The first Steely Dan live album since 1995's Alive in America, Northeast Corridor was recorded on the group's last tour at venues including New York's Beacon Theater, The Met Philadelphia, and others. (The band's nine-show Beacon residency in 2018 featured themed shows including performances of full albums, a "By Popular Demand" night, and more.) The single-disc set of 12 songs (of course abbreviated from a typical tour setlist) features songs off Can't Buy a Thrill ("Reelin' in the Years"), Countdown to Ecstasy ("Bodhisattva"), Pretzel Logic ("Rikki Don't Lose That Number," "Any Major Dude Will Tell You"), Aja ("Black Cow," "Aja," "Peg"), The Royal Scam ("Kid Charlemagne"), Gaucho ("Hey Nineteen," "Glamour Profession"), and Everything Must Go ("Things I Miss the Most"), plus a cover of "A Man Ain't Supposed to Cry." The Norman Gimbel/Frankie Laine/Irving Reid tune was recorded by Arthur Prysock, Chuck Jackson, and Joe Williams, among others. Northeast Corridor arrives September 24 on CD/digital and October 1 on vinyl.