Review #63: Aja, Steely Dan

#63: Aja, Steely Dan

I realized when this album came on that I know next to nothing about Steely Dan. Like, that’s a name I’d heard before, but I couldn’t name a Steely Dan song or what genre they are. So I dove into Aja as a Steely Dan virgin.

A deep dive into their Wikipedia page revealed much. I had NO idea that Steely Dan was a “studio-only” band, at least after 1974. Basically, there…

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