He had a complex way of looking at, and constructing music. There was a true sound, and style, in his work that was unmistakable. It was subtle, it was nuanced. It could be found in every meticulously crafted millisecond of music recorded under the Steely Dan banner.

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He was equally comfortable with a banjo or bagpipe—whatever served the song. His songs and sound may have been rooted in country, but his Top 40 appearances were frequent and memorable. He was a musician first and last.

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