Frontier Former Editor

March 22, 2008

In my old school . . .

Filed under: music, old times, Steely Dan — Tags: , , , — Frontier Former Editor @ 12:12 am

the white kids at Jacox Junior High in Norfolk were either listening to Nazareth, Aerosmith, Foghat or Frampton.

I was wearing out the grooves on my copy of “The Royal Scam,” and this track especially:

 

Sometimes I wonder if I should have listened to more ‘fun’ music, and then I remember: This is fun music.

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4 Comments »

  1. Dude, you would so love my band.
    We do a “Green Earrings/Bodhisattva” medley. Coolbeaners
    Great tune, great album.
    ~m

    Comment by ~m — March 22, 2008 @ 7:54 am

  2. Directions to the bar or venue, puh-leeeeeze!

    Comment by Former Frontier Editor — March 22, 2008 @ 7:56 am

  3. Showbiz ‘whiz’ making music for themselves you know they don’t give a f*ck about anybody else..

    I loved them too…and I’m never goin’ back to my old schooooool

    dee dee de dee dee
    waa wa wa waa waa waa

    Comment by Donn — March 22, 2008 @ 6:12 pm

  4. “The Royal Scam.” Credited as Steely Dan’s most cynical and guitar-heavy album. In my mind, the finest work in their catalog, standing on equal footing with Supertramp’s “Crime of The Century” or Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon.” This is really the highest praise which I can offer to an album.

    http://eightrackmind.wordpress.com/2010/07/28/a-band-of-session-players-steely-dans-catalog-p-2/

    Comment by tgoodloe — July 28, 2010 @ 1:51 pm


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