Edelman: What a Fool Believes He Sees… at Starlight

What a beautiful world it will be.. what a glorious time to be free.

Yeah, the sarcasm can get pretty

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6 Responses to Edelman: What a Fool Believes He Sees… at Starlight

  1. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Pic looks a lot like Mark Edelman. Is it live or is it Photoshop?

  2. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    Smart…thought same thing. I guess I’m smart too.
    Thought that was Guns n Charoses

  3. Anonymous says:

    Cliffy
    Nice writeup, Mark. We came prepared so the wet weather didn’t bother us a bit. Some notes:

    Fagen’s dramatic piano prelude to Greenflower Street with the thunder roaring and the lightning flashing behind the stage was awesome.

    The horn players switching to flutes for Lowdown was a lot of fun.

    Jon Herrington was, as always, great but I didn’t realize Boz was such a good guitarist.

    After the storm break, Boz picked up where he left off in Miss Sun. I wish they had started over again. But … Carolyn Leonhart was wonderful and man, does she look good too! Putting her next to Fagen is definitely the Beauty and the Beast.

    I’ve seen Steely Dan 5 times (KC (’96 at Sandstone?), StL, Denver, West Palm Beach, Minneapolis) and this is the first time Fagen has done any of his solo work (Nightfly). IGY was, indeed, a special moment.

    Dudes working the cocktail booth needed a tent … man did they look wet and miserable.

    What are the chances of an album coming out of this tour similar to New York Rock and Soul Revue?

  4. Anonymous says:

    mark
    Fagen has more hair than I do. And talent. And money.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Duke
    No group is worth sitting in the rain for. Ever!
    I turned down an invite to this last July because I said I thought it would probably rain. 2010 Summer weather has sucked and continues to ruin outdoor events. I just don’t go. I don’t have to learn my lesson more than about twice.

  6. Anonymous says:

    ‘lil hearne
    I’ve never seen Fagen and Edelman in the same room.

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