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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Blues/Jazz and a little funky
    .....and a touch of soft rock too.

    A very unique sound that I have not heard anyone duplicate.
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    ahh, ok, ok. "Do It Again" is an awesome song.

    I will listen to a little of them in the next couple of days, I guess I just wasn't very familiar. I don't listen to classic rock radio, I think half of classic rock is good, half is unbearable.

    The couple of songs I have heard, remind me of Santana a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    ahh, ok, ok. "Do It Again" is an awesome song.

    I will listen to a little of them in the next couple of days, I guess I just wasn't very familiar. I don't listen to classic rock radio, I think half of classic rock is good, half is unbearable.

    The couple of songs I have heard, remind me of Santana a bit.
    Another classic act. Steely Dan weren''t just top notched musicians but musical visionaries. They stood out from the other stuff on the radio at their time. Needless to say, I had all their stuff on LP and converted over to CD, too.

    Don't like southern rock? How about the allman brother when Duane Allman was live? Whipping Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    ahh, ok, ok. "Do It Again" is an awesome song.

    I will listen to a little of them in the next couple of days, I guess I just wasn't very familiar. I don't listen to classic rock radio, I think half of classic rock is good, half is unbearable.

    The couple of songs I have heard, remind me of Santana a bit.
    Interesting. I never thought of that but I can see it

    Check out , Show Biz kids, Hey 19 and My old school. Their lyrics can be super funny. Those 3 songs have that quality for sure.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie6986 View Post
    I loved 'em and still do. Had all their LP's, then discs. Brilliant studio musicians.

    I didn't even know Walter Becker passed away....... Only 67.......
    Their album art was really good.
    The thing that's nuts and quite ironic, is they had been touring a bunch recently and had grown to love it. Fagan said he will continue to tour.




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