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  1. 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. He appeared on their first three albums before leaving the group in 1974.

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  3. steelydanreader.com › 1992/11/01 › the-drummers-of-steely-danThe Drummers of Steely Dan

    1 de nov. de 1992 · Jim Hodder, “percussionist, bronze god, pulse of the rhythm section,” was the original drummer for Steely. Burly, with large hands, Hodder brought a syncopated, pert style to the music. He exemplified “tasty,” a common term then used among musicians to describe one who was creative but not overly flashy.

  4. 9 de mar. de 2024 · Steely Dan's mystery man. Listen to a rare, never-published interview with Jim Hodder, the band's shadowy original drummer. Jake Malooley. Mar 09, 2024. ∙ Paid. Jim Hodder. Upgrade to paid to get full access to every newsletter and support the work that goes into Expanding Dan. Subscribe.

  5. 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.

  6. 8 de jun. de 1990 · POINT ARENA, Calif. — Services are planned Saturday for Jimmy Hodder, a former drummer for the rock group Steely Dan, who drowned in his pool, officials said. He was 42. Mendocino County...

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