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Steely Dan on recording new album: "We've been talking"

Steely Dan on recording new album: "We've been talking"

Steely Dan's Donald Fagen and Walter Becker have been speaking about recording a new album.

Interviewed separately by Rolling Stone ahead of the opening show on their 53-date Mood Swings American tour, Fagen discussed the possibility of a new Steely Dan album - which would be their first since 2003's Everything Must Go.

Fagen said: "Yeah. We've been talking. We always talk about it on airplane rides. Usually we forget what we talked about before we do anything about it. But yeah, we actually had a conversation about it the other day, so who knows?"

Becker, meanwhile, when told of Fagen's comments, replied: "Donald, Donald, Donald. Always Donald. Yeah, whatever Donald says, he's right. Yeah."

The interview is available online here.

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