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Steely Dan


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.73 | 180 ratings

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3 stars PRETZEL LOGIC from Steely Dan in 1974, is a good album but it has never been one of my favorites. I prefer AJA and COUNTDOWN TO ECSTACY more. I would tie this with the Gaucho level. Very jazzy and not bad, though. Best tracks are "Rikki", "Any Major Dude", and "Barrytown". The rest do not really thrill me very much. I find this album to not have as much "soul" as other releases, maybe it is too perfectly recorded and played. Not enough human soul, I guess. Whatever, I rarely play this and tend to stick to other albums by Steely Dan.
mohaveman | 3/5 |


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