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  1. Years active. 1967–1990. Jim Hodder (December 17, 1947 – June 5, 1990) was an American drummer, best known as an early member of Steely Dan. After leading the Boston -based group The Bead Game, Hodder moved to Los Angeles to join the first lineup of Steely Dan.

  2. Jim Hodder (17 de diciembre de 1947 - 5 de junio de 1990) fue un baterista estadounidense, más conocido como uno de los primeros miembros de Steely Dan. Después de liderar el grupo con sede en Boston The Bead Game, Hodder se mudó a Los Ángeles para unirse a la primera alineación de Steely Dan.

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  5. Band: Steely Dan. Jim Hodder died aged forty-two on 5th June 1990 when he drowned to death in the swimming pool of his Point Arena, California home. Jim Hodder was born in the small Long Island hamlet of Bethpage, New York in 1947.

  6. 27 de abr. de 2017 · But drummer Jim Hodder (who died in 1990) was shocked. Hodder was demoted to backing vocalist, while Jim Gordon (Eric Clapton/Joe Cocker) and teenage hotshot Jeff Porcaro (later of Toto) played the drums on Pretzel Logic. “I understand it now, but I resented it then,” Hodder said in 1985.

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    13 de oct. de 2016 · Hodder acted as the group’s drummer, but was also given occasional lead vocal duties thanks to Fagen’s insecurities as a vocalist. He sang lead on “Dallas”, the A-side on their initial two-song single, and the “Midnite Cruiser” cut on their debut album, Can’t Buy a Thrill.