Rolling Stones Celebrate 35th Anniversary of Some Girls In The Studio

The Rolling Stones Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Ian McLagan celebrate the 35th anniversary of their 1978 album "Some Girls" on a special edition of In The Studio.

In The Studio host Redbeard had this to say, "The first time I interviewed Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones it was January 1989. The band had been on hiatus for the last half of the decade, and seeing into the Stones' future was at its murkiest.

When asked at that time which were his personal favorite Rolling Stones albums, Keith replied, 'The body of work from Beggars Banquet up through Exile on Main Street (which includes Let It Bleed and Sticky Fingers ), and Some Girls .'

"With now twenty-five studio albums from which to choose, I wager that assessment of Summer 1978′s Some Girls would place it on any Stones fan's Top Five list, as well. Just look at this tune stack and immediately you see why: flat-out rockers "When the Whip Comes Down', 'Respectable',' Keith's rehab rocker 'Before They Make Me Run', and 'Shattered' ; the huge hits 'Miss You' and the timeless 'Beast of Burden'; and the impeccable cover of the Temptations' 'Just My Imagination'. " Check out the episode here.

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