For the 61st and final time on Night Talk, Marty Duda of Radio13 joins Mitch Harris to look back at a classic album on the classic album review.
Tonight: The 16th studio album recorded by The Rolling Stones, Some Girls is the band's biggest-selling album in the United States and their only album to be nominated for a Grammy in the Album of the Year category. It features the hits Beast of Burden and Miss You.
1) When the Whip Comes Down
2) Beast of Burden
4) Just My Imagination
5) Far Away Eyes
6) Before They Make Me Run
8) Miss You
Some previous versions of the classic album review:
- 1973 ZZ Top album 'Tres Hombres'
- 1971 T.Rex album 'Electric Warrior'
- 1973 Allman Brothers Band album 'Brothers and Sisters'
- Peter Frampton's 'Frampton Comes Alive!' from 1976
- The Beatles 1968 iconic 'White Album'
- 1971 Jethro Tull album 'Aqualung'
- Elvis Costello debut 'My Aim Is True' from 1977
- Jefferson Airplane's 'Surrealistic Pillow' from 1967
- Music from the Easy Rider soundtrack (1969)
- Willie Nelson's 1978 album 'Stardust'
- The Guess Who live at the Paramount, 1972
- Led Zeppelin's iconic 1971 album 'IV'
- Tina Tuner's 1984 album Private Dancer
- Electric Ladyland by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (1968)
- 1966 Bob Dylan album 'Blonde on Blonde'
- 'Dusty in Memphis' by Dusty Springfield (1969)
- Elvis Presley NBC comeback special from 1968
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