10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Stimulated by the pulse of late-’70s Manhattan, the Stones dove into the city’s musical subcultures and emerged with takes on disco (“Miss You”), punk (“Shattered”), and country (“Far Away Eyes”). Cheekiness is half the fun of Some Girls, but the other half is pure heart, especially the scrappy self-portrait of “Before They Make Me Run” and a twangy barroom cover of The Temptations’ “Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me).” Sexy, scruffy, but radiant, “Beast of Burden” is the centerpiece of an album on which the group’s creative juices just flow.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Stimulated by the pulse of late-’70s Manhattan, the Stones dove into the city’s musical subcultures and emerged with takes on disco (“Miss You”), punk (“Shattered”), and country (“Far Away Eyes”). Cheekiness is half the fun of Some Girls, but the other half is pure heart, especially the scrappy self-portrait of “Before They Make Me Run” and a twangy barroom cover of The Temptations’ “Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me).” Sexy, scruffy, but radiant, “Beast of Burden” is the centerpiece of an album on which the group’s creative juices just flow.

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