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The Daily Cut: Steely Dan "Deacon Blues"

Steely Dan: “Deacon Blues”


YEAR:  1977

WRITERS:  Walter Becker and Donald Fagen

Peaked at number-19 on the Billboard Hot 100.

There’s a line in Steely Dan’s “Deacon Blues” that goes “They call Alabama the Crimson Tide…call me Deacon Blues.” Bassist Walter Becker, who co-wrote the song, recalls one response he got to those lyrics,  and reveals what happened to it.  69 more words


The Placental Mammal Ancestor

As you may know, I found a answer to my question. But I still wanted to investigate research about mammals. So, when I was asked to comment on scientific publication1, I chose a recent article : The Placental Mammal Ancestor and the Post−K-Pg Radiation of Placentals, by Maureen A. 1,096 more words


January 31

In 1985 I was a young Airman stationed at McChord Air Force Base, just south of Tacoma, WA. The dormitory I lived in was a run down relic on the southwest corner of the base. 476 more words


Colorwind Reviews Aja by Steely Dan–Dime Dancin’

Steely Dan’s Aja doesn’t sound like any of the band’s previous work. It’s true that Donald Fagen and Walter Becker have always worn their Jazz influence on their sleeve but they were also very mindful of what was charting on the Top 40. 688 more words


Analysis of an answer

I think it’s time to sum up.

First of all, my initial question was: Why are there pairs of animals in marsupial and placental mammals?” 771 more words


Communication to the general public : Save the Bilby!

As part of my research project, I was asked to communicate my subject to a broader audience.

At first, it didn’t seem to me that my subject could interest people not interested in Sciences. 853 more words