessary under plant the right ones because Donald and Walter never let on a lot of cases what the songs are about, so they are open to interpretation, and that's fine of the aspires they're they're concerned. Me. This isn't in no way, saying this is what this song means. This is saying this is what I think it means. And this is what works for me Stealing down on track. The Progressive Rock of Walter Brecker, Donald Fagen every album every song, and it's available now everywhere on his radio 1000 Katie Okay, and we'll continue this conversation and feature it on the later with Leigh Matthews podcast. Available for free Katie okay dot com and the I Heart radio after why authorities hope you'll celebrate it home tonight. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Kiki. Okay. New Center. This is Oklahoma's first news will be under a winter weather advisory later today are forecast is coming up..

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"steely dan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Random random fact. If I say these names Walter Becker or Donald Fagen, come on, You know who they're Wait. Laurie, do you learn? Oh, you do to them. I must delay. Dan Dork. Yeah, Yes. All right, so Chevy Chase played in a band in college with these guys, and they went on to form Steely Dan. That. Probably read that a while back when I was leaving a steely Dan Booker's unit that has good left my brain until today, So thank you. Yes. I never knew it. I never know. I know it. I never knew it either. Now, when it comes to insects, do you know that lady bugs are the most promiscuous? That makes sense when they shouldn't call something cute. They would have no problem getting laid. Right There You go. A nation calling the lady but they have the highest STD rate. Oh, wait. Bugs have STD apparently ladybugs. No, I'm writing that one down. That is that is a random random now if I asked you guys and said You know my interview? Odio Cleft has really been bothering me when he cracked your butt crap. Yes visit. Did she get some baby powder, isn't it all? But I was just saying it. Um Okay, Costco, This is just random Costco. 1000 roughly 1/8 of all the blueberries in the world. Yeah. That's That's very random. Have we had this chat before you guys call me speechless? And now Lori's got a Costco card, but she doesn't go. She went once. I love Costco, but I didn't use it. So when I was Trimming the fat on the budget. When I said goodbye to HBO, I said goodbye to Costco. Same time. Um, here's just a little bit. If you like to plan to go to stores when they're not busy, Um Google maps shared some of their data. And here's the deal. Grocery stores are the busiest Saturday afternoon, which I think people know And the least.

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"steely dan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You don't love Steely Dan. What they supposed to be prevented? I think they were okay. Tickets for it was it was steely Dan. The Doobie Brothers can't remember got postponed the next September. That's all I know. So I actually remembered everything is just so Up in the air with the cove it Ah and I found this interesting today. The Big 10 has released its schedule for 2020 football. And are you ready for this? The final game of the season for the Ohio State Buckeyes will be against No. Not that school from the North. Final game of the season will be on November the 21st At home against Iowa. Ohio State. The Big 10 they've moved the Ohio State Michigan game. To October the 24th At Ohio Stadium. Now it may all be moot because you may not be able to go see Anybody play football anywhere this year, let alone Ohio State, but Be that as it might may, Ohio State and Michigan. When we played on October, the 20 four's fourth and not the final game of the year, as is normally the case. So, so, there you go. There is also And I found this fascinating. There is also a Division one or an FBS team that has decided just to cancel the entire season. And that is the University of connected Kit. Now, if you'll recall, the school has been a disaster and football for many, many years. All set to play this season as an independent. They'd already seen games against Illinois, Indiana, Maine and Mississippi scrubbed because all of those schools have are playing in conferences that are going to conference only games..

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"steely dan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I'm Texas for eyes most Muslims expired cool sign for mankind thank you Steely Dan thank you so much for being Steely Dan how cool is that yeah let's I got to I have to visit something here let's see the this part right here I can listen to just this for three hours I may put this in a little oh man that's one of the cool songs on a close interest ever devised in history of mankind Steely Dan do it again it's alternative pop music for it's what we do here office I don't you know I was talking before the break I was a screaming into the microphone yesterday was really screaming into the microphone we're in a period right now where if you're not in fury aided at some point during the day especially if you're say Michigan New Jersey Ansel Vania Maine California if you're not in fury it it I mean really bad at some point hurt possibly crying throwing a shot glass in the window I mean if you're if that's not happening to you right now something horribly wrong with you seriously now you want to manage it or go out to a McDonald's with a chainsaw interminable statement I don't know but right now our country has been stolen from us don't worry it'll come back I don't that's not the point that's not the point our country has been stolen from us hundred percent and it's absolutely infuriating and crazy that people are standing by and taking I can not believe there has not been a move overwhelming move to impeach Gretchen Whitmer Matt you're on the edge if their own yeah with respect to Gretchen and Dana and Dana's you know I'll cry for Donald Trump not wearing a mask I just want to point out that if we can we should governor she's not wearing a mask when she's standing before groups of people even those people that are directly next to her well wearing mask but none of them are wearing mask and she's also getting her hair done she's never missed a botox appointment as obvious to anybody knows about that stuff and then the other thing the blouse you know New York their pictures of him and call pictures of him they're going to some kind of like a big shot club probably steak joint in New York and they're like right next to each other one guy's got his hand on the other guys sleeping or laughing as if nothing's going on it's everything's the way it was a six months back this group they're all a garbage man they are **** were serfs I saw a picture of where we're currently at some restaurant up in traverse city I don't know if it's very recent or not but she was sitting next to people no one's wearing masks and there is a running that's the open but no place else that's not recent I posted that other guests from two thousand eight actually I think I think it is but I I put that up as an example just to show her mother so self entitled supposedly this this weekend supposedly she's in some kind of a function like a graduate and party a bunch of people talking about crashing into question anything by the way if you're thinking about going out there she's got state police guard she's got armed guards they'll do almost got armed guards the blouses got embarrassed now they they're they're using us what we need to do is impeach them we need to somehow rise to the occasion occasion and impeach these people's all can be done thanks for the call Persia Matt you're on the edge alternative pop music Friday.

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"steely dan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The U. S. has now surpassed five million tests for the corona virus deaths blamed on it though now exceeding three hundred thousand globally America is listening to fox news big warm up expected as we go into this weekend we'll see a mainly clear sky tonight alone you're sixty mostly sunny on Friday highs in the mid eighties mid to upper eighties for the drive we can expect in lows in the sixties I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect you are a very smart receptive audience and I'm a smart pick devices are forming now and begin tomorrow at noon and you know it presents me with a challenge void being repetitious because of the philosophy doesn't change on one oh six one FM talk stay connected I heart radio here are the top Steely Dan songs that youth under number three Rikki don't lose that number that number to do it again number one reeling in the years you get to do hear more from Steely Dan and similar artists now search for Steely Dan and I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on some of his favorite artist to perform with you know I did a tour years back opening up for Steve Miller with Paul Rodgers and we had a blast you know.

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"steely dan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on KTOK

"With a look at your Oakland city area traffic need to manage it shows in the mid fifties as a strong north wind develops you had a cold front tomorrow much cooler in the mid seventies and mostly sunny skies for the forwards from centimeter oldest family Sutton this report is sponsored by discover we treat you like you treat you get your free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer it includes your bike up I heart radio here are the top Steely Dan songs that you thunder number three Rikki don't lose that number number two yeah reeling in the years you get to hear more from Steely Dan and similar artists now search for Steely Dan and I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free all that good stuff yeah Rufio keeps you on top of pop culture was alone is getting ready to donate a million dollars to charity and he wants his fans.

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"steely dan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Know what you're like yeah well I don't hate them but they tweet that good I mean we're talking about so one of the great groups of all time it's the only one at fault accident how arms there will let me explain it maybe that'll Suzanne savage beast the internet I don't know who had it was one of those nine box questions with you can only pick three with a lot of rock bands and you know I I went very predictably Beatles stones who but Steely Dan weren't even on the list right now I saw Steely Dan only about twenty or so years ago at Jones and Jones beach it is a lot of live concerts firemen to still be that either if I'm not mistaken this won't work this one was a Jones beach right and the only the only song I really wanted to hear was I don't even know if the claim of the song the dirty work evident maintenance authority work by which time I don't want yes yeah okay so that was the one song in there that we really liked and was hoping that they would even think about what and to me every other spawn you know it was kind of similar in one of the people we went to the concert with turns to me at one point says so what's the deal this group have like one phone and they just keep quiet and that that's kind of where I was coming out with elite band I don't if I want to just keep playing for United healthcare we are going away it's a matter of taste not a look into your music is I always say whatever you like it it's good but I mean I you know I I just a matter of taste enjoy just think about this and how we compared Steely Dan to Fernando Martinez remember Fernando Martinez the failed met prospect you seriously are more overrated than Fernando Martinez yes really one yeah they left the other somebody tweeted what does delete them right all right we'll be damned I said they're more overrated than Fernando Martinez was I love it now how I love you but we we certainly disagree on this what makes the world that's fine I mean I'm just saying you know that's the the beauty of the world the BDS winner Halle as reappearing on Twitter that might be an oxymoron thanks for coming we go wrong no nothing nothing now lots of things actually thanks for coming on stage always always a pleasure all along now well look well because there's no time the greater how we rose of course the voice of the New York Mets in the star of Twitter yeah I saw that tweet that was honestly I don't know that much about these bands but I knew you would have an opinion on it the other night I still if there is if if anything you over rated on the rate would be to work I mean to me you know they really are Donald Fagen Walter Becker I believe Walter Becker is now passed but yeah I got a lot of tremendous a lot of tremendous albums over the years we'll come back up get a few more your phone calls will also get to the second half of the bingo bracket obtained from Monday as we take you up till six I'm Jim Rome with a radio dot com sports minute sponsored by southern recipe small batch pork rinds the big be bold be adventurous week from Thursday night the NFL draft is going to start and instead of coming to you live from fabulous Las Vegas it's going to be coming to you live from Roger Goodell's basement that's a wild sent this to say but according to Peter king that is in fact the case it also means currently we are on track to miss out on the annual tradition of fans growing Roger Goodell is loudly as they possibly can when he steps to the podium for the first time they should pipe in some Boeing when the commissioner walks down to his basement just for old times sake clearly a virtual draft is not gonna be as great as the actual draft but the world is changing and I for one am dying to see what the commissioners man cave looks light on zero a.

"steely dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dan right on very pro Steely Dan yeah man though not that Steely Dan I mean the band Steely Dan yeah you don't mean where they can't get their name from no although if you choose to premiere be a fan of that Steely Dan more power to you well I like the book I mean that it's inspired by the naked lunch yeah I love that book I love the movie to that's one of those movies where you know you read the book and you go there's no way that they can make a movie out of this but what Cronenberg did was brilliant because he made about the writing of naked lunch and that movies great two Davis Peter Weller classic movie shutter yeah he is originator ma'am and then they kind of do that with the adaptation the movie yeah yeah I love that movie that's I think that's my favorite spike Jones yeah I'm at work who is the writer when I heard the cough yeah Charlie because if it's my favorite Charlie Kaufman said I've always been more of a being John Malkovich guy yeah I like that movie I didn't you know what when it first came out I thought it was great and then I watched a few years afterwards and it didn't hold up as well for me I mean I like I still like it very much sure but by then first came out I thought it was great nineteen ninety nine big year for movies man they're a big year bigger for John Malkovich yeah I love the fact that like he you know he's in it and it it it you know that he's a part of it I my fave part a whole movie which was not scripted is when the car drives by and through the thing and what do you think we can yeah I hit some of the camp bit back ahead that was not there was not that was just actual people driving by now with the can't jam out of its head they kept it in the movie yeah one of the few really great performances from Cameron Diaz I'm you are not a not a fan you were in a big guy never been kissed kid you know never been kissed isn't that that's drew Barrymore always as your berry war yeah yes true Barrymore oh god yeah what kind of alternate universe of I've been living in yes the one thing about gangs in New York I was like dude how Marty I can't I can't believe that you know chamar DS very beautiful I cannot imagine Leo DiCaprio going to that kind of links to go after go with that poor of an Irish accent oh god her accent oh my god I had successfully forgotten about it I still I still really like that movie I think gangs in York is pretty great I think good yeah and Daniel day Lewis phantom please so okay you know how everybody a what do you do do some do some people out there have you have favorite quotes that you go to all the time maybe they're in the inspire you maybe think they're funny what are some some quotes that you.

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"steely dan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Number take me along as you slide on down it is rolled together there is coming to town June nineteenth St think about that because there's only two people and Steely Dan and one of them just passed away so when you show up the door new towards like well there are only two of you so you're saying you never needed that other guy Beatles with Paul McCartney Ringo even visit does like therefore there what do you find so funny this is it she said the the Beatles with Paul McCartney and Ringo yeah all their bath in the great yeah but he was saying that they were touring as the Beatles they would never do that yeah my point is the point is the opposite of what you're saying autumn I'm saying if there's only two guys in a band in the one guy dies and just like a few months later to go other bands going a toll or are you kind of saying well one of the guys was a little more important in the other guy I thought this all was all Simon found any Mitch Garfunkel brought him along with them still Simon and Garfunkel we always Mitch Mitch Garfunkel Hey this thing out Joe what troubled water and also the rolling stones are coming to town in charity Emoto told me that I you don't want to go to that show with you I think you be awesome as big a fan as you are of the stones in the obvious I've grown up with the rolling stones so you know I have never seen it before I have the keys call here so no matter where Keith Richards is an order is in the world is my life coach is always available to me so I put up the keep call absolute hearing get.

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"steely dan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A techno phase where they wanted to put out some techno music but that didn't work out for them and they wanted like a Steely Dan kind of sound is fine yeah I did fine yeah okay uhhuh what else we have I thank you for asking on Kelsey Ballerini and hold the are going to be doing a a CMT crossroads coming up here real soon so that'll sound cool I bet they're going to be great and I love healthy love this is when they do do acts right they take people from the country world three artists here and they pair them with artists from other genres but then have them perform together on a song not each other he said it's a whole concert okay fun okay so here is and them here's Kelsey and how's he doing holes these graveyard I would have this is really good.

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"steely dan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Later the podcast would be delivered to your house and then you just listen to it and it was it was amazing and I can remember so my favorite podcasts as a kid were cheap trick live it to con right Asia by Steely Dan on Doobie brothers Frampton live that's such a good podcast shadows grow so long before my eyes and they're moving across the page who I love you podcast I know wait what no no that's what I'm talking talking about shut up anyway so it's so funny when I when I first started to record podcasts I couldn't believe that they were still putting them out on tapes and just mailing them to people and I said there has to be a better way that's what I said and that was when we started building what we now call the internet and to watch that small idea I had blossom like this it's humbling and when I said you know people should have internet on their phones everyone said stop it will you're dreaming to pay nobody would hear me out all of these investors just slammed their doors in my face and that's when I started this little company out of my garage that's now called apple feels like a long time ago but can you believe that was only two years ago twenty eighteen I know it's crazy so you can understand how amazing it feels to be here tonight in the light of how far we've come right some of the most authentic storytellers in the world are here from every genre true crime journalism sports looking online betting but now I'd like us all to take a moment of silence and just pay respect to all of our sponsors it's going to be the length of a sixty second ad so get comfortable not a bit full sixty seconds.

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"steely dan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For the twenty twenty I heart podcast awards I'm honored to introduce the show tonight I've I've always wanted to be in podcasts not only because it's one of the fastest growing mediums in the country with more than half the people in the United States having listened to one and nearly one out of three people listen to at least one podcast every month no I've always wanted to be in the podcast business because well growing up I remember the thrill of wind podcasts used to be delivered in those little envelopes to my house and we all remember that you would you pick up a magazine and choose a podcast and call a number in order and then seven to ten days business days later the podcast would be delivered to your house and then you just listen to it and it was it was amazing and I can remember so my favorite podcast as a kid were cheap trick live it to con right Asia by Steely Dan Doobie brothers Frampton lives that's such a good podcast shadows grow so long before and they're moving across the page who I love you way podcast I know wait what no no that's what I'm talking about shut up anyway so it's so funny when I when I first started to record podcasts I couldn't believe that they were still putting them out on tapes and just mailing them to people and I said there has to be a better way that's what I said and that was when we started building what we now call the internet and to watch that small idea I had blossom like this it's humbling and when I said you know people should have internet on their phones everyone said stop it will you're dreaming to pay nobody would hear me out all of these investors just slammed their doors in my face and that's when I started this little company out of my garage it's now called apples.

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"steely dan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on WTVN

"State of California for the twenty twenty I heart podcast awards I'm honored to introduce the show tonight I've I've always wanted to be in podcasts not only because it's one of the fastest growing mediums in the country with more than half the people in the United States having listened to one and nearly one out of three people listen to at least one podcast every month no I've always wanted to be in the podcast business because well growing up I remember the thrill of wind podcast used to be delivered in those little envelopes to my house and we all remember that you would you pick up a magazine and choose a podcast and call a number in order and then seven to ten days business days later the podcast would be delivered to your house and then you just listen to it and it was it was amazing and I can remember so my favorite podcasts as a kid were cheap trick live it to con right Asia by Steely Dan Doobie brothers Frampton lives that's such a good podcast shadows grow so long before and they're moving across the page who I love you podcast I know wait what no no that's what I'm talking talking about shut up anyway so it's so funny when I when I first started to record podcasts I couldn't believe that they were still putting them out on tapes and just mailing them to people and I said there has to be a better way that's what I said and that was when we started building what we now call the internet and to watch that small idea I had blossom like this it's humbling and when I said you know people should have internet on their phones everyone said stop it will you're dreaming to pay nobody would hear me out all of these investors just slam their doors in my face and that's when I started this little company out of my garage it's now called apple.

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"steely dan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"steely dan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm honored to introduce the show tonight I've I've always wanted to be in podcasts not only because it's one of the fastest growing mediums in the country with more than half the people in the United States having listened to one and nearly one out of three people listen to at least one podcast every month no I've always wanted to be in the podcast this is because well growing up I remember the thrill of wind podcasts used to be delivered in those little envelopes to my house and we all remember that you would you pick up a magazine and choose a podcast and call a number in order and then seven to ten days business days later the podcast would be delivered to your house and then you just listen to it and it was it was amazing and I can remember so my favorite podcast as a kid were cheap trick live it to con right Asia by Steely Dan on to be brothers Frampton lives that's such a good podcast shadows grow so long before and they're moving across the page who I love you way podcast I know wait what no no that's what I'm talking talking about shut up anyway so it's so funny.

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Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

The Frame

06:57 min | 3 years ago

Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

"Michael McDonald's voice is perhaps one of the most recognizable in pop music could be due to his hits with the Doobie brothers could also be related to the hip hop artist who sample his records but frame producer Jonathan Shift let has another theory aimed since the mid nineteen seventies MacDonald has performed background vocals on hundreds of recordings by other artists see if you recognize him in this bit from steely Dan movie talk to you hello. This is Michael McDonald. You know that was a kind of an elite group in L._A.. Area that I really always felt very proud to be a part of I got to single awesome pretty great singers Howard you James Ingram Luther Vandross Michael Jackson and I always kind of felt like that was a real feather in my cap to be able to step up to the Mike with those guys and it was also great way for me to get get in the studio in here stuff before it was actually released. It's Kinda like being a fly on the wall background singer back. That's how I got the job of student Davos up working at casuals with some of the guys who were actually playing rhythm section on records and <hes> and singing backgrounds for those guys selling. Another records that they were doing I did Kinda get used to hearing me sing with myself and I realized that there's something to that when the same singers Zinger sings all the parts. There's a certain psych sibling harmony. You're you're probably tighter with yourself in anyone else on the planet it's going to be you know which is what Donald and Walter did with me for the steely Dan track bad sneakers curse you suddenly realize that's kind of sound that you probably wouldn't get any other way but to use the same person singing all the parts and then doubling all the parts so that was really one of the first times I became keenly aware of that sound which some people bowl think of as the Michael McConnell background sound but then on subsequent records toward people were saying well. How did you get that sound? I could say well you know I I did all the parts of myself and double them go. Let's do that we can talk about all those recordings that you run for a long time but I just wanted to fast forward a little bit to some of the more recent collaborations that you've donald sure sounds like grizzly bear to me yeah very unique band grizzly. Grizzly bear <hes> and I I really came out of the blue they contacted me and I had not heard the van but they sent me a track and it just was so fresh and different end is seemingly abandoned was is really trying to exercise a certain kind of musicality Abner Amanda Schone Swim <hes> just did that record not that long ago seemingly <hes> House and Santa Barbara where they had kind of camped set up camp in Amanda her mom was Donna Summer and I met Amanda which is about ten years old is first time matter and all these years later singing on record twitter as my friend Steve Brunner Aka under a great experience. I have to give credit to Kenny loggins on that. One Kenny's <UNK> SON had heard Steve in an interview kind of mentioned myself and Kenny is a couple of his influences. His son you know was a big fan of thunder cat as was my daughter at the time and so his son contacted Kenny. Kennedy and dad you gotTa call this guy and maybe write something with them. You know so Kenny kind of reached out to Steve Steve got back to us and we all got together studio in Ojai California and listened to a bunch of music together together which was great fun and then we decided to write that tuned together <hes> something Steve had already started and so we added are two cents in <hes> Steve went and mixed in general question. What are you looking for? If anything in these kinds of collaborations I think just a chance to find something that strikes match for army and I I look in every direction for that. You know not just new artists in new collaborations with contemporary artists. I still look to the past for a lot of my inspiration laid on the bus last night my headphones on listening losing two hours of Curtis Mayfield. He's just you know some of those groups are just so infectious and so wonderful in his lyrics of course just so stream of consciousness and so poignant you know much like the guys he's like Steve Brunner Anderson and Kendrick Lamar those guys of today they're just kind of breaking new ground and he was definitely unique voice for Modern Soul Patrick one or two Michael McDonald performs at the Hollywood bowl on July thirty first and that's it for this week. The frame is produced by the mighty team of Oscar Garza Darby Maloney Jonathan Shiffling Julia.

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Review: Maroon 5's Super Bowl Halftime Show Clung to Stale Notions of Rock-Stardom

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Review: Maroon 5's Super Bowl Halftime Show Clung to Stale Notions of Rock-Stardom

"As Facebook post today asking people. Okay, did maroon five really sound bad? Or is it that you just don't like maroon five because I'll I'm hard rocker Rockin roller. Guitar driven stuff all the way. And that's not really what maroon five is all about. And a lot of my friends are the same way. And so the or you just biased because you don't like the music, and it was very interesting got a lot of great. I mean, great response is really insightful responses from people if you follow me on Facebook, you can go and check that out for yourself. What I wanna address very quickly today is this whole like polarizing thing. Like if you don't like it, therefore, it sucks. I mean, this is a problem. I think in our society in general with a lot of things. Politics, which I don't talk about politics on talk. But but it just with social situations. Anything that has happened dating life in general people are like, you know, you know, if they don't agree with it, it sucks, if they don't like it, it sucks if they if they like, it must be great. No, it's just the pinion. And there's a great expression opinions are like assholes, everybody has one and they all stink. Okay. So before you get all Twitter about somebody's opinion resolution opinion, you have an opinion too. And we can all we can all agree. We can disagree agreeably. We and it was great. Because if you guys go back and look at that post, everybody need, really, good points and people different. And because it was an open discussion. And when nobody was hating on anybody. We got to pick out little different things about the the. But the performance that I think we're able to actually come out. Out in a way that we could all kind of think about and I want to hit on a couple of little things in in today's rant rook wick first of all it's a Super Bowl guys. All right. It is not like a concert DVD that you ought. Okay. The the whole thing the whole day at that arena is excuse me arena stadium is designed around the teams playing all that stuff. It's not about the halftime show that I just like fifteen minutes matey of stuff that happens, and it's it's really just a side show. So even if you went to concert, right? The bans on the side stage a second stage right wouldn't necessarily be have their shit together as well as on the on the main stage. So you have to keep that. Mommy, look at something like a super historically most Super Bowl performances have been very lackluster few here and there, but keep in mind, you have to take it for what it is. It's a sporting event, not ROY. Concert. Okay. Bands are going to get on there. Somebody vans can deal with it. Really? Well, other bands get you know, little mind blown because monitors aren't right or they're distracted. God only knows what's happening up. There. Looked to me looks like total chaos. Okay. Also, you have to separate the spectacle from the music some people commented that Adam sounded flat. I don't think word flat is really it. I think he sounded tentative through especially the beginning part of it. And again, I think he was just like it was just they were probably they're probably weirded out 'cause thrown on this stage in the middle sparring things something they're not used to. They'd all what the hell's going on? You can make the argument they're getting paid big bucks, and they should be professional Bubba. Bubba. OA seen bands concerts struggle with things like this over the years. And especially something is is unnerved as a frigging Super Bowl is going to blow your freaking mind. I'm not a big maroon five fan. I bought songs about Jane when I come out their first album, and I was kind of oh, the spans could be enough soulful rock band. But they're gonna go into Todo steely Dan direction, and they went to more of a pop disco kind of direction. If you wanna hear a great disco rock band. Jamiroquai did that ten fifteen years before maroon five and a my opinion that way better that is

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