goats head soup
The 13th American studio album, released on August 31, 1973

Next up on Rolling Stones albums turning 50 years old is “Goats Head Soup” a sleeper of an album with a couple of radio hits that are familiar to most rock fans.

Track Listing

  1. “Dancing with Mr. D.”
  2. “100 Years Ago”
  3. “Coming Down Again”
  4. “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)”
  5. “Angie”
  6. “Silver Train”
  7. “Hide Your Love”
  8. “Winter”
  9. “Can You Hear the Music”
  10. “Star Star”

1994 Virgin CD

As with previous two albums I blogged about, I also have the 1994 release of this CD which was a re-creation of the original LP.

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A real goat head in some kind of soup
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Mick, Not Rod

Perhaps the most well known song on this album is “Angie” which I have met several people over the years that thought it was a Rod Stewart song. Then there is “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)” with the horns section providing a bigger sound. And “Hide Your Love” is the most blues song here on this album. Share any of your thoughts on this album in the comments below.