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Between 19 the New York-based group had fifteen Top 100 records; with two making the Top 10, "Do It Again" and "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" ...They just missed having four Top 10 records when both "Reeling in the Years" and "Peg" peaked #11.
The song has nothing to do with the Wake Forrest football team.He's playing to an audience and accomplishing his dreams. But if this song is named after Deacon Jones, he was no loser.He was one of the best defensive players in the NFL."This is the night of the expanding man I take one last drag As I approach the stand"He's been practicing the saxophone, and he his first gig at night.He takes a confidence puff before approaching the microphone"I cried when I wrote this song Sue me if I play too long This brother is free I'll be what I want to be"He wrote his first tune and he's so proud of himself. All he wants is to express himself like the other brother (black) saxophonists like John Coltrane who are free in their music."I learned to work the saxophone...."Importantly here, the lyric is now 'I learned'.Although they had a few hits in the early 1970s with pop sounding songs, they longed to play jazz influenced music.
So they are out in California: drinking too much, taking too many drugs, having sex with women they don't care about, and they create their 6th lp - a masterpiece.The song is a TOTAL put down of the indulgent musician life.If you play enough clubs and bars you actually run into a character like this. To Fagen and Becker the Deacon Blues character is a buffoon and a joke.It got its name from Deacon Jones a defensive end for the Chargers(and other teams). On March 26th 1978, "Deacon Blues" by Steely Dan entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #86; ten weeks later on June 4th, 1978 it peaked at #19 and spent 16 weeks on the Top 100...It's interesting how people can make what they think are reasonable assumptions and make things up to explain things. It reached #40 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart...In this song, they are making fun of themselves: jazz was for losers, but we're so cool playing this music, but really our lives are spinning out of control and maybe you'll read in the paper that one of us died by overdosing or because he crashed his car drunk driving - what a loser!