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DOOBIE BROTHERS WERE GREAT. STEELY DAN AVOIDED MANY HITS
Perhaps it was due to the storm delay. I mainly came to see the Doobies anyway and
they were fantastic. However, Steely Dan did not perform: Deacon Blues, Ricky Don't
Lose That Number, FM (No Static at All), Do It Again. Then, we had to sit through jazz
numbers that sounded like intermission at a Broadway play before finally hearing
Reelin' in the Year as an encore. I know there are some die-hard fans that loved
Steely Dan's set. But ticket sales are based on hearing the hits you grew up loving.
That didn't happen. Thanks Doobie Brothers for a great (but too brief) show.
Dave from Evergreen Park, IL from Nashville, Tennessee
STEELY DAN AND THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
My wife and I were in Nashville and caught the Sunday Show. With the rain, the
venue could be a little more generous with starting the music when more fans are
actually in the venue. The entry gauntlet was frustrating. As to the music, I was
pleasantly surprised at how tight the Doobies sounded. They performed a nice crisp
hour set of the nothing but the hits. Much to my surprise, they stole the show.
Donald Fagan and the Band were good when the played, the loss of Walter Becker's
mic work with the fans was what was missing. Donald seemed a little cheesy
especially when he referenced the back-up singers as the Danettes. It was said by
someone else but Donald did have this look and feel of trying to be Ray Charles.
When the band was cooking, it was good, Try to keep the witty bantor to a
minimum, it was not working.
First time seeing the Doobie Brothers and they were awesome and
sounded great! Very disappointed in Steely Dan. This was the third
time seeing them in the past 3 years and they fell totally flat this time
and sounded horrible. We left 50 minutes into their show.
Travelled up from Kissimmee to Jacksonville see two of my favourite groups with my family. We were on holiday from England. Disappointed on two fronts. No Michael McDonald - I was looking forward to hear him singing. Secondly the sound production for Steely Dan was poor. The band are very good with some brilliant musicians, but they were drown out by the bass and drums. The sound guy was on the stage to the side and should have been out front with the audience. Consequently several of the audience got up and left half way through.
Let me start with the ***** rating I give the Doobies. Could not have been better, those
guys are ageless and they brought on the hits and the audience to its feet.
On the other hand, Steely Dan indulged in playing obscure songs sprinkled with a few
hits in between. Mr. Fagen is quite the genius and I am sure he misses Mr. Becker.
Maybe there is a legal reason for the paucity of hits played or maybe he just didn’t want
to. It was a real disappointment to not hear Deacon Blues, Reeling in the Years, Rikki and
many others that I so wanted them to play.
I would love to know from the band if there was an actual reason for this, it would be
more understandable and forgivable.
So excited to see Doobie Brothets and Steely
Dan at Key Arena
Doobie Brothers were pretty amazing.
Steely Dan on the othet hand seemed
confused on what to sing. People come to
see older bands to sing along with the hits.
Yeah that didn't happen. Many people
started leaving by about the fifth song
including us. What songs were they singing?
Doobie Brothers were great! Steeley Dan was
very boring. Played many songs but none of
what the band os famous for. PNC venue was
clean and a nice venue. Our group left before
the concert was over due to SD selection of
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