Steely Dan: Wembley Arena, London
Chris Ingham, MOJO, November 1996
THEY QUIT TOURING IN '74; broke up in '80. Now the arch hipster auteurs of literate, cynical, smart-ass rock jazz – the creators of some of the most substantial, nourishing sounds of the rock era, the studioholics of the '70s – have looked to their pensions and taken their greatest hits on the road.
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