James VanOsdol

Weekdays, 7 - 11pm

In praise of double albums…

When I first collected vinyl (back when vinyl was simply a music distribution method and not a hipster collectible), I used to love double albums. They looked cooler on the shelf, and gave me a lot more music to tear through. Tonight’s “Night Flight” (at 9 p.m.) highlights some of the best double albums ever. Here are a few you may hear:

Pink Floyd “The Wall”

Fleetwood Mac “Tusk”

Bob Dylan “Blonde on Blonde”

Prince “1999”

The Who “Quadrophenia”

Led Zeppelin “Physical Graffiti”

Elton John “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”

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