In celebration of Record Store Day, the "CBS This Morning" team shared their all-time favorite albums.
Erica Hill, co-host of "CBS This Morning," said her favorite album is Adele's "21" (2011).
"Who hasn't fallen under the spell of Adele's haunting, soulful ballads? Who hasn't identified their own heartbreak in one of expertly penned songs? They're great to drive to, sunroof open, sunglasses on, bad singing in full effect, pouring your heart out. Adele and Rihanna are also my go-to tracks for running and spin class - the beat, the lyrics, the strength of the women behind them makes me move like nothing else."
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"CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca said his favorite album is the 1985 album "Barbra Streisand, The Broadway Album."
Streisand is seen here in 1985.
Of "Barbra Streisand, The Broadway Album," Rocca said, "The '80s synth sound is dated. But it's Streisand. Singing Broadway. I played the LP so many times in high school it almost melted."
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John Miller, CBS News senior correspondent, said "Desperado," by the Eagles is his favorite album.
The band members in 1977: Don Henly, drums; Joe Walsh, guitar; Randy Meisner, bass; Glenn Frey, guitar; and Don Felder, guitar.
Miller said of "Desperado," "When I hear it, my entire teenage life comes rushing back."
Chris Licht, Vice President of Programming at CBS News and executive
producer of "CBS This Morning," picked Fleetwood Mac's "Rumors" is his favorite.
Fleetwood Mac: From left, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie,
Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks, in 1976.
Licht said of "Rumors," "Nearly every song on this album is great. Still like it as much as I did when was a teenager."
American singer-songwriter Karla Bonoff's self-titled album is "CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff's favorite.
Woodruff said of choosing Bonoff's album, "Yes, I know, a somewhat sappy chick pick, but come on. This was love, heartbreak, melancholy and soul searching. Karla was all we played in the college dorm when we wanted to feel like wo-men, baby."
Bonoff is seen here in 1977.
Glor called "Tommy," "One of the records I remember playing over and over again on my dad's old system. Brilliant, beautiful rock."
Members of The Who are seen in 1968: Singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon pose for a portrait during a session at Griffith Park in Los Angeles.