Steely Dan Co-Founder Walter Becker Dead At 67

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The co-founder of Steely Dan has died, according to his central website.

Walter Becker, who founded a organisation along with Donald Fagen, had apparently been really ill and underwent medicine final month before succumbing during some indicate this weekend. Becker was 67 years old.

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Steely Dan was successful opposite a 1970s with some outrageous hits that were co-written by Becker himself, including Rikki Don’t Lose That Number, Deacon Blues, Kid Charlemagne, Hey Nineteen, and My Old School.

The organisation afterwards had a resurgence in a 1990s with several large albums then, too, including Two Against Nature, that warranted itself 4 Grammys including, impressively, Album of a Year.

Becker was seen as so successful for Steely Dan, and music in general, that he was inducted into a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.

Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and desired ones — rest in peace.

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