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.
- “Dancing with Mr. D.”
- “100 Years Ago”
- “Coming Down Again”
- “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)”
- “Silver Train”
- “Hide Your Love”
- “Can You Hear the Music”
- “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.
A real goat head in some kind of soup
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.