Classic album review - Carly Simon album 'No Secrets' from 1972

Night Talk 30/04/2018

Every Monday night after the 10pm news, Mitch Harris is joined in studio by Marty Duda from Kiwi entertainment website The 13th Floor to look back at a classic album.

Tonight: Mitch and Marty check out the 1972 album 'No Secrets' by Carly Simon, which features the worldwide smash hit 'You're So Vain'.

Interesting fact - this album was recorded in 1972 at Trident Studios in London, the same venue for the recording of classic albums including The Beatles' White Album (in 1968), David Bowie's Space Oddity (1969) and Elton John's self-titled album (recorded in 1970).

Tracks played:
The Right Thing to Do
The Carter Family
We Have No Secrets
Embrace Me, You Child
Waited So Long (James Taylor on backing vocals)
Night Owl (Paul and Linda McCartney on backing vocals)
You're So Vain

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