A playlist to smooth you through your day…

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  • The Sanford Townsend Band- Smoke From A Distant Fire
  • Christopher Cross- Never Be The Same
  • Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina- Nobody But You
  • Toto- Rosanna
  • Michael McDonald- Sweet Freedom
  • Steely Dan- Old School
  • Rupert Holmes- Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
  • America- Magic
  • Christopher Cross- Ride Like The Wind
  • Glenn Fry- Smugglers Blues
  • Hall & Oates- I Can’t Go For That (Live)
  • Orleans- Reach
  • Mike Post Featuring Larry Carlton- Theme From Hill Street Blues
  • Jan Hammer- Theme from Miami Vice
  • Vangelis- Chariots of Fire Titles

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Holy Shit an 11th Episode!! Jimmy Buffett kidnaps and tricks Kenny Loggins into writing a hit single for the movie Footloose, while Michael McDonald and James Ingram help cut him loose with a bunch of machetes. “It’s mellow, not smooth… kinda shitty.”

Yah Mo B There.

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Hall and Oates’ Manager, Gino, tries to convince Kenny Loggins to ditch Messina and go solo.

“Go to the Doobies Mike. Squadle diddle dee!!” – Steely Dan

“Gino gets you everything you need! Fame, Fortune, Fagina!” – John Oates

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Steely Dan will make your day right.

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Steely Dan – FM

November 24th, 2007

Steely Dan brings home the coveted Smooth Award (a.k.a. Grammy) in 1979 for his soundtrack to the Movie FM.

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Warren G kidnaps and samples Micheal MacDonald in the nineties and brings back smooth. Where’s your comeback Loggins??

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Yacht Rock – Episode 6

November 24th, 2007

Daryl Hall takes getting smacked in the nuts like a man.

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Everyone knows it,.. everyone thinks they hear that word, nobody knows really what he is saying but fuck it’s smooth!

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While bassy beats and “gangsta rap” reign king over the urban sounds of downtown Toronto, over in Queen West, a revival of smooth sounds from the likes of Michael McDonald, and Steely Dan emanate out of a subtle and unassuming building. At Czehoski, party-goers arrived in sailor hats, gritty moustaches and souvenirs from Michael McDonald’s world tour. Here, Yacht Rock! found its home, if only until dawn.

Barron, Yacht Rock! correspondent from Toronto writes in:

The party was pretty good despite a snowstorm and freezing rain, and yeah, the music was smooth.

Most of the yacht rockers and marina rockers at the party are pretty serious about the music—one guy has been to three Michael McDonald/Steely Dan shows (I’ve got photos of the souvenir hat he picked up)—but the crowd was a little too quiet when “Hold the Line” came on (who knows).

I’ve heard that these parties are starting-off as monthly events but if turnout remains good, which springtime and summertime should help with, Czehoski will make Yacht Rock! nights weekly affairs (great news)

Keep the fire, Barron. Pictures from the party posted on flickr.

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Timothy B. Schmit has a disappointing lack of mustache, but there’s no lack of smoothness here! Relax as the Eagles gently smooth you.

Edited: Video saved! Thanks Greg99!

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