Walter Becker (b. Feb 20, 1950) created a musical collaboration with Donald Fagen (b. January 10, 1948) when both had been college students at Bard University in the 1960s. These were members of the late release of Jay & the People in america in 1969 and had been sponsored by Kenny Vance of this group, composing and documenting the soundtrack to some low-budget film known as You Gotta Walk It AS IF YOU Chat It (Or You’ll Lose That Defeat) in 1970. Shifting to ABC Information as staff authors in 1971, they created the group Steely Dan, probably one of the most well-known sets of the 1970s. In 1981, Fagen proceeded to go solo and Becker proceeded to go into creation, both part-time. They reunited when Becker created Fagen’s second recording, Kamakiriad, in 1993, and toured as Steely Dan within the summers of 1993 and 1994. Becker released his debut single album, Eleven Songs of Whack, in 1994.