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Metal Leg 21 – April 1993

Editor’s Note: From 1987 through 1994, diehard Steely Dan fans turned to a small fanzine called Metal Leg for information about Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. Published first by England’s Brian Sweet (who went on to write the unofficial band biography Steely Dan: Reelin’ In The Years) and later by New Yorkers Pete Fogel and […]

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Steely Dan Founders Get Juices Flowing

By Chicago Tribune For Steely Dan fans, it’s been a drought of biblical proportions: 12 years and counting without any new music from one of the more innovative bands of the 1970s. There have been no albums from either of Steely Dan’s founding members, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, since 1982, when Mr. Fagen released […]

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Steely Dan, Scaggs, Snow Find New Life

By Steve Morse Boston Globe Remember when rock ‘n’ roll used to be such sheer fun that it didn’t matter what clothes you wore, what hairstyle you had, what record label you were on, what video you made, what agency you were with? Or what chameleon image you had this year as opposed to last? Those […]

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Ex-Dan Man Fagen Relaxes for ‘Revue’

By Gary Graff Detroit Free Press When Donald Fagen began popping up a few years ago at assorted New York nightspots, heads turned and ears perked up. As half of the late and lamented ’70s group Steely Dan, Mr. Fagen was hardly what you would call a road rat. In fact, the band had stopped […]

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Donald Fagen: Reeling In The Years

By Rob Steen The Independent LONDON — Not before time, the man who did it again is doing it again. But, after nine years of soundtrack credits and precious little else, muffled is the only way to convey the re-emergence of Donald Fagen, aka Lester The Nightfly from WJAZ, the co-founder of the group Steely Dan, […]

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Return of the Nightfly

By Richard Cromelin Los Angeles Times Donald Fagen is known nearly as much for his reclusive nature as he is for his role in Steely Dan, the cerebral rock duo that combined commercial clout with artistic distinction before dissolving in depression and drug problems at the end of the ’70s. It took Fagen two years […]

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Metal Leg 14 – Fall 1990

Editor’s Note: From 1987 through 1994, diehard Steely Dan fans turned to a small fanzine called Metal Leg for information about Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. Published first by England’s Brian Sweet (who went on to write the unofficial band biography Steely Dan: Reelin’ In The Years) and later by New Yorkers Pete Fogel and […]

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Metal Leg 11 – October 1989

Editor’s Note: From 1987 through 1994, diehard Steely Dan fans turned to a small fanzine called Metal Leg for information about Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. Published first by England’s Brian Sweet (who went on to write the unofficial band biography Steely Dan: Reelin’ In The Years) and later by New Yorkers Pete Fogel and […]

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