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My Previous Faculty by Steely Dan, coated breathtakingly by a studiofull of scholars. One of the vital spectacular covers I’ve ever seen.


My Previous Faculty by Steely Dan, coated breathtakingly by a studiofull of scholars. One of the vital spectacular covers I’ve ever seen.



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  1. **OH, HELL, YEAH!**

    Get these kids a song writer and an agent!

    They are fantastic!

    Steely Dan played this *exactly* the same way!

  2. Damn what a great song. They absolutely did a wonderful job with this cover. Steely Dan is such a timeless band.

  3. Excellent performance by all. It is no small feat to pull off such a faithful live performance of a Steely Dan song.

    And such a great song.

  4. Steely Dan is the epitome of boomer music. Counter-culture enough for it to not be associated with do-goody 50’s music, but not offensive or shocking enough to shock any outstanding christian american citizen.

    There’s a fanaticism around this band’s recordings and their quality by people who buy $500 headphones who then use the records to listen to their equipment and jerrk off on ho you can hear every tiny imperfection. Of course any such conversation will inevitably spiral into a boomer at hert talking about how music used to be real and have “soul” and how now anyone can just make song in a computer in a day, how the VU meter in their stereo isn’t pinned through the songs they play and their graphic equalizer is an unmoving wall of lights when playing newer songs because songs have lost all dynamics.

    Fortunate Son, White Rabbit and All Along the Watchtower became symbolic of an era and Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Immigrant Song and The Chain became symbolic of the era after that, but Steely Dan is kind stuck in the middle of both, missing an identity because it’s not jazzy enough for jazz fans, not progressive enough for prog fans and not blues-y enough for blues fans, it just kinda hovers there on the fringe of the genres as a “you might also like” footnote for fans of each genre.

    The songs are pretty good though.

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