From 1974, and their incomparable Pretzel Logic album, please enjoy Steely Dan and perhaps the best and most straightforwardly pop thing they ever did (certainly, it remains my favorite of their singles).
By which I mean the haunting "Rikki Don't Lose That Number."
And now from 1964, please enjoy the jazz original from which Messrs. Becker and Fagen -- lifted? appropriated? stole? -- their hit's opening E-octave piano riff.
At this stage in the game, the track's provenance vis a vis Steely Dan isn't really all that obscure any more, but the first time I heard it -- mid-90s, I think, at my local watering hole -- I was easily as taken aback as I'd been hearing yesterday's Bo Diddley riff vis a vis the Stones. In any case, I'm not much of a jazzbo, but I think this is a nifty little piece of music in its own right; I'll bet dollars to donuts that drummer Guy Patterson (aka Tom Everett Scott's character in That Thing You Do!) used to practice to it in his folks appliance store basement all the time.
No Googling, obviously, but a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded the first reader who correctly identifies it.