Walter Becker and Donald Fagen met in college in the late 1960s. Lucky for music fans, the duo would go on to form the band Steely Dan. The combination of Becker and Fagen's wry lyrics with a brilliant fusion of rock, jazz, soul, latin, and pop produced some of classic rock's most enduring music. Songs like "Peg", "Reeling in the Years," and "My Old School" sound as unique and irresistible today as they did in the 1970s. Chicago musician Jay Martini said of Walter Becker, who died Sept. 3, 2017 at the age of 67: "Becker was one of the few guitarists in music history that could use jazz chord voicings as the backbone for rock music structures and weave them into hit singles, and timeless albums. One of the best." We remember the great Walter Becker with our favorite Steely Dan performances.