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"Baker Street" (1978), by Gerry Rafferty, is his first released song after the lawsuits about the formal separation of the band Stealers Wheel in 1975. Rafferty supposedly was barred from the recording studio for 3 years after the band's breakup, while disputes about the band's remaining contractual recording obligations were being resolved. Named for a famous London thoroughfare, "Baker Street" was featured on City to City, Rafferty's second solo album .